Nevsun Resources Ltd

TSX rises on higher oil prices, Jan. 18-22

The Toronto stock market ended in positive territory, as oil prices strengthened and investors considered possible monetary easing by central banks in Europe and Japan. The S&P/TSX Composite Index rose 2.6% to close at 12,389.58. The…

Loading a container with copper concentrate at Nevsun's Bisha copper-gold mine in Eritrea. Credit: Nevsun

Nevsun CEO sees next Flin Flon in Eritrea

VANCOUVER — It’s pretty evident to industry observers that producer Nevsun Resources (TSX: NSU; NYSE-MKT: NSU) is sitting on a veritable cash generator at its Bisha copper-gold operation, 150 km west of Asmara, Eritrea. The company…

The north end of Nevsun's Bisha open-pit copper-gold mine in Eritrea. Credit: Nevsun Resources

Nevsun’s coffers swell as it shifts Bisha to copper

VANCOUVER — In its first full quarter operating Bisha as a copper mine, owner Nevsun Resources (TSX: NSU; NYSE-MKT: NSU) encountered some commissioning challenges, like higher-than-expected grades and a trucking bottleneck that filled the…

The core handling facility at Sunridge Gold's Asmara project in Eritrea. Credit:  Sunridge Gold

Sunridge gets cash and government on board in Eritrea

Sunridge Gold (TSXV: SGC; US-OTC: SGCNF) says it’s the biggest milestone achieved to date at its Asmara copper–zinc–gold project in Eritrea. In one broad stroke the company has cemented its position in the country and…

Grade-control drilling in the Harena pit at Nevsun Resources' Bisha copper-gold mine in Eritrea. Credit: Nevsun Resources

Nevsun meets its 2013 copper guidance at Bisha

The recent switch from producing gold to copper from Nevsun Resources’ (TSX: NSU; NYSE-MKT: NSU) Bisha mine in Eritrea has gone well for the East Africa-focused miner, which reached the top end of its 2013 copper-production guidance.

The past-producing Kombat copper mine in northern Namibia. Credit: Kombat Copper

Kombat Copper hopes to restart copper mine in Namibia

Bill Nielsen appreciates just how lucky he was to discover a large, high-grade volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) deposit in the middle of the Eritrean desert, 150 km west of the country’s capital of Asmara.

Nevsun optimistic about new zone near Bisha

VANCOUVER — Drills probing the Northwest zone, a satellite zone 1.2 km from Nevsun Resources’ (NSU-T, NSU-N) operating Bisha gold mine in Eritrea, are finding high-grade gold, copper and zinc — just not all in the same place.

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