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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Michelle Duncan, Ella Watt, Danielle Duffield and Lucy Needle, lawyers [...]
Criticised in Congo-K for its high prices, the mineral certification body has cut its levy rates - for the moment. [...]
While the Public Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals Trade (PPA) [...]
Help is on its way for Rwanda Mines, Petroleum and [...]
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Francis Gatare, the chief executive of Rwanda Mines, Petroleum and [...]
The American miner has accused Rwanda of unfairly removing its permits and is asking for compensation before the ICSID. [...]
Despite boasting large reserves of the 3Ts (tin, tantalum and tungsten), for which global demand is as strong as ever, Rwanda's mining industry is less explored and less developed than that of some its neighbours. [...]
Before Mawarid Mining, a subsidiary of the Omani group MB [...]
Several glitches still need to be resolved before the Rwanda-Tanzania mineral evacuation train line can get on track. [...]
Circulor, a British firm created in 2017 by Veera Johnson [...]
The tribunal for Bay View Group's arbitration against the Rwandan [...]
While American President Donald Trump is aware of the limits [...]
On June 22, American concern Bay View Group filed for arbitration against the Rwandan state before the International Centre for [...]
In February, German firm iPoint launched a $400,000 funding round [...]
In June, Georges Hermann, a mining specialist based in Rwanda, [...]
To keep work moving forward on its Rwandan smelter to transform coltan into tantalum powder and niobium hydroxide (AMI 382), [...]
The UK government’s Department for International Development (DFID) has given [...]
The Rwandan government is trying to take advantage of the appetite of Japanese traders for rare earths to reduce the [...]
Viewing them as a new source of revenue for Rwanda, president Paul Kagame’s government is striving to build local smelters. [...]
In recent days the Rwanda Mining Association (RMA) has been lobbying Rwanda’s natural resources minister, Vincent Biruta, to ask that [...]
Rwandan mines minister Evode Imena and the country’s finance minister, Claver Gatete, are in talks with the World Bank on setting up a fund to guarantee loans to miners. [...]
After many unsuccessful efforts in the past two years to recover goods stolen from the port in Dar es Salaam [...]
Facing a relentless drop in mining revenue, Rwanda’s state secretary for mines, Evode Imena, is multiplying initiatives to wring the [...]
Following complaints from exploration and extraction companies, the government approved [...]
Rutongo Mines is breathing new life into cassiterite mines despite the drop in the price of tin. According to our [...]
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