Issue no.443 dated 16/07/2019
Not wanting to have infrastructure costs cut into the profitability of their Guinean iron ore deposit Simandou, Australian mining giant Rio Tinto and China's Chinalco are in talks to sell the site's first output to steel giant ArcelorMittal. The multinational [...]
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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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