- Copper in Africa
Copper is one of the world's most important industrial minerals, and Africa is an important world producer. While output is traditionally dominated by Zambia, South Africa and Katanga Province in the south of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, many African nations contribute to copper production, and many African nations have undeveloped ore resources.
Cobalt, another important industrial metal, is often mined in conjunction with copper.
- Ongopolo Mining and Processing – Matchless Mine Western Extension and Otjihase Mine near Windhoek
- Jinja – Kilembe Mines and Kilembe Smelting Operations currently reopening under A-Tec Mining after 1975 nationalization 
- The Copperbelt
- Copperbelt Province
- Lumwana – Equinox Minerals 
- Luanshya Copper Mine Company – Baluba – Mulyashi copper project 
- Mkushi – African Eagle Resources 
- Zambia Consolidated Copper Mines
- Zambia Copper Investments Limited – Konkola Deep Mining Project – symbol ZCI on the Johannesburg Securities Exchange
- Copper extraction techniques
- List of countries by copper mine production
- Mineral industry of Africa
- Economy of Zambia
- Aluminium in Africa
- Cement in Africa
- Iron ore in Africa
- Platinum in Africa
- Titanium in Africa
- List of deep water ports
- ^ Botswana: African Copper Needs $15 Million to Stay Afloat, AllAfrica, 19 December 2008
- ^ African Business, March 2010, p67
- ^ Base Metals. Mme.gov.na. Retrieved on 2011-05-27.
- ^ Palabora Mining Company – Home. Palabora.co.za. Retrieved on 2011-05-27.
- ^ Rio Tinto Copper Mine, Palabora, South Africa. Mining Technology. Retrieved on 2011-05-27.
- ^ www.miningreview.com | Kilembe copper mines may re-open. Beta.miningreview.com (2008-10-24). Retrieved on 2011-05-27.
- ^ www.miningreview.com | First copper concentrate at Lumwana. Beta.miningreview.com (2008-12-08). Retrieved on 2011-05-27.
- ^ Reuters.com. Africa.reuters.com (2009-02-09). Retrieved on 2011-05-27.
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