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Kamoa-Kakula marks first blast

Ivanhoe Mines has commenced twin decline development at its Kamoa-Kakula copper project in the Democratic Republic of Congo, part of the miner’s plan to fast-track the operations, with a recent first blast into the Kakula discovery

Donna Schmidt
Kamoa-Kakula marks first blast

The miner said the Kakula box cut was completed at the Central African Copperbelt site on October 26, and first blast was 10 days ahead of schedule on November 16. The decline is being developed by China-based...

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