Why Did Top Brass Resign from Tanzania's Acacia Mining?
Acacia Mining Company's Chief Executive Officer Brad Gordon and Chief Financial Officer Andrew Wray have resigned, the firm has announced. The company - one of the largest gold producers in Africa - has been in a bitter tax dispute with the government of Tanzania.
Acacia Mining CEO, Brad Gordon
East African, 2 November 2017
Acacia Mining's top executives have quit barely two weeks after the holding firm Barrick Gold struck a $300 million deal with Tanzania to resolve a tax dispute. Read more »
Tanzania: Acacia Mining Top Brass Resign
Daily News, 2 November 2017
ACACIA'S Chief Executive Officer, Brad Gordon and Chief Financial Officer, Andrew Wray have resigned, the firm has announced early this Thursday. Read more »
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