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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In the sweeping Gabonese government reshuffle of March 29, in which Maixent Accrombessi was ousted from his role as President [...]
After being adopted by the Gabonese parliament, the new national [...]
To improve the mineral sector's impact on the economy (AMI [...]
The Gabonese government would like to create a list of the country's strategic minerals. This could then serve as a [...]
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The Gabonese geology engineer Mathurin Ango is currently on the lookout for a company that would carry out an airborne [...]
A work group tasked to validate the mining code to [...]
Nouvelle Gabon Mining (NoGa Mining) investors have decided to switch up the company's leadership to move into a new phase [...]
To revive Gabon's shrinking gold production, which fell to 500 [...]
After obtaining its conditional admission as a participant of the [...]
The revival of Gabon's lead-zinc project Kroussou can be greatly attributed to a boost from Singaporean fund IMC and Australia's Centrepeak. [...]
Strengthening the State's pre-emption right in the transfer of mining [...]
With Libreville tipped to make a bid for the 11.2% stake in Gabonese manganese miner Eramet currently up for sale [...]
The Gabonese government and BGFI are both vying for an 11.2% stake in the mining company. [...]
To boost the volumes of manganese extracted to the east of the country, the operator of the trans-Gabonese railroad has a battle plan. [...]
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. [...]
Gabon's minister of mines, Christian Magnagna, has been slowly but [...]
On December 7, Marie-Axelle Gautier, head of mining law for [...]
The Societe equatoriale des mines (SEM), which manages the Gabonese State's mining portfolio, has secured a new duo to steer [...]
Following on from gold, oil and cotton, consultants are now cashing in on the great economic gatherings and conferences being held across the continent. French firms Richard Attias & Associates [...]
Gabon's president Ali Bongo got off to a rocky start, winning an election bitterly contested by his opponent Jean Ping and apathetically validated by international courts. A year on, he [...]
In April or May staff from the Kimberley Process, an [...]
Nouvelle Gabon Mining (NoGa Mining), an affiliate of India’s Coalsale Group, began producing in January under the baton of France’s [...]
In spelling out his policy in Libreville on Nov. 10, [...]
The International Conference of the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR) has [...]
Appointed only a few weeks ago as Gabon’s new mines minister, Christian Magnagna (AMI 377), is intent on making headway [...]
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