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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Criticised in Congo-K for its high prices, the mineral certification body has cut its levy rates - for the moment. [...]
While the Public Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals Trade (PPA) [...]
A work group tasked to validate the mining code to [...]
While American President Donald Trump is aware of the limits [...]
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German industrial firm ThyssenKrupp's deal with British concern Rainbow Rare Earths (RRE) to purchase the latter's rare earths production in [...]
The World Bank has decided to step in to appease souring relations between the Bujumbura authorities and Burundian rare earths [...]
Burundian anticorruption watchdog Observatoire de la lutte contre la corruption [...]
Tanzania will extend its railway line connecting Dar es Salaam and Isaka to reach Kigali, offering an unhoped-for opening for Rwandan and Burundian miners. [...]
To change its image among the foreign miners and to try to attract them to the country, the ministry of [...]
The rare earths explorer Rainbow Rare Earths (RRE) and its [...]
Tanganyika Gold, a firm owned by Lebanese national Jean Jbeilli, didn’t spare the least effort to win a license to [...]
The International Conference of the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR) has [...]
Kermas, a firm owned by Croatian businessman Danko Koncar, has changed tack to counter the drop in the price of [...]
A firm headed by Lebanese national Jean Jbelli and named [...]
The opposition in Burundi wants current mining contracts to be modified. Leonard Nyangoma, chairman of the CNARED coalition (it stands [...]
Six Burundi-based companies and a Tunisian firm responded to a [...]
The German government has put up €5 million towards a [...]
Rainbow Rare Earths (RRE) is going to start a series [...]
Adonis Pouroulis is keeping a close eye on protests over [...]
Burundi Mining Metallurgy (BMM), a 91% owned affiliate of the Kermas firm that is, in turn, owned by Croatian-born businessman [...]
Burundi's Observatoire de la Lutte Contre la Corruption et les [...]
Mining companies operating in Burundi like Flemish Investment Burundi, Rainbow International and Burundi Mining Metallurgy can breathe a sigh of [...]
The Burundi Mining Metallurgy (BMM) concern, a subsidiary of Kermas owned businessman Danko Koncar, is seeking to reduce its exposure [...]
Bujumbura is in the process of adopting new mining legislation [...]
The Lebanese concern Etablissements Jean Jbeili has made a major breakthrough in Burundi’s mining industry. The firm owned by Jbeili, [...]
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