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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After narrowly missing out on the Cameroonian rutile project Akonolinga in 2016, the British firm BWA Group is back in [...]
Wanting to catch the wave of surging demand for battery [...]
Cameroonian company SteelCam has hired the French consultancy headed by [...]
For the past few weeks, British audit firm Moore Stephens's environmental and social sustainability service has been working on the [...]
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To ensure the success of its new strategy, which focuses on gold exploration in Senegal and Cameroon, the London-based junior [...]
A work group tasked to validate the mining code to [...]
Cameroon is also feeling the effects of the current craze [...]
The current cobalt boom is encouraging investors from other sectors to jump into projects anywhere a trace of the metal [...]
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. [...]
Cameroonian entrepreneur Gisele Ndanga Ndinga, wife of Badel Ndanga Ndinga, senator in Yaounde and previous mines minister from 2007 and [...]
With the view that it will be easier for the [...]
Young Cameroonian financial consultant Alexandre Mbiam, who previously worked for [...]
In June, Emirati mining investment firm Clima Dubai Gold, headed [...]
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) expects to implement its [...]
Economist Eugene Nyambal has been struck another blow in his legal fight against the IMF’s funding of the Geovic mine project in Cameroon. [...]
Confronted with the drop in the oil price, like all his counterparts in the Gulf of Guinea, Cameroon's highly-secretive president, Paul Biya, is trying to both court mining operators on one hand and butter up international institutions that regulate the [. [...]
No sooner had it picked up three exploration licenses in [...]
The International Conference of the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR) has [...]
Under investigation by the federal police in Australia about its ties with several figures close to Congo-B’s mines minister Pierre [...]
The French firm Lefevre Pelletier & Associes (LPA) has planted [...]
Like Kogi Iron has done in Nigeria (AMI 358), West African Minerals Corp (WAFM) is thinking of developing a local, [...]
Coordinator of Cameroon’s Small-scale Mining Support and Promotion Framework Unit (Capam), Jean Marcel Essomba has noted a very sharp improvement [...]
Britain’s high commissioner in Yaounde, Brian Olley, and his staff [...]
The owners of convertible bonds issued by Sundance Resources, namely [...]
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