Home mining sector exploration & production ANGOLA 01/07/2014 Leviev back to help diamonds thrive anew Having participated through the Angola Selling Corp (Ascorp) in marketing Angola’s diamonds between 1999 and 2004, the Israeli magnate Lev [...] (283 words) This article may be accessed by subscribers and e-wallet holders (EUR 6) Log in to read more Already have an account? Log in Keep me logged in Forgot your password? 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The grumbling comes [...] ANGOLA 24/02/2015 Carlos Sumbula woos new investors The CEO of the state-run diamond concern Endiama, Carlos Sumbula, [...] ANGOLA 23/12/2014 Second cutting and polishing unit planned Angola’s state-run diamond company Endiama is thinking of building a [...] ANGOLA 09/12/2014 Sumbula India-bound Carlos Sumbula, the chief executive of Endiama, will be in [...] ANGOLA 25/11/2014 Kimberley Process: Shaky start for Queiroz Named chairman of the Kimberley Process on Nov. 11, Angola's [...] ANGOLA 11/11/2014 Francisco Queiroz calls on Antwerp for help Angola's mines minister Francisco Queiroz met in Luanda in late [...] ANGOLA 29/07/2014 Leviev’s exit leads to gem polishing revamp Free Angola’s mines minister Francisco Qiueiros has launched a complete overhaul of the Angola Polishing Diamonds (ADP) concern following the departure [...] ANGOLA 01/07/2014 Antonio Cassoma A lawyer who serves as Angolan president Jose Eduardo Dos Santos’ assistant for political and constitutional affairs, Antonio Cassoma, is [...] ANGOLA 01/07/2014 Lucapa in quest for a new Catoca Free Lucapa Diamond Co is closing in on its objective. The Australian explorer which operates the 3,000 sq.km. diamond concession at [...] ANGOLA 07/01/2014 Endiama tightens grip on Sodiam Named on Dec. 25, 2009, the board of Sodiam SA, [...] ANGOLA 10/12/2013 Israeli offensive in power sector Several Israeli companies already operating in various fields in Angola could shortly plant their flags in the energy sector. One [...] Spotlight ANGOLA MOZAMBIQUE 31/05/2013 Isabel dos Santos also invests in Maputo The foreign investments of the richest woman in Africa according to the Forbes classification, with assets estimated at $2 billion, Isabel dos Santos, do not stop at Portugal (where, for example, she holds sizeable stakes in the bank BPI and [. 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