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) [...]
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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