Issue no.455 dated 28/01/2020
Key to the Tanzanian government's strategy to have mining companies return to the country alongside President John Magufuli's nationalist policy (AMI 432), the bidding round for ex-retention licences (RL) confiscated from giants the likes of Barrick Gold Corp and Glencore [...]
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The government's recent move to allow extractors of Angolan diamonds to trade their output themselves has encouraged Lucapa to take a step further into the diamond value chain. [...]
As it continues to chug along with its Songwe Hill rare earths project in Malawi, Mkango Resources has decided to invest in UK magnet recycling firm HyProMag. [...]
While buyers of minerals extracted in DRC were recently reminded [...]
To push the Harare government into taking more radical measures [...]
The NGO PACT has taken offence to the claims that [...]
The World Bank's Compliance Advisor Ombudsman has opened an enquiry into the management of a fertiliser facility in Nigeria's Port Harcourt, a project financed by two IFC loans. [...]
In its class action in which it accuses five American groups of benefiting from the use of forced child labour on DRC cobalt mines, International Rights Advocates also criticises NGO PACT for its lack of efficiency. [...]
The British consultancy firm specialised in supply chain matters, Levin [...]
Diamond traders established in the United Kingdom should not be [...]
While over the past few years cobalt and the 3Ts [...]
The chairman of Gécamines is planning to create a specific subsidiary to oversee the purchase and sale of ASM extracted cobalt in the former Katanga province. [...]
In 2020, Unesco should assess what impact Robert Friedland and Aboubacar Sampil's iron ore projects could have on the Mount Nimba nature reserve that was inscribed on the world heritage list in 1981. [...]
In order to increase state revenue from gold mining, the [...]
The coalition of civil society members given the status of [...]
Any stakeholder that has an opinion about the proposed reform [...]
SEPB's project for the construction of a fertiliser plant that the Burkinabe government has been hoping to start for years, has stalled, once again, on a lack of funds. [...]
The Turkish steel manufacturer Tosyali has signed a deal with the Angolan government to develop a diamond processing plant in the mineral-rich province of Lunda-Sul. [...]
Following its on-site inspection the Friguia alumina plant in the [...]
Congolese civil society has been particularly vocal in its criticism [...]
To keep its position as the leading trading hub for Angolan diamonds now that the sector has been opened to private enterprise, Dubai is deploying a mix of business tactics and diplomacy. [...]
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