Issue no.448 dated 15/10/2019
President João Lourenço may be working hard to breathe fresh life into the country's diamond industry, doing away with the practices of his predecessor José Eduardo dos Santos's era is proving more difficult. Even as the country opens its mines [...]
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A growing influx of solar and hybrid power producers are setting their sights on the African mining sector to expand their business. [...]
The Frenchman Philippe Murcia has now been back in France for a few months but has still retained much from [...]
Researcher Mark Jessell from France’s Institut de Recherche pour le Developpement (IRD) is heading a new West African exploration initiative [...]
The British firm Ncondezi Coal wants to move quickly on building its coal plant in northern Mozambique but there’s no lack of competitors. [...]
A decade after the demise of Sysmin, a European Union scheme to back mining in the Africa, Caribbean and Pacific [...]
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