Home mining sector exploration & production ZIMBABWE Issue dated 09/06/2015 High-risk game to control Mwana Africa Mwana Africa is being coveted by both Chinese and British investors, a rivalry that could hit at the firm's operations. [...] (337 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? OK Subscribe toAfrica IntelligenceorPay-Per-Article E-wallet starting from 30 EUR Subscribe or Pay-Per-Article Discover our offers Not reader yet?Create an account to access our FREE SECTION A free issue A selection of articles New editions' summaries Keyword notifications to follow people or topics of interest to you A free issue and a selection of free articles Summaries and email notifications Keep me logged in Create a free account Free Articles MOROCCO Business 03/07/2020 ESL & Network lays groundwork for World Bank, IMF gathering in Marrakesh ANGOLA Business 30/06/2020 Lourenço wants to make up for diamond road repair blunder CAMEROON Politics 26/06/2020 Army frustrated over treatment of Israeli-supervised special forces defending Paul Biya's twilight years Access the free section On the same subject Spotlight AFRICA 04/04/2017 Julien Balkany adds carats to his crude Active in the African oil sector, French businessman Julien Balkany is in the process of setting up a diamond mining company and preparing to acquire mining titles in Guinea or Lesotho. He has called on big guns in the finance [. [...] ZIMBABWE 10/01/2017 Asa Resource put to test again on local content An influential consortium is understood to be trying to force Asa to give it a stake in a gold mine. [...] ZIMBABWE 20/10/2015 Question mark over Asa Resource's fate The relative failure of a stock offering by the new management of ASA Resource Group (formerly Mwana Africa) run by [...] ZIMBABWE 07/07/2015 How a Sino-British group took over Mwana Africa The board of Mwana Africa has consisted exclusively of British and Chinese shareholders since June 9, the result of a [...] ZIMBABWE 23/06/2015 "Bandit" Wellesley-Wood is back As Africa Mining Intelligence had anticipated, Chinese and British shareholders joined forces to take effective control of Mwana Africa (AMI [...] ZIMBABWE 09/06/2015 Mwana man Muganyi heads mining chamber Despite its internal rifts (see here), Mwana Africa rather monopolizes the leadership of Zimbabwe’s influential Chamber of Mines. Toindepi Muganyi, [...] Spotlight DRC 24/03/2015 MIBA unsettled by businessman Wang Bin Known for his offhand methods in the gold industry (AMI 294, AMI 285 and AMI 271). Chinese businessman Wang Bin has triggered a crisis at the state-owned diamond group Societe Miniere de Bakwanga (MIBA). It resolves around the signing of [. [...] DRC 27/01/2015 Sibeka wins veto rights under new MIBA management After eight years of bargaining and the adoption of new statutes in September, MIBA’s first board meeting was held in Mbuji-Mayi on Jan. 8-9. [...] ZIMBABWE DRC 03/06/2014 Mwana targets 350,000 oz in three years A firm headed by Francois Kalaa Mpinga, Mwana Africa, is [...] DRC ZIMBABWE 24/09/2013 Ning boosts position in Mwana Africa Chinese businessman Ning Yat Hoi increased his stake in Mwana Africa, a company owned by Congolese national Kalaa Mpinga, in [...] SPECIAL OFFER 15% OFF your subscription to AfricaIntelligence.com SUBSCRIBE Offer available until 31/07/2020 SPECIAL OFFER 15% OFF your subscription to AfricaIntelligence.com - Region SUBSCRIBE Offer available until 31/07/2020 Previous Next Receive prompts for these topics ZIMBABWE China International Mining Group Feng Hailiang Herbert Mashanyare Ian Dearing Ian Hannam JPMorgan Mark Wellesley-Wood Mwana Africa Ngoni Kudenga Oliver Baring Richard Williams Yat Hoi Ning See all keywordsSee fewer keywords Create a freenotification What is a notification?