Tag Archives: Copper
Standard Bank Group has walked away with 11 acccolades at the 2013 EMEA Finance Achievements Awards, including being named best merger and acquisition house, best securitisation house and best syndicated loan house in Africa.
CALL FOR PAPERS – KATANGA MINING BRIEFING, LUBUMBASHI
Ahmed Al-Sulaiti, CTO, Qatar National Broadband Network (Qnbn), Qatar is delivering a keynote address on Day Two of Broadband MEA 2013, taking place on the 19th-20th March 2013 at the JW Marriott Marquis Hotel, Dubai, UAE. Ahead of the show we speak to him about why faster speeds are so important and how Qnbn copes with the demands on its network.
What major developments have there been within the broadband industry in your region over the past year?
“The Ethical Water Exchange is THE platform to transform wastewater into a clean tradable resource: treated wastewater.”
Zambia Economic Brief: Recent Economic Developments and the State of Basic Human Opportunities for Children
- Zambia’s economy is growing faster than the economies of most of its mineral-producing and non-mineral producing peers
- Economic growth has been led by a strong performance in mining, manufacturing, services and agriculture;
- Despite strong economic growth in the last decade, Zambia has made very little progress in reducing poverty and providing basic opportunities for children still remains a challenge
ZUG, Switzerland, Dec. 13, 2012 /CNW/ – Katanga Mining Limited (TSX: KAT) (“Katanga” or the “Company“) today announced the satisfaction of the conditions precedent to draw down from its previously announced US$515.5 million senior secured facility between, among others, a Katanga subsidiary, as borrower, Katanga and other Katanga subsidiaries as guarantors, and the Glencore Group, as lender (the “Facility”).
ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia, December 7, 2012/African Press Organization (APO)/ – Industrialization can help African countries grow at high levels, create millions of jobs for its young population and address poverty reduction in a sustainable manner, according to Emmanuel Nnadozie, Director of Economic Development and NEPAD Division at the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA).
Zambia is experiencing another cycle of growth partly due to its mining sector. The country has known fluctuating fortunes during its long history of copper exploitation. This time, though, the government and other key stakeholders are keen to ensure that the mineral resources benefit all Zambians, and contribute to a more sustainable and inclusive growth.
Massive growth for definitive meeting place for stakeholders in DRC