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 holding several ministerial positions under the late Ethiopian prime [...]
Moroccan firm OCP has appointed Mehdi Filali to head the Ethiopian subsidiary in charge of building a facility that should [...]
The Canadian firm Sun Peak Metals Corp has brought in [...]
For their new mining escapade, Greg Davis, David Daoud, Scott Ansell and Doris Meyer did not venture far. Together, the [...]
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The Lhasa-based Tibet Huayu Mining Co, which has until now [...]
Public firm Ethiopian Mineral, Petroleum & Bio-Fuel Corp (EMPBC) has been forced to stop tantalum production at its southern mine [...]
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. [...]
After stepping in as Ethiopia's new minister of mines and [...]
At the end of January, British junior Kefi Minerals was [...]
Ethiopia and Eritrea's newfound friendship has a decisive mining component. The two countries have plans to set up joint phosphates [...]
Ethiopia's new Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed Ali (ION 1472), which [...]
Following on from his first foray into Congo-K gold, Chinese businessman Qiuming Yu is gearing up to expand his activities [...]
The massive leak of Bermuda-based law firm Appleby's confidential internal records has revealed the names of the local partners of West African gold investor Allied Gold. [...]
Egyptian mining concern, Ascom Precious Metals Mining, which runs operations [...]
Reeling from a hefty blow to its 2016-2017 gold exports [...]
Next November, Norwegian geologist Jorn Christiansen, project manager for Abyssinia Resources Development, is expecting to launch a new exploration campaign [...]
On August 19, representatives of Oromia regional state, who were [...]
Even as the UraMin case is fought out in the [...]
Seeking to turn mining into a major source of revenue [...]
The Moroccan phosphates giant OCP is banking on former politicians to help in its offensive on Ethiopia. The Ethiopian Development [...]
Following a $3 million grant from the Japan Social Development [...]
The Toronto stock exchange has suggested Kefi seek a listing on it as the junior moves to raise cash for its future Tulu Kapi mine. [...]
Three persons attending the Africa Down Under mining conference taking place at present in Perth turned angrily on Jemal Beker, [...]
The equity fund Odey Asset Management founded by British national [...]
With Kefi Minerals about kick off construction of the Tulu Kapi gold mine in the west after winning $85 million [...]
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