Issue no.446 dated 17/09/2019
With President Alpha Conde on a diplomatic trip in the United States, the world's investors have their eyes turned to his country's iron ore assets. Sir Mick Davis, the former treasurer of the UK's Conservative Party, took over the helm [...]
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Mining ministers within Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) [...]
Insecurity in and around mining sites in West Africa is taking a toll on the development of key projects. Given [...]
The Universities of Exeter in the United Kingdom and Queensland [...]
After securing the greenlight from the Niger government for four [...]
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Niger's minister of mines Hassane Baraze Moussa switched up his [...]
The gold producer's exploration teams are expected to ramp up their activities in Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast and Guinea. [...]
The Ecowas Mining & Petroleum Forum & Exhibition (Ecomof) in [...]
Following Australian junior Vital Metals' withdrawal, the Turkish family Bora is now the only operator of the gold project. [...]
In its recent report entitled "Gold at a crossroads: a [...]
On October 9, the Nigerien government assigned four coal research permits to Nigerian millionaire Aliko Dangote's firm Dangote Cement. Two [...]
Finding who stood to benefit from Areva's mysterious sale – at a loss – of 5.5 million tonnes of Nigerien uranium is no easy task for the French investigators wading through the case's piles of documents. [...]
In 2017, the state of Niger received 7 billion CFAF [...]
While the OECD is preparing a report on the impact [...]
While many African states are already working towards increasing the [...]
The OECD will soon publish a report on the artisanal [...]
Although the uranium market is still sailing at half-mast, Canadian [...]
South African gold giant, Harmony Gold Mining, has reignited past ambitions over the past few weeks. The group, chaired by [...]
To make sure the country catches the wave of recovering commodity prices, Nigerien President Mahamadou Issoufou's government has decided to [...]
In late 2018, South African NGO Good Governance Africa (GGA), [...]
After concluding its inquiry into Areva's purchase of mining junior UraMin early last year, the examining magistrate, Claire Thépaut, began [...]
Representatives of the international secretariat of the Extractive Industries Transparency [...]
According to our information, during the police search of French [...]
French businessman David Mimran, who enjoys close ties with the [...]
The governments of the Ivory Coast, Guinea, Liberia and Sierra [...]
Private equity firm Toya Holding, controlled by the affluent Turkish [...]
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