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 consultancy firm recently helped drum up cash for several mining projects across the continent. [...]
One Capital was called into help Trans Hex Group sell [...]
On June 20 to 21, members of the Zimbabwe Environmental [...]
On October 6, South African magnate Kobus Smit won a [...]
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The Brazilian iron giant Vale has initialed a contract with [...]
New generations of politicians are attempting to gain clout in southern Africa’s mining industry through their connections with youth leagues. [...]
Member countries of the Southern African Development Community (SADC), with [...]
The Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corp (JOGMEC) is [...]
Paladin Energy, hit earlier this year after a fire broke out in its cooling system and delayed the start of [...]
After taking a foothold in Mozambique’s coal at Benga and Tete via its purchase of a stake in Riversdale Mining [...]
The race to secure southern Africa’s coal resources is intensifying. [...]
Business opportunities are blooming in diamond cutting and polishing in southern Africa following the DTC’s relocalisation from London to Botswana, [...]
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Batla Minerals, a small French explorer and miner based in Aix en Province in southern France and which operates an [...]
Dwyka Resources, a company set up by the management of Dwyka Diamonds in Australia, has acquired an option on Swaziland [...]
Japan appears determined to lock in reserves of nickel, zinc and specially platinum for its car industry (catalytic converters) in [...]
An agreement creating the Namibia Diamond Trading Co (NDTC) that De Beers and the Namibian government signed on Jan. 31 marks a new step towards shaking up the distribution system of DTC, the diamond group’s London-based commercial arm. [...]
The Australian concern OmegaCorp has agreed to be bought out [...]
The operations manager of African Rainbow Minerals, Gerhard Potgieter, has taken up work with LionOre Mining International. to act as [...]
South Africa’s Petra Diamonds has just acquired countryman Calibrated Diamonds Investment Holdings (CDIH) for 16.3 million rand (USD 2.28 million). [...]
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