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South Boulder Mines to Advance Oceanographic Studies of Anfile Bay Location U.S. Congressman Rohrabacher: Ethiopia MUST Release Andargachew Tsige Ortac: Surface Trenching Completed At Yacob Dewar In Eritrea South Boulder Mines Secures Strategic Chinese Investor for Colluli Potash South Boulder Mines Rapidly Progressing Sulphate of Potash Preliminary Feasibility Study (PFS)
 
South Boulder Mines to Advance Oceanographic Studies of Anfile Bay Location

South Boulder Mines to Advance Oceanographic Studies of Anfile Bay Location

By Proactive Investors, SOUTH Boulder Mines (ASX:STB) has appointed BMT WBM to conduct physical and chemical oceanography baseline studies of the Anfile Bay location, which is currently designated for shiploading from the Colluli Potash Project in Eritrea. BMT WBM is Brisbane based and with African experience in projects involving the Red Sea and associated Oceanographic modelling. […]

South Boulder Mines to Advance Oceanographic Studies of Anfile Bay Location
U.S. Congressman Rohrabacher: Ethiopia MUST Release Andargachew Tsige

U.S. Congressman Rohrabacher: Ethiopia MUST Release Andargachew Tsige

By Dana Rohrabacher (Rep.), REPUBLICAN Dana Rohrabacher on Monday urged Ethiopia’s prime minister to release Andargachew Tsige, a native-born opposition leader with British citizenship who last month was extradicted to the African nation from Yemen under questionable circumstances. In a letter to Prime Minister Hailemarian Desalegn, the California Republican wrote: 

U.S. Congressman Rohrabacher: Ethiopia MUST Release Andargachew Tsige
Ortac: Surface Trenching Completed At Yacob Dewar In Eritrea

Ortac: Surface Trenching Completed At Yacob Dewar In Eritrea

Andiamo holds the 252 sq. km Haykota exploration licence and located only 50 kilometres south west of the Bisha mine. It has several prospects for Volcanogenic Massive Sulphide (VMS) and copper-rich disseminated sulphide mineralisation, with near surface gold enrichment By Sam Unsted, ORTAC Resources Ltd Wednesday said exploration partner Andiamo Exploration has completed the surface […]

Ortac: Surface Trenching Completed At Yacob Dewar In Eritrea
South Boulder Mines Secures Strategic Chinese Investor for Colluli Potash

South Boulder Mines Secures Strategic Chinese Investor for Colluli Potash

By Proactive Investors, SOUTH Boulder Mines (ASX:STB) shares are set to trade higher after the company attracted investment from the Hong Kong based Kam Lung Investment Development Company (KLID). The company will issue to KLID 10 million shares at $0.185 to raise A$1.8 million, which is a 13% premium to STB’s 30 day VWAP. The importance of […]

South Boulder Mines Secures Strategic Chinese Investor for Colluli Potash
South Boulder Mines Rapidly Progressing Sulphate of Potash Preliminary Feasibility Study (PFS)

South Boulder Mines Rapidly Progressing Sulphate of Potash Preliminary Feasibility Study (PFS)

By Proactive Investors, SOUTH Boulder Mines’ (ASX:STB) should open high today after its June 2014 quarterly report showed that the company is by no means standing still. In fact it is quite the opposite – with a large amount of ground having been covered in a short period of time. South Boulder and the Eritrean […]

South Boulder Mines Rapidly Progressing Sulphate of Potash Preliminary Feasibility Study (PFS)
South Boulder Mines to Advance Oceanographic Studies of Anfile Bay Location

South Boulder Mines to Advance Oceanographic Studies of Anfile Bay Location

30 July 2014

By Proactive Investors, SOUTH Boulder Mines (ASX:STB) has appointed BMT WBM to conduct physical and chemical oceanography baseline studies of the Anfile Bay location, which is currently designated for shiploading from the Colluli Potash Project in Eritrea. BMT WBM is Brisbane based and with African experience in projects involving the Red Sea and associated Oceanographic modelling. […]

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U.S. Congressman Rohrabacher: Ethiopia MUST Release Andargachew Tsige

U.S. Congressman Rohrabacher: Ethiopia MUST Release Andargachew Tsige

30 July 2014

By Dana Rohrabacher (Rep.), REPUBLICAN Dana Rohrabacher on Monday urged Ethiopia’s prime minister to release Andargachew Tsige, a native-born opposition leader with British citizenship who last month was extradicted to the African nation from Yemen under questionable circumstances. In a letter to Prime Minister Hailemarian Desalegn, the California Republican wrote: 

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Ortac: Surface Trenching Completed At Yacob Dewar In Eritrea

Ortac: Surface Trenching Completed At Yacob Dewar In Eritrea

30 July 2014

Andiamo holds the 252 sq. km Haykota exploration licence and located only 50 kilometres south west of the Bisha mine. It has several prospects for Volcanogenic Massive Sulphide (VMS) and copper-rich disseminated sulphide mineralisation, with near surface gold enrichment By Sam Unsted, ORTAC Resources Ltd Wednesday said exploration partner Andiamo Exploration has completed the surface […]

