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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.
Stocks reverse losses amid strong US corporate earnings
(TSX:TCM) was down 19 cents to C$2.56. First Quantum Minerals Ltd. (TSX:FM) lost 33 cents to $16.64 as the miner said it is temporarily suspending operations at its Guelb Moghrein copper-gold mine in Mauritania due to strike action by some of its workers.
ENRC secures Congo mine licence for $102m
Commodities · Coking coal prices fall after BHP signalled it could lift force majeure. Shipments will increase when largest rail network in cyclone-hit region reopens.
Seeing potential in Ghana's oil boom town Takoradi
In Takoradi, international