Archive for the ‘Mining & Minerals’ category
The Africa Progress Panel reports that Africa loses more through illicit outflows than it receives through foreign investment.
“Minerals are not a curse. They can certainly be the best boon,” says Chamber of Mines of South Africa boss.
Political instability, protective regulations and access to funding constrain mining companies in Africa.
Investors are wary of labour strife, the nationalisation debate and government accountability in South Africa.
Despite perceptions of instability, Guinea is developing, with the government promoting its potential.
Anand Rajaram highlights the need to ensure revenues from oil, gas and mining benefit African populations.
Recent violence in South Sudan could erase much of the country’s progress since independence.
The Deal Drivers Africa report forecasts M&A activity in Africa for next year.
DHL country managers provide tips on doing business across the continent.
How we made it in Africa spends a day with DHL in Kigali, Rwanda.
Niger boasts opportunities in the mining, retail and property industries.
Carlyle Group co-founder David Rubenstein highlights sub-Saharan Africa as a region for possible future investment.
Professor Lemma Senbet urges African economies not to base growth only on natural resources.
The gravity of the diamond world is shifting towards Botswana due to a new development in which mining company De Beers is moving its sales activities to the Southern African country.
To aid growth, Angola needs to diversify its economy, focusing on strengthening its food producing industry.