Issue no.441 dated 18/06/2019
The deep reforms Angolan president Joao Lourenco has brought to the country's diamonds trade have sector heavyweights troubled ( AMI 435). Those who had flourished under Jose Eduardo dos Santos' watch have not necessarily turned away from mining altogether but [...]
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A court in Botswana ruled on February 8 that Russian mining group Norilsk Nickel was entitled to open arbitration proceedings [...]
Later today, on 6 February, the Equatorial Guinean minister of mines and hydrocarbons, Gabriel Obiang, will officially issue his country's [...]
Taking place as it is just a few weeks after the election of Felix Tshisekedi as president of Congo-K, the [...]
Before the hundred or so investors gathered at the Zimbabwe Mining Investment Conference held in London on November 26 alongside [...]
On June 14, at the DRC Mining Week, Albert Yuma Mulimbi, chairman of the state-owned Gecamines, announced that several days [...]
Despite the resignation of Mamady Youla's government on 17 May, it looks like the Guinean authorities will shortly confirm that [...]
In a judgment issued on May 15 that Africa Mining Intelligence was able to consult, the Paris court of appeal [...]
Although Groupe Forrest International (GFI) and the Congolese state-owned company Gecamines officially put an end to their dispute over the [...]
As predicted by Africa Mining Intelligence (AMI 405), on 20 February a group of ex-shareholders in the mining company Africo [...]
Even though Sudan remains unstable, the country's mineral resources are increasingly sought after by the mining companies, which are looking [...]
Investors flocked to the forum on mining opportunities in Angola held on February 6, as part of the Investing in [...]
Madagascar's minister of mines, Ying Vah Zafilahy had been scheduled to showcase opportunities in the Malagasy mining sector at the [...]
Private equity fund Och-Ziff Capital Management Group, which accepted in September 2016 to pay a $413 million fine to an [...]
It is the subject on everyone's lips in the wings of the Mines and Money conference, which is being held [...]
With a very sizeable stand and two ministers in attendance, the Zambian government is pulling out all the stops to [...]
As Africa Mining Intelligence had anticipated (AMI nº401), South African firm Shamrock Global Group filed for an emergency arbitration hearing [...]
With two Burkina Faso gold permits already under its belt (AMI388), it looks as though Australian mining junior Mako Gold [...]
According to Alkhaly Yamoussa Bangoura, the mining adviser to Guinean president Alpha Conde, who was interviewed by Africa Mining Intelligence [...]
Since coming into office at the head of Lesotho's mines ministry in June (AMI 398), Keketso Sello has set his [...]
Gold producer Endeavour Mining, headed by French national Sébastien de Montessus, will have to find a new captain to steer [...]
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