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Nikirush Mining Group Limited
is an international mineral dealership. We sell African minerals specimens and we also stock minerals from international localities.

Africa is the world's second-largest and second most-populous continent, after Asia and produces more than 60 metal and mineral products and is a major producer of several of the world’s most important minerals and metals including Gold, PGE’s, Diamonds, Uranium, Manganese, Chromium, Nickel, Bauxite and Cobalt.

Although under explored, Africa hosts about 30% of the planet's mineral reserves, including 40% of gold, 60% cobalt and 90% of the world's PGM reserves - making it a truly strategic producer of these precious metals.
 
Nikirush Mining Group Limited focuses on the procurement and sale of Africa Diamonds and Gold mostly in raw form. We have interests and links with a number of East and Central Africa mines and are, therefore in a position to deliver agreed quantities within set time lines. Among the countries where we source our diamonds are: -

     
 

Interest in Uganda’s mineral potential has been increasing substantially since the country has made efforts to improve its mining and investment code. The mining industry in Uganda reached a peak in the 1950's when mining accounted for up to 30% of the country's exports. Revenues from mining increased 48% between 1995 and 1997. Uganda mineral potential remains untested due to very little exploration to date - the country has the potential to host gold, tantalite, copper and cobalt potential. Click Here For Details.........

  Uganda  

     
 

Kenya's mining industry is dominated by production of non-metallic minerals encompassing industrial minerals such as soda ash, fluorspar, kaolin and some gemstones. Mining accounts for a very small part of Kenya’s annual GDP. Gold is produced primarily by artisanal workers in the west and south western parts of the country, on several small greenstone belts. Iron ore is mined from small localised deposits for use in the domestic manufacture of cement. Click Here For Details .........................

 

  Kenya  

   
 

The mineral sector in Tanzania includes both small–scale operations and large-scale mechanised mining dominated by nine major mines: seven for gold and one each for diamonds and tanzanite. In 2016 gold accounted for 94% of the value of Tanzania’s mineral exports. Tanzanian soil also contains iron ore, base metals, uranium and gemstones. Click Here For Details.............

 

  Tanzania  

     
 

Rwanda’s mineral exports have increased over the past few years, with the sector emerging as a major foreign exchange earner with even much brighter prospects. The key minerals currently being mined and traded in Rwanda are Casseterite (tin), Coltan (niobo-tantalite), Wolframite (tungsten), beryl, amblygonite, monazite, gold etc. Mining sector contributes substantially to the exports from Rwanda. Click Here For Details ..............

  Rwanda  

     
 

Burundi is a producer of columbium (niobium) and tantalum ore, tin ore, and tungsten ore, and some deposits of gold which are designated for export. Burundi has resources of copper, cobalt, nickel, feldspar, phosphate rock, quartzite, and rare reserves of uranium, and vanadium.[1] The country is also a producer of limestone, peat, sand and gravel for domestic consumption and as building materials. As of 2005, manufacturing accounted for 8% of the country's gross domestic product. Click Here For Details ...

  Burundi  

     
 

The Democratic Republic of the Congo's (DRC) mining sector presents a high-risk high-return opportunity. The country has a unique position with substantial untapped gold, cobalt and high-grade copper reserves, but equally significant are the political and security risks accentuated by a lack of robust infrastructure. In the soil of the Democratic Republic of Congo lies extensive mineral wealth. DRC is among the world’s largest producers of cobalt, copper, diamonds, tantalum and tin, as well as several other minerals. Click Here For Details......

  Congo  

     
 

Zambia is internationally recognized as a major producer of copper and cobalt; in 1966 it ranked as the world's seventh largest producer of copper, generating 3.8% of the western world's production, and the world's second highest producer of cobalt (21.8%) behind the leading producer, D. R. Congo which sources its Cu-Co ore from the strike-extension of Zambia's Copperbelt mineralization. Click Here For Details .....

 

  Zambia  

     
 

Dubai is located on the Eastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula, in the south west corner of the Arabian Gulf. It is extremely well known for its warm hospitality and rich cultural heritage. the mines you will find in Dubai include coal, iron ore, gold, nickel, bauxite, phosphate and copper. Click Here For Details ......

 

 

 

  Dubai