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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Extra time has been given to the employees accusing Nevsun of forced labour after its request for key documents to be submitted. [...]
The likelihood of the Anfile Bay port being built grows every day as relations continue to improve between Eritrea and Ethiopia. This would slash the cost of evacuating potash output in both countries. [...]
To plot a safe course through Asmara's changing geopolitical landscape [...]
Canada's British Columbia Supreme Court Justice Patrice Abrioux issued a [...]
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To help oversee its $1.4 billion offer for the Canadian [...]
Ethiopia and Eritrea's newfound friendship has a decisive mining component. The two countries have plans to set up joint phosphates [...]
Canadian firm Nevsun Resources' request to be allowed to appeal [...]
In early March, New Zealand geologist Alasdair Smith started exploration on the Kerkasha project in Eritrea that his fledgling junior [...]
In early December, Bereket Berhe, Eritrean-born Canadian geological engineer was due to travel to Asmara to officially submit his request [...]
On November 21, the Vancouver court of appeal rejected junior Nevsun Resources' request to have a court case in which [...]
A Canadian court has rejected arms broker Delizia's appeal to have junior Nevsun Resources' assets seized in an attempt to recover its debts with the Eritrean government. [...]
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is currently recruiting three [...]
Canadian Robert Connochie, who joined the board of Australian company Danakali in early February to kick off potash production at [...]
Hoping to land a license to extract potash as soon as possible, the Australian firm is seeking companies to supply the basics for the future mine. [...]
The firm Danakali (formerly South Boulder Mines) which is listed [...]
Danakali received a visit from a delegation from the land, [...]
Three years after kicking off copper production in 2013 when [...]
During a reception in early May in Asmara to mark his country’s friendship with Eritrea, Chinese ambassador Qiu Xuejung, a [...]
Danakali, listed on the ASX, submitted an application to mine potash at Colluli to Eritrea’s energy and mines ministry in [...]
Lawyers for the Canadian firm Nevsun Resources, Sutts, Strosberg, Groia Groia & Co and Andrew Morganti, are preparing the case [...]
Danakali is squeezing costs to a minimum to steal a march on other groups bent on producing potash in the Danakil basin. [...]
Teklehaimanot Debretsion, an aide from Eritrea’s mines ministry, asked PGS [...]
Although four companies - one in Eritrea and three in Ethiopia - are intent on producing potash in the Danakil area starting from 2018 some hurdles must be overcome before mining can begin. In Eritrea, the Australian junior Danakali is [. [...]
With the United Nations attacking Nevsun Resources for employing forced labour at its Bisha mine in Eritrea, Scott Trebilcock, the [...]
The board and shareholders of Australia’s Danakali (formerly South Boulder [...]
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