What Kenya needs to do better as it braces for fourth...

The Kenyan government reacted quickly to the previous three waves. But the public has felt some pandemic fatigue.

Nigeria isn’t ready to deal with rising COVID-19 cases

Nigeria is not prepared to deal with a serious rise in COVID-19 cases as its health system is more challenged than it was before the pandemic.

Here’s to the everyday mining heroes

The 2022 Mining Elites in Africa yearbook will pay tribute to those who are making a tangible difference in mining on the continent.

South Africa’s ‘Misery Index’ highlights its downward spiral

Has the government lost touch with the mood of the people? The answers to this question are cause for unpleasant introspection.
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Trends in underground hard-rock mining for gold and base metals

Underground hard-rock mining accounts for 40% of global mining operations but only 12% of run-of-mine (ROM) production.

GlobalData report names top mining and metals M&A legal advisers

A total of 18,146 deals worth US$1.9 trillion were announced globally during H1 2021, which was higher than H1 2019’s deal value.

The vulnerable points in South Africa’s fuel supply chain

The attacks that have taken place seem to have been made by several groups acting in concert – by design or by coincidence.

President Ramaphosa: Attempted insurrection failed to gain popular support

“It failed because of the efforts of our security forces, and it has failed because South Africans have rejected it."

Africans want consensual democracy – why is this hard to accept?

It is misleading and patronising to suggest that democracy is imposed by the international community against the wishes of ordinary people.

The global recovery is bypassing the poorest countries

This year is likely to mark the strongest post-recession rebound in 80 years: global GDP is expected to expand 5.6 percent.

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