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Azimuth aims to join TSX from Down Under
Total exploration expenditures were projected at US$10.5 million through the first quarter in a cash-flow update filed at the end of January, including US$2-million worth of capital expenditures.
Zambia: Mining Sector's Transparency Improves
EITI is a global initiative that promotes better governance in countries rich in oil, gas and minerals and seeks to reduce the risk of diversion or misappropriation of funds generated by the development of a country's extractive industry resources ...
Dreams of water on Mars evaporate
The first comes from models of the ancient Martian climate that fail to predict temperatures high enough for rain, or for liquid water to persist on the surface at all.
Olam – from small Nigerian trading outfit to global commodities giant
Agribusiness and food company Olam might not be a household name, but there is a good possibility that some of the products in your cupboard were handled by the company at some stage during the journey from farm to finished product.
Survey reveals Africa's top locations for new hotels
Other groups hoping to enter the vast Nigerian market for the first time, and who have signed deals, include Kempinski, Mantis, Marriott and Wyndham.
Africa's growth outlook – more of the same
The region's limited financial linkages with Europe helped protect it from the turmoil in late 2011, with South Africa a notable exception due to its higher correlation with developed markets - there it led to rand depreciation and stock price ...
Executives give insight into Africa's investment environment
Three mega trends: Tim Bashall, head of strategy at KPMG Africa, said there are currently three mega trends driving investment decisions on the continent: natural resources, the burgeoning African consumer, and infrastructure.
Farmers are going to be driving Lamborghinis, says investor Jim Rogers
In the 1970s Rogers co-founded the Quantum Fund, which invested in numerous investment vehicles, including commodity futures, and experienced superior returns over 10 years, leading to his “retirement” before age 40.
Microsoft head speaks about IT in west and central Africa
Ouattara: Yes and if you look at particularly the ICT sector, you will see a lot of young people now with the entrepreneurial mindset.
Budget flights and $29 hotel rooms – 'low-cost' arrives in Africa
The first hotel is set to open in Johannesburg, South Africa before the end of the year. Lonrho plans to launch fifty hotels across the continent by 2016.