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First Quantum suspends work at Mauritania copper, gold mine
First Quantum Minerals has suspended operations at the Guelb Moghrein copper and gold mine in Mauritania, where days of worker protests over pay left one person dead over the weekend.
ENRC secures Congo mine licence for $102m
Eurasian Natural Resources Corp can press ahead with production at a controversial mine in the Democratic Republic of Congo, after the London-listed mining group secured a new licence from the government for $101.5m.
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'A really big opportunity': Inside PSG's $46m Zambian farming deal
Chayton made its first investment after Crowder was approached by two Zimbabwean farmers who lost their farms due to the Mugabe government's land reforms.
Vitamin D may protect lung function in smokers
The study has some limitations, including that the data is observational only and not a trial, that vitamin D levels fluctuate over time, and that the study has limited generalizability due to the cohort being all elderly men. "If these results can be ...
Climate change linked to ozone loss: May result in more skin cancer
"What this research does is connect, for the first time, climate change with ozone depletion, and ozone loss is directly tied to increases in skin cancer incidence, because more ultraviolet radiation is penetrating the atmosphere.
KFC expects more global fast-food chains to enter the Kenyan market
It was very flattering and humbling to see Kenyans queuing to try our products when we first opened. Even today we still have similar volumes, although the queues have died down because the processes are much faster and efficient.
Ghana – Africa's new retail hotspot?
When looking at retail space, the Accra Mall, which opened in 2007, is the leading modern shopping centre. RMB Westport, a South African property firm, is also working on two mixed-used developments in Accra.
Shoprite takes on the DRC
Bra also pointed out that the DRC is the first francophone country on the continent where Shoprite has decided to open a supermarket, which could provide the retailer with some useful insight concerning the decision to expand into other French-speaking ...
Is Botswana really Africa's most promising retail market?
The first is country risk which measures political and economic factors that could affect business. The second variable is market attractiveness and looks at factors such as retail sales per capita and urban population sizes.