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South Africa's QGC Secures $1 Billion for Push Into Green Metals – Bloomberg

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The Arcadia Lithium mine in Goromonzi, Zimbabwe.
Q Global Commodities, owned and run by South African coal investor Quinton Van der Burgh, has agreed a partnership with Abu Dhabi’s F9 Capital Management to invest $1 billion in mines producing green metals.
The venture plans to develop deposits of metals such as lithium, copper and nickel in southern and eastern Africa, the companies said in a statement. An energy transition fund run by F9 will hold a 30% stake in the assets.

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