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Equinox hits hurdles over Lumwana mine

Equinox Minerals has hit a hurdle with its offtake partners over its Lumwana copper mine in Zambia as it puts its uranium project on the backburner and prepares for a court hearing over power supply.

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Mali
I'M CONVINCED THAT LUMWANA MINE WILL NOT SUCCEED 1. THE DICTATORIAL POLICY BEING IMPLEMENTED BY THE GM WILL DEMORALISE THE ZAMBIAN WORKFORCE 2. THE EMPLOYMENT OF EXPATRIATE METALLURGICAL STAFF WAS BASED ON FRIENDSHIP TO THE AUSTRALIAN PROCESS MANAGER. HE IGNORED EXPATS WHO UNDERSTOOD THE ZAMBIAN PSYCHE 3. LOGISTICS WILL SOON TAKE ITS TOLL, ONCE THE HONEYMOON IS OVER 4. FIRST QUANTUM WILL REALISE THE MISTAKE THAY MADE TO SHORE UP THIS MINE.....then it will fall apart at the seam. it is currently capitalising on the First Quantum seal of approval!!!

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