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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Mining ministers within Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) [...]
BCM International, which picked up an 80% stake in one of Mauritania's most promising iron ore projects, Fderick, at the [...]
With threats of a strike looming since April, which would [...]
According to our sources, the deal signed late May for [...]
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Insecurity in and around mining sites in West Africa is taking a toll on the development of key projects. Given [...]
Mauritanian national mining firm, Societe nationale industrielle et miniere (SNIM), [...]
Known for his influence over Mauritania's fisheries (WAN 745), the speaker of parliament, Cheikh Ould Baya, who took up his [...]
The Mauritanian government has shown it is willing to let [...]
The Universities of Exeter in the United Kingdom and Queensland [...]
A new contender has joined the Mauritanian mining players' race for the country's prime deposits of gold, silver, copper and [...]
Days into his role as the new managing director of [...]
With commodity prices on the rise Mauritanian firm Wafa Mining & Petroleum (WMP) is ready to take on new acquisitions. [...]
Mauritania's national mining firm Societe nationale industrielle et miniere (SNIM) [...]
Ahmed Hertani is both focused on getting quartz production up and running in 2019 at the northern Mauritanian project owned [...]
The gold producer's exploration teams are expected to ramp up their activities in Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast and Guinea. [...]
There were very few contenders for the top seat of the state-owned Societe nationale industrielle et miniere (SNIM), a position [...]
The World Bank's board of executive directors has approved an [...]
The Ecowas Mining & Petroleum Forum & Exhibition (Ecomof) in [...]
While the OECD is preparing a report on the impact [...]
While many African states are already working towards increasing the [...]
South African gold giant, Harmony Gold Mining, has reignited past ambitions over the past few weeks. The group, chaired by [...]
The general director of mines Mohamed Ould Salek Ould Abdallah was replaced in early March after only five months in [...]
In late 2018, South African NGO Good Governance Africa (GGA), [...]
By mid-February, the Canadian-Senegalese consortium selected by the Mauritanian government should hand in its first report on what avenues could [...]
Falling iron ore sales for Mauritanian state firm Societe nationale industrielle et miniere (SNIM) are weighing heavily on company CEO [...]
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