Anvil Mining Limited

Busy Indaba showcases African mining industry

Cape Town, South Africa — The 10th annual Indaba 2005 was a hive of activity with representatives from major and junior companies, government, media and service supply companies exchanging informatio…

Anvil Mining set for rebound

Anvil Mining (AVM-T) reported net earnings of US$876,000 for the six months ended Dec. 31, 2004.This was accompli…

Anvil boosts Mutoshi (January 24, 2005)

Due diligence work by Anvil Mining (AVM-T) indicates that the Kulumaziba coarse tailings deposit on the Mutoshi copper-cobalt project in the Kolwezi region of the Democratic Republic of Congo is higher in grade than previously t…

Winter chill sparks uranium miners

The Toronto Stock Exchange gained 112.07 points, or 1.2%, to end the Jan. 12-18 report period at 9,134.77. The diversified miners helped lead the way with a 9.11-point rise to 261.01, but it was the real estate sector, with a late surge, that stol…

Mining equities fall to earth

The mining sector took a beating over the report period Oct. 13-19, even as the broader market settled only slightly. The TSX composite index fell 65.33 points to 8,720.53.

Anvil returns to Dikulushi

Perth, Australia-based Anvil Mining (AVM-T) is moving personnel back to its Dikulushi copper-silver mine in the Dem…

The open pit at Anvil Mining's newly expanded Dikulushi copper- silver mine in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Anvil expands Dikulushi copper-silver mine

Anvil Mining (AVM-T) has commissioned a 350,000-tonne-per-year ball mill and flotation circuit at its small but highly profitable Dikulushi copper-silver mine in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Dikulushi serves up deep grades in Congo

High-grade intersections encountered at the Dikulushi copper mine in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo indicate the mineralized zone may extend to a depth of at least 300 metres.

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