Earlier this month First Quantum Minerals (FQM) announced a mammoth US$1.35 billion package of new projects, with US$1.25 billion to be invested in expansion of our Kansanshi operations in Solwezi – known as the ‘S3’ project – and a...
The North-Western Province Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NWPCCI) has welcomed First Quantum Minerals’ US$1.35 billion investment package in two new projects in the province, and says its members are ready to capitalise on the opportunities.
Young Zambian cyclist Gift Puteho has been featured in a leading US sports film, which captures his enchanting story of hope and ambition. The Kansanshi Cycling Team star was chosen by US sports media company Teton Gravity Research (TGR) to...
Completing the just ended 2021/22 season in 7th place on the MTN/FAZ Super Division table, freshly promoted side Kansanshi Dynamos Football Club marked a brilliant conclusion to the otherwise challenging football season with an end-of-season award ceremony.
US Under Secretary of State for Economic Growth, Energy, and the Environment Jose W. Fernandez has lauded First Quantum Minerals (FQM) for its US$1.35 billion investment in Zambia.
In its quest to ensure the availability of critical skills within the business, First Quantum Minerals through its subsidiary FQM Trident Limited has trained 15 of its local staff in metallurgical engineering at the University of Zambia.
Kansanshi Minjng this weekend sponsored the first ever Kansanshi Visual Arts Exhibition hosted at Sentinel Kabitaka School hall in Solwezi. The aim of the event was to raise awareness and funds towards the fight against gender-based violence.
Renewed confidence in Zambia’s investment climate has prompted the nation’s largest copper miner to unveil a trailblazing US$1.35 billion package of new projects.
First Quantum Minerals (FQM), which operates the Kansanshi and Sentinel mines in North-Western Province, has been ranked the sixth largest copper producer in the world.