Savana Cement applies for Ghana limestone permit

Ghana’s quiet mining industry is set to get a boost from Savacem’s move to extend its potential lifespan in the country. Construction is a big industry in underdeveloped parts of Africa – driving demand for cement and its constituent raw materials.

The Savannah Cement has applied to local authorities for a 49.98sq kilometres limestone concession in the Yakombo Forest Reserve in the Central Gonja District of Ghana.

Headquartered in Athi River, near Nairobi, Kenya, Savacem intends to use 2.68km2 of the concession to extract limestone for the production of cement and other products.

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