"Being the two largest producers of platinum and palladium, it is important that we ensure demand sustainability and seek ways to leverage benefit from these metals," South ... Read more »
Ghana President Akufo-Addo has said that he and his Ivorian counterpart President Ouattara have decided to work together to address the impact of international pricing of cocoa on ... Read more »
For months now, Africa's rough diamonds have been increasing in value but the sale proceeds do not reach the people. Instead, they benefit metropolitan elites and the mine ... Read more »
The international bid, which was announced two months ago, initially attracted five local and four international suppliers. The contract is to supply 700,000 tonnes of coal, to be ... Read more »
Foreign earning from coffee rose by 20% due to global coffee price hikes, the Ethiopian Coffee & Tea Development and Marketing Authority said. Read more »
While the current code has succeeded in relaunching the sector, its benefits to people are more difficult to discern, writes Ben Radley for The Conversation. Read more »
Tanzania, Uganda and Rwanda risk losing access to the American market through the African Growth and Opportunity Act (Agoa) following plans by the East African member states to ban ... Read more »
The leader has met with Proffessor John Thornton, chairman of Barrick Gold Canada whis is the parent company of Acacia Mining, at the State House to discuss the mineral sands ... Read more »
Mining Giant De Beers has been denied permission by South Africa's Minister of Mining Mosebenzi Zwane to take rough diamonds to Botswana's diamond trading company for aggregation. ... Read more »
A group of gay rights activists have taken a government agency to court for refusing to register their organization. Homosexuality is illegal in the country, and violence against ... Read more »
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