The Government has threatened to repossess the Nkana copper slug heap in Kitwe from Chambishi Metals, a subsidiary of China Non-Ferrous Metal Industry Foreign Engineering and Construction Company Limited, following delays by the miner to develop the structure, Zambia's Mines, energy and water development deputy Richard Musukwa says. The Government had given Chambishi Metals ample …
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Chambishi Metals Plc is involved in the mining, refining and tolling of cobalt and copper. As part of the privatisation process of Zambia Consolidated Copper Mines Limited ("ZCCM Ltd"), Anglovaal Mining Limited ("Anglovaal") acquired the Chambishi cobalt and acid plants and the Nkana slag dumps in 1998.
Chambishi Metals Plc was part of the Luanshya Copper Mines (LCM), which also operated the Baluba copper mine. Before shutting down, Chambishi had planned to spend $354-million to develop the Mulyashi copper project, forecast to produce 60 000 t of copper cathode by 2010.
The world's 20 largest copper mines produce nearly 9 million metric tons of the precious metal a year, about 40 percent of the world's total copper mine capacity. Chile and Peru, alone, account for about half of the copper mines on this list, but the U.S. does make the cut, with two mines among the top 20.