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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Winner of the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize for his work to improve the lives of women ( AMI 424), Dr [...]
To further the cause of the populations living near to coal mines in Tete, a local legal support group AAAJC [...]
The group of former Banro Corp shareholders fighting for damages of stock market losses may have lost a first round [...]
The civil unrest in Sudan that led to the ousting of President Omar Al Bashir on April 11 (ION 1496), [...]
In the sweeping Gabonese government reshuffle of March 29, in which Maixent Accrombessi was ousted from his role as President [...]
The board of directors of South African and Tanzanian diamond producer Petra Diamonds seem to be walking on eggshells. Although [...]
AIS International Guinee has submitted two permit requests with the Guinea authorities to explore bauxite in the Gaoual prefecture and [...]
French geologist Daniel Marini took over the general management of Canadian Trevali Mining offshoot Nantou Mining Burkina Faso in February. [...]
Just days after being named Burkina Faso's minister of security on January 21, Ousseni Compaore held a meeting with mining [...]
Presented by the Nigerian government as one of the projects that will help boost the role mining plays in the [...]
Dan Weir, the chief executive of Canadian firm DNI Metals, hopes to raise $7 to $10 million by March to [...]
Since the end of 2018, Australian mid-cap firm Carnavale Resources, which explores the tin oxide mineral cassiterite in Uganda, has [...]
French consultant Didier Bazzo, founder of consultancy firm Societe d'expertises environnementales et sociales, was in the Boke region from December [...]
The Zimbabwean government expects to see exceptional growth in mining production over the next few years fuelled by a strong [...]
There were very few contenders for the top seat of the state-owned Societe nationale industrielle et miniere (SNIM), a position [...]
The United Kingdom's exit from the European Union (EU) could have a direct effect on diamond producers in Africa. While [...]
To convince the International Monetary Fund (IMF), which lent the country $150 million at the start of the year, that [...]
Perth-based businessman Jason Brewer arrived in Johannesburg October 2 with the view to round off weeks of talks for the [...]
During a trip to Europe in early September, Temba Mliswa, chairperson for Zimbabwe's parliamentary portfolio committee for mines & energy, [...]
The Indian Agrawal clan is slowly but surely working towards its goal: invest several hundred million dollars in Uganda's mining [...]
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