Issue no.452 dated 10/12/2019
Angolan President João Lourenço has been working hard to convince foreign firms to invest in the country's diamond sector (AMI 451) but also its copper assets and his efforts are beginning to pay off. The London and Johannesburg-based mining giant [...]
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The Togolese government is recruiting a consultant to draw up [...]
Australia-based Northshore Capital Advisors has been helping battery metals explorers Black Rock Mining and Birimian draw up their budgets and financial plans. [...]
Behind doors, Togo's minister of energy and mines, Marc Dederiwe Abli-Bidamon, is no longer trying to hide his frustration with [...]
Backed into arbitration against its supplier, Swedish engineering group Sandvik, Togo's public firm Societe nouvelle des phosphates du Togo (SNPT) [...]
Societe nouvelle des phosphates du Togo (SNPT) workers have decided [...]
Two years after being formed first from the ashes of the Office Togolais des Phosphates, then of the subsidiary International [...]
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