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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The Central African Republic government, which recently awarded over one [...]
Belgian consultant Peter Meeus set himself a clear goal for the Kimberley Process (KP) plenary meeting held in Brussels from [...]
A work group tasked to validate the mining code to [...]
Not everyone is willing to accept the Kimberley Process leaders' satisfaction with the progress achieved by the Central African Republic [...]
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In mid-February, the World Bank's board of directors approved a [...]
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. [...]
Turkish equity fund Toya Holding, which recently made its first [...]
A succession of leading names in the mining sector spoke [...]
The International Conference of the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR) has [...]
Central African Republic’s mines minister, Leopold Mboli Fatrane, is to shortly oversee a resumption of diamond exports by CAR when [...]
Just days before the first round of presidential and legislative elections on Dec. 30, a panel of experts on Central [...]
Just as he hoped to kick-start his operations, Mahamat Nour, managing director of Bureau d’achat de diamant en Centrafrique (Badica) [...]
Hardly had the embargo on exports of gems from Central African Republic (CAR) been lifted on June 26, than Angola’s [...]
The German government has put up €5 million towards a [...]
According to government sources in Central African Republic, an embargo [...]
In their latest report to the U.N. Security Council, experts [...]
The United Nations is training its sights at present on the Bureau d’Achat de Diamante en Centrafrique (BADICA) run by [...]
The Central African Republic's mines minister, Joseph Agbo, is seeking [...]
Anti-Balaka militia forces have gained control of Central African Republic's diamond sector amid the collapse of legal trade in the [...]
In early June, the French ambassador in Bangui, Charles Malinas, [...]
In his novel entitled Radioactif and based on the UraMin affair (AMI alert on April 3), Vincent Crouzet based his [...]
Former minister in charge of security and public order under ex-president Michel Djotodia, Noureddine Adam has been activating his connections [...]
Fearing for a while that it could lose its gold [...]
Anxious to re-join the Kimberley Process, the authorities in Central [...]
Like other mining companies in Central African Republic. Axmin Inc [...]
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