Alphamin Resources, which mines tin in the northeastern Democratic Republic of Congo, has lowered its guidance for the final quarter of 2023 and pushed back the commissioning of a plant amid ongoing heavy rains in that country.

“Historically, the months of December, January and February are relatively dry from a rainfall perspective,” the company, valued at about R15.7bn on the JSE, said on Wednesday...

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