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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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) [...]
Following in the footsteps of Australian firms Fortune 8 Gold and New Energy Minerals Africa ( AMI 436), the British [...]
Rwenzori Rare Metals, which plans to start extracting rare earth metals from its Ugandan Makuutu mine in 2021, has landed [...]
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President Yoweri Museveni is calling for his government to be sole in charge of the rehabilitation of the southwest Kilembe [...]
The Ugandan government has come up with a strange approach [...]
The fledgling consultancy Crested Crane Connections, founded in Kampala earlier [...]
Australian junior Consolidated Africa (CRA), which develops the Ugandan graphite project Orom, has been quick to find a replacement team [...]
On March 1, Kenyan businessman Narendra Raval met with Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni to present a steelworks project in the [...]
In January, the Ugandan NGO Environmental Women in Action for [...]
Since the end of 2018, Australian mid-cap firm Carnavale Resources, which explores the tin oxide mineral cassiterite in Uganda, has [...]
Australian businessman Phil Hearse has plans to build a unit in Abu Dhabi to transform graphite produced in Africa. [...]
Belgian tycoon Alain Goetz, who has been accused in a report by American NGO The Sentry (read here) of refining [...]
Already active in gold and copper mining in Africa via CopperZone Resources and SparrowHawk Gold (AMI 417), Canadian multitaskers Paul [...]
As part of the All People's Conference on Mining in [...]
On October 5, the shareholders of Australian firm Consolidated Africa (CRA) will vote on whether to go ahead with the [...]
As it continues to develop its phosphate and fertilizer production [...]
The Indian Agrawal clan is slowly but surely working towards its goal: invest several hundred million dollars in Uganda's mining [...]
While American President Donald Trump is aware of the limits [...]
In mid-July, Irene Muloni, Uganda's minister of energy and mines, [...]
By the end of the year, Indian businessman Suresh Solanki [...]
Kenyan firm Alpha Group , the subsidiary of Alpha Logistics [...]
The non-for-profit organisation financed by several Western countries, TradeMark, has launched into renovating lakeside ports to facilitate the evacuation of mining products around the Great Lakes region. [...]
Ugandan uranium is in increasingly hot demand from foreign operators. While high inventory levels and subsequent low prices had seen [...]
During the Investing in African Mining Indaba conference, which will be held in early February in South Africa, Scotsman Simon [...]
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