There is growing concern amongst companies that the projects they are developing will be taken away from them once the PREPARATORY PROJECT WORK
The success of the new Zimbabwe leadership in making changes to increase INVESTMENT IN THE ZIMBABWEAN MINING SECTOR is still awaited.
It is hoped that the recent dissolving of the GOVERNMENT OF COTE D’IVOIRE by President Alassane Ouattara will not negatively influence the country’s impressive GDP growth of over 8%.
According to sources within the Namibian Ministry of Mines and Energy, the PETROLEUM ACT OF NAMIBIA of 1991 is currently undergoing stakeholder consultation and review
Mozambique does not want to wait for the ROVUMA BASIN GAS
There is increased activity in LITHIUM MINING in the southern Africa region.
A well-known Pan African Investment entity is involved in negotiating for the funding of the upgrade of the BEIT BRIDGE BORDER POST.
The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs has encouraged the PRIVATE SECTOR to play a stronger role in humanitarian issues
As promised at his inauguration, the new Angolan president, Joâo Lourenco continues to make major NEW POLITICAL APPOINTMENTS IN ANGOLA.
The REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT in Kenya is proving frustrating for investors, with three large deals in recent months having faltered