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South Boulder Mines Secures Strategic Chinese Investor for Colluli Potash

South Boulder Mines Secures Strategic Chinese Investor for Colluli Potash

30 July 2014

By Proactive Investors, SOUTH Boulder Mines (ASX:STB) shares are set to trade higher after the company attracted investment from the Hong Kong based Kam Lung Investment Development Company (KLID). The company will issue to KLID 10 million shares at $0.185 to raise A$1.8 million, which is a 13% premium to STB’s 30 day VWAP. The importance of […]

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South Boulder Mines Rapidly Progressing Sulphate of Potash Preliminary Feasibility Study (PFS)

South Boulder Mines Rapidly Progressing Sulphate of Potash Preliminary Feasibility Study (PFS)

29 July 2014

By Proactive Investors, SOUTH Boulder Mines’ (ASX:STB) should open high today after its June 2014 quarterly report showed that the company is by no means standing still. In fact it is quite the opposite – with a large amount of ground having been covered in a short period of time. South Boulder and the Eritrean […]

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Petition: Switzerland Should Give Equal Visa Opportunity to Eritrean Riders

Petition: Switzerland Should Give Equal Visa Opportunity to Eritrean Riders

29 July 2014

By Seble Ephrem, ERITREA’s passion for cycling is not news to those that have any inkling on the country’s history. In recent years a rising number of riders are being acknowledged for their professionalism, albeit reluctantly in many cases. Only a few days ago Jock Boyer, the first American who participated in the Tour de France […]

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ERITREA: A Gateway to Africa

ERITREA: A Gateway to Africa

29 July 2014

By Yosef Tesfasilase, ERITREA is located on the Horn of Africa (North East Africa), and borders with Ethiopia on the south, Djibouti on the south-east, Sudan on the north-west, and Red Sea on the north along with Dahlak Archipelago and other small islands. Eritrea, with a land area of about 125.000 km2, is roughly the size […]

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Oromo Nationalism on the Rise in Ethiopia

Oromo Nationalism on the Rise in Ethiopia

29 July 2014

Protests and online activism in recent months have brought a resurgence of ethnic Oromo nationalism in Ethiopia. By William Davison (Aljazeera), ASLAN Hasan, a student belonging to the Oromo ethnic group in Ethiopia, was called either a guilt-ridden terrorist who committed suicide or an innocent victim of brutal state repression, depending on who you listen […]

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Feeling Enriched in Eritrea (Interview)

Feeling Enriched in Eritrea (Interview)

29 July 2014

By Seble Ephrem, AT a time when many Eritreans are choosing to leave Eritrea for ‘greener pastures’ Shanet Zeru is one of many other young people who has decided to return from the land of ‘milk and honey’. Here follows excerpt of the exclusive interview she made with Seble Ephrem in Asmara two weeks ago. 

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Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner at the 2014 U.S-Africa Leaders Summit?

Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner at the 2014 U.S-Africa Leaders Summit?

28 July 2014

By Alemayehu G. Mariam, THE  African Circus is coming to town. It is officially called “U.S-Africa Leadership Summit” (not Ringling African Brothers). It is scheduled to be held on August 5-6 in Washington D.C. The theme of the “Summit” is “Investing in the Next Generation”. According to the pre-Summit hype, in the first ever “U.S.-Africa […]

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Ethiopia Denies Alleged South Sudan Rebels Support

Ethiopia Denies Alleged South Sudan Rebels Support

28 July 2014

By Sudan Tribune, THE Ethiopian government on Sunday dismissed allegations that it was providing support to opposition forces led by South Sudanese former vice-president Riek Machar. Last week, Gordon Buay, an unofficial South Sudan army (SPLA) spokesperson claimed Addis Ababa was allegedly providing medical treatment to wounded opposition fighters in its Gambela region. 

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Boyer Rates Eritrea The Strongest Cycling Nation in Africa

Boyer Rates Eritrea The Strongest Cycling Nation in Africa

28 July 2014

By RFI, NO black African cyclist has ever taken part in the Tour de France. The most prestigous cycling event in the world ended in Paris on Sunday, and Team Africa Rising hopes to bring an African team to the Tour in the near future. Team Africa Rising wants to be the first hundred percent African […]

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Four Ethiopian Track Team Members Abscond in USA

Four Ethiopian Track Team Members Abscond in USA

28 July 2014

By Wendy Owen, FOUR members of an Ethiopian track team were reported missing Saturday morning in Eugene where they competed in the IAAF World Junior Championships. “The individuals left campus ahead of the rest of the team,” said Julie Brown, University of Oregon spokeswoman. The Ethiopian region is under intense political upheaval, and athletes seeking asylum […]

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Seeking the Truth Amidst the Clouds of Disinformation

Seeking the Truth Amidst the Clouds of Disinformation

27 July 2014

By Hillal, WE are living in an information age. Information is power and should be pursued diligently. But, with the Think Tanks and the media becoming serial liars getting the truth amidst the clouds of dis/misinformation is easier said than done. Eritreans had to endure the brutality and humiliation of the Turkish, Egyptian, Italian, British and […]

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