Mining Concession Granted25-Aug-2013

Minas de Revuboè was granted Mining Concession 4064C on 1 April 2013 for its coking..

Office move08-Mar-2013

We have moved! Our office is now located at: Rua Beijo da Mulata (n. 276) Maputo, M..

Mozambique's Transport Minister visits Kimitsu Works07-Feb-2013

On 5 February 2013, Paulo Francisco Zucula, Minister of Transportation and Communication of..

POSCO visit to Tete28-Nov-2012

Representatives from Minas de Revuboè’s shareholder, POSCO, travelled to Tete to vi..

3rd Coaltrans Mozambique26-Nov-2012

Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation at the 3rd Coaltrans Yasushi A..

Approval of the EIA 04-Oct-2012

On 4 September 2012, Minas de Revuboè received approval from the Ministry for the Coordin..

International Children's Day13-Jun-2012

In Mozambique, International Children’s Day is celebrated on 1 June. In Tete we helped cel..

MME Conference 201213-Jun-2012

Minas de Revuboè was proud to participate at the Mozambique Mining and Energy Conference ..

Presidential Visit to Tete17-May-2012

Minas de Revuboè was pleased to be involved in the visit to Tete Province by his Excellen..

Mozambique Coal Conference 201112-Jul-2011

Revuboè was well represented at the recent IMM Coal Conference in Maputo by the company's own..


Mozambique's Transport Minister visits Kimitsu Works


On 5 February 2013, Paulo Francisco Zucula, Minister of Transportation and Communication of Mozambique, visited Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation's Kimitsu Works in Japan.

Coal from Mozambique's Tete Province is anticipated as a major source of high quality coking coal for the steel industry and the provision of rail and port infrastructure is a vital element in the development of the coal industry. As Mozambique's minister responsible for infrastructure, Minister Zucula inspected one of Japan's major steelworks to gain a firsthand appreciation of the steel industry and the use of coal. 

The Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Group Company holds a 33.3% interest in Minas de Revuboè in the Mozambican Province of Tete. Minas de Revuboè has applied for a mining concession to develop the resource which is planned to produce around 5 million tonnes annually.  

Mozambique Transportation and Communication Minister, Paulo Francisco Zucula, inspecting Kimitsu Works



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