Thelo DB, a company chaired by South African businessman Ronnie Ntuli, has been approaching iron ore and bauxite explorers in Guinea to offer rail solutions for their future exports, a sector that has until now been dominated by Chinese giants.
President Alpha Conde has asked his teams to provide him with a detailed study to clarify the true state of this strategically important sector.
Guinean minister of mines Abdoulaye Magassouba may very well have announced in Paris on November 16 that mining infrastructure was a lever for development, the reality on the ground is rather more tenuous. From blocked lines to derailed wagons, the [.
Anxious to calm the fears of bauxite miners and worried about a surge in violence in his area, the government [...]
The Telimele bauxite project that lies a few kilometres from the Compagnie des Bauxites de Guinee’s concession in western Guinea is due to begin producing at some point next year. Guinean national Soriba Camara, managing director of the operating company, [.