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 Australian concern Sovereign Metals, which has been churning ahead [...]
The Australian junior Force Commodities, which has signed a deal [...]
Criticised in Congo-K for its high prices, the mineral certification body has cut its levy rates - for the moment. [...]
Mining investment and management group Apollo has taken a bet on Sovereign Metals' graphite project. [...]
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While the Public Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals Trade (PPA) [...]
After years of being debated, the law that will allow [...]
Malawi's new mines and minerals bill, introduced in mid-December to [...]
The consultancy firm recently helped drum up cash for several mining projects across the continent. [...]
One Capital was called into help Trans Hex Group sell [...]
As well as carrying out his duties as vice president of Namibian copper explorer Deep South Resources, geologist Vivian Stuart-Williams [...]
While American President Donald Trump is aware of the limits [...]
On June 20 to 21, members of the Zimbabwe Environmental [...]
Sector expert Daniel Harris has joined the board of directors [...]
An Australian court has authorised the transfer of uranium miner Paladin's assets to a key trustee. [...]
Australian financial advisor, Shaun Treacy has been working towards weaving ties between the Chinese primary resources trading firm Noble Group and Canadian junior, active in Malawi, Mkango Resources for several months. [...]
Malawian president Peter Mutharika and his teams continue to maintain that the new mining act will be adopted by the [...]
Matthew Wood, head of restructuring at KPMG and recently appointed [...]
Malawian minister of natural resources, energy and mines, Bright Msaka, will soon find out if he is authorised to remove [...]
China's state-owned group ECE has lost the court case it launched in Australia to regain control of junior Globe Metals. [...]
Malawi’s mines minister, John Bande, hired the services of Indian [...]
Lilongwe minister of natural resources, energy and mines, Bright Msaka, [...]
With the uranium price expected to climb in 2017 explorers are coming into their own in southern Africa and particularly in Namibia where France’s Areva lost well over a billion dollars (AMI 269). The uptick in Japan’s renewed interest in nuclear [. [...]
The Canadian concern Mkango Resources, co-founded by its CEO, William [...]
In early September Sovereign Metals met with Ben Botolo, secretary [...]
According to Ben Botolo, secretary for natural resources, energy and mines, Malawi's government is to issue a call for bids [...]
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