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Full and swift Implementation of the WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement can deliver large trade dividends to developing and least-developed countries…

ABUJA, NIGERIA: Evelyn Okakwu writing in Nigeria's Premium Times reports that the country’s President Muhammadu Buhari says the government wants to improve Nigeria’s industrial se

LILONGWE, MALAWI: A 34-year-old mining law remains a windfall for multinationals but does little to benefit this country’s hungry and poor…

By Collins Mtika

WINDHOEK, NAMIBIA: Namibia is actively seeking investment and partnerships with South African business…

Allan Seccombe reports in BD Live that SA’s new Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane’s plans to buy assets discarded by mining companies have been described as ‘half-baked and completely impractical’…

The world’s biggest corporations have been riding a three-decade wave of profit growth, market expansion, and declining costs…

Some 97% of organisations have made progress in linking their risk management and business objectives, however, a staggering 85% haven’t created closer links, according to EY’s global governance, risk and compliance (GRC) survey 2015

Please note that we have received notification from the National Department of Planning, Monitoring & Evaluation (DPME) that Tshediso Matona, the National Planning Secretary is no longer able to host the engagement...

NEW YORK CITY, US: An International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) team of experts said Tanzania’s Atomic Energy Commission (TAEC) faced several challenges in building an ind

Hundreds of mining professionals, global partners, investors and suppliers will - descend on Lubumbashi next week for the annual Katanga Mining Week...

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