Issue no.455 dated 28/01/2020
Key to the Tanzanian government's strategy to have mining companies return to the country alongside President John Magufuli's nationalist policy (AMI 432), the bidding round for ex-retention licences (RL) confiscated from giants the likes of Barrick Gold Corp and Glencore [...]
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After a busy spell exploring cobalt and copper in DRC via Olympic Exploration for the past few months (AMI 422), [...]
ENRC has filed an application to conduct discovery on Deloitte to show that its former Dechert lawyer leaked confidential information about the firm. [...]
The Australian firm Cardinal Resources needs to drum up $390 million to build its Namdini gold mine and is understood to be in talks with French bank Société Générale. [...]
Manngwe Mining is looking for funds to build a siding from its mine to the railway line out to Maputo and make it easier to export its ore to Asian clients. [...]
During the African Union's African Forum on Mining held in Addis Ababa from November 13 to 15, Liberia's former transport [...]
The Angolan government has awarded the Turkish steel group Tosyali the Cassinga iron ore project that includes the construction of an ore transformation unit. [...]
A subsidiary of the Monegasque group has signed a deal with Conakry to control all barges carrying bauxite on the river. [...]
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While Six Sigma Metals, a junior Australian mining firm of which he is a member of the board, has decided [...]
The two Chinese law firms are working on building up their portfolio of Asian clients looking to invest in African mining. [...]
Felix Tshisekedi's go-to advisor on mining and energy matters, lawyer Michel Eboma Ablavi is tipped to be the Congolese president's [...]
The Lualaba governor Richard Muyej and forces of order have at last managed to quell a general unease within the [...]
While Michel Mboussou was appointed chairman one of Gabon's leading public firms, Societe equatoriale des mines, which oversees the state's [...]
Appointed the new director general of tax for Burkina Faso on June 6, Moumouni Lougue struck straight into making measures [...]
Ever since he has been in charge of investigating a matter of coal at the Essakane gold mine, the state [...]
Winner of the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize for his work to improve the lives of women ( AMI 424), Dr [...]
To further the cause of the populations living near to coal mines in Tete, a local legal support group AAAJC [...]
The group of former Banro Corp shareholders fighting for damages of stock market losses may have lost a first round [...]
The civil unrest in Sudan that led to the ousting of President Omar Al Bashir on April 11 (ION 1496), [...]
In the sweeping Gabonese government reshuffle of March 29, in which Maixent Accrombessi was ousted from his role as President [...]
The board of directors of South African and Tanzanian diamond producer Petra Diamonds seem to be walking on eggshells. Although [...]
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