Ethiopia could be sitting on one of world’s great untapped gold deposits
To the west of Ethiopia near the Sudanese border lies a place called the Asosa zone. This may be the location of the oldest gold mine in the world. Dating back some 6,000 years, it provided a key source of gold to the ancient Egyptian empire, whose great wealth was famous throughout the known world.…
Demand for gold plunges after Trump win
Global gold demand fell 18 percent in the first quarter from a year earlier as US investors abandoned the precious metal after Donald Trump's election win, industry figures showed Thursday.
Gold becomes investors’ favourite safe haven with Trump uncertainty
Some of Wall Street’s largest fund managers have taken a contrarian bet on gold, wagering that U.S. President Donald Trump’s governing style and upcoming elections in Europe will combine to
Coal in commercial quantity discovered in Sokoto
The governor described the discovery as a major boost to Federal Government efforts at diversifying the country’s economy.
Gold bull market steadies after worst slump in three years
After the biggest swoon in gold futures prices in almost three years, the market steadied.
Gold hits lowest level since Brexit vote
Gold sank Tuesday to the lowest level since the shock Brexit referendum result, taking its cue from the strong dollar -- which climbed on the prospect of rising US interest rates.
Gold rally revives scrap recycling
The surprising rebound in gold prices this year has given new life to unwanted jewellery, coins and trinkets -- in the melting pot.
The Superstition Mountain
The Superstition Mountain is a city located east of the Phoenix metropolitan area in Arizona. It anchors the west end of the Superstition Wilderness. Although its precise origin is debated by geologists, many believe that the mountain was formed from volcanic activity as far back as 25 million years ago. The ash and basalt composed…