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African Minerals and Geosciences Centre
Minerals For Development
|Training courses are offered by the Centre, scheduled or upon request tailor-made, on different topics related to the mineral industry. Some of the course modules are developed internally and others are developed based on requests from customers.
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CALL FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) IN ESTABLISHMENT OF SMALL TO MEDIUM SCALE PRECIOUS METALS SMELTER AND REFINERY FACILITIY
The African Minerals and Geosciences Centre (AMGC), formerly known as the Southern and Eastern African Mineral Centre (SEAMIC), which is based in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, is an Intergovernmental Organization registered in Tanzania under the Third Schedule of the Diplomatic and Consular Immunities and Privileges Act. AMGC is established in 1977 and works under the umbrella of both the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) and African Union Commission for Trade and Industry including Mining (AUC) to implement technically on ground the African Mining Vision (AMV) endorsed by the African Heads of States
The Centre has eight founder States which include Angola, Comoros, Ethiopia, Kenya, Mozambique, the Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda. AMGC is open to all other African countries which automatically become contracting member States after finalising some document arrangements.
AMGC is a Pan-African Centre of Excellence providing mineral services to support the mining industry in Africa. Its activities has been focused on capacity building, consultancy, and analytical services for minerals through geoscience information and modern laboratory facilities. Currently the Centre is involved in positive reforms on Artisanal-Small Scale Mining (ASM) sector in Tanzania to achieve productive-profitable business, environment-friendly gold processing on use of mercury, support by providing safe-simple technology working tools to share product. Among the analytical service, AMGC has been providing fire assay analysis of gold and other precious metals and is planning to expand this facility to a complete smelting and refinery service for all precious metals.
During its 37th meeting of the AMGC’s Governing Council in September 2017 which was held in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, the Governing Council approved the establishment of a precious metals smelter-refinery plant in partnership with a private sector. In order to realise this vision, AMGC requires partnership with institutions with both technical and financial capability to support this venture. AMGC is welcoming competent companies to express their interest of investing in technology for a joint venture partnership to establish a state of art small-medium scale precious metals smelter and refinery plant at its premises in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania which can smelt and refine gold and other precious metals products from the artisanal and small-scale miners in Tanzania at initial stage, and could be expanded as demand permits.
The proposal of the expression of interest may include but not limited to the following: Sound financial and technical capability;
Deadline for submission of the EOI will be on 1st May, 2018 at 1530hrs.
Interested companies may submit their proposal on or before the set deadline addressed to:
AFRICAN MINERALS AND GEOSCIENCES CENTRE (AMGC),
Kunduchi Beach Area,
P.O. Box 9573,
Dar es Salaam-Tanzania
Tel/Fax: +255 222650319
Tel: +255 222650321/47
Mob: +255 789923485, +255 713758565
Following on from the tremendous success of SIMFE 2016 & 2017, the Ministry of Minerals of Sudan invites you all to join us in 2018 at Khartoum, Sudan for the 3rd Annual "Sudan International Mining Business Forum & Exhibition" (SIMFE 2018) on 26/27/28 March 2018.
Under the Patronage of His Excellency the Minister of Minerals, Professor Hashim Ali Salim, SIMFE 2018 is the continuation of the Global Initiative which will once again provide an excellent networking platform for Global Mining Companies, Service Providers, Equipment Companies and Investors through which interested parties will be informed about opportunities and developments in the mining sector.
Uganda Chamber of Mines & Petroleum (UCMP) invites you for the upcoming Oil and Gas Convention scheduled for 25th – 26th April 2018 at Kampala Serena Hotel. The event is organized under the theme “Regional collaboration for first Oil 2020”. For more information please contact Dan Ronic Gonza +256706753511.
|Official opening ceremony of the ACP-EU Development Minerals Programme focus countries training workshop on Geodata Digitization Mapping of Development Minerals, which is currently conducted by the African Minerals & Geosciences Center (AMGC) in Lusaka, Zambia. The opening ceremony was attended by the Director General of the Zambian Geological Survey Mr. Chipilauka Mukofu. 18 participants are attending the workshops, from various sectors such as the geological survey, the Academia, private sectors and miners. The workshops is taking place at the University of Zambia (UNZA) School of Mines as from the 20th Nov to 1st of Dec 2017. The workshop is facilitated by Mr. Mesfin Gebremichael and Kamina Chororoka the experts from the AMGC, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania