Archive for the ‘Mining & Minerals’ category
Tony Blair’s five principles that govern mutually-beneficial relationships between African governments and foreign investors.
A ‘think piece’ by the Africa Progress Panel’s research fellow, Stephen Yeboah.
Across the continent there are cities and towns enjoying rapid growth on the back of industries such as mining, agriculture and technology.
Africa’s resource wealth has long been viewed as a key to unlocking potential economic gains.
New survey reveals many global companies are not prepared to cope with pandemics.
I am convinced Cameroon can do much better economically.
Forecast to grow at 8% per year over the next five years, Mozambique is benefiting from mineral wealth and infrastructure development.
Africa can be a promising market for US companies that can demand high standards while allowing for the continent’s growing pains.
South Africa is experiencing its longest and costliest platinum mining strike ever.
The Simandou project could double Guinea’s current GDP.
Nasser Sattar looks at the realities of Africa’s growth story.
Oil, gas and mining developments could have positive spill-over effects for the rest of the economy.
African leaders take action that could transform the mining sector.
“Mali has gone through a difficult time. It is getting back slowly.”
Across sub-Saharan Africa there are towns and cities experiencing fast growth on the back of new mining and oil projects or other business activities.