Issue no.446 dated 17/09/2019
With President Alpha Conde on a diplomatic trip in the United States, the world's investors have their eyes turned to his country's iron ore assets. Sir Mick Davis, the former treasurer of the UK's Conservative Party, took over the helm [...]
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The latest funding round for British mining junior Rainbow Rare [...]
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 [...]
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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 [...]
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