BHP Group has made firm commitments to invest US$100 million in the Kabanga Nickel project. BHP has not been active in Africa following its spun-off South32 in 2015. Kabanga expects to begin production in 2025, aiming for a minimum output of 40,000 tonnes of nickel.
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