Kenya: Four MPs to Answer Bribery Claims Over Sugar Report
Four MPs have been summoned by the National Assembly's Powers and Privileges Committee over the shooting down of the contraband sugar report. Read more »
Zimbabwe: More Gold Resources At Blanket Mine
TORONTO Stock Exchange listed miner, Caledonia Mining Corporation, has upgraded the resource base at its local gold mining unit, Blanket Mine by 13 percent, taking the miner's… Read more »
Burkina Faso: The 'Natural Resource Curse' and Artisanal Mines - the Case of Burkina Faso [analysis]
The Conversation Africa
Is there a "natural resources curse" as economists call it? This burning question arises in all resource-rich countries where the majority of the population is living in poverty.… Read more »
Liberia: Govt 'Disappointed at Suspension by Extractives Transparency Body
The Liberian government through the Liberia Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative has described as a surprise and disappointment, the Extractive Industries Transparency… Read more »
Nigeria: Experts List Challenges Facing Solid Minerals Sector
Owing to the fact that the vast majority of extractable mineral reserves in the country are yet untapped, a senior geologist, Benjamin Ukwuteyinor, has called for reforms in the… Read more »
Ethiopia: Coffee, Tea Exports Generate $82m
Ethiopia generated 82 million dollars in the month of August, exporting 24,891tn of coffee, tea and spices. The revenue is 87pc of the target. Read more »
South Africa: Did Big Tobacco Buy Twitter?
There's more to the data -- and social media -- backing the latest tobacco-funded ad campaign. Read more »
Zimbabwe: Gold Trades Lower
According to Angel Commodities, yesterday, spot gold prices declined by 0,78 percent to close at 1191. On the MCX, gold prices followed the same trend and declined 0,49 percent… Read more »
Africa: African Commodity Strategy - Value Addition for Global Competitiveness
Africa's great commodity wealth has created challenges as well as opportunities. Read more »
Zimbabwe: 'Diversify to Increase Mineral Commodities'
PERMANENT Secretary in the Ministry of Mines and Mining Development, Mr Munesuishe Munodawafa, has implored the mining sector to embark on diversification programmes to increase… Read more »
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