Base Resources is looking to expand its current Kenya output to a new additional high end production footprint in Madagascar.
In an increasingly complex world Africa is holding its own as an attractive investment region, with the value of investment on the continent showing growth.
Kenya’s renewable energy infrastructure requires financing structures that put Joan Chahenza’s knack for negotiating and developing PPAs to the test.
Barrick and Acacia have reached agreement on terms of a recommended offer by Barrick for the share capital of Acacia that Barrick does not already own.
Red Rock Resources, the natural resource development company with interests in gold, manganese and minerals, updates its African interests.
Key to enabling African economies to make the most of their opportunities is developing infrastructure in the region. China is a central figure in this.
The tide of populism sweeping the global political landscape is to filtering to local policies and decisions made in African individual countries.
Gerard Kisbey-Green has stepped down as Goldplat CEO and Werner Klingenberg has been appointed as the interim CEO with immediate effect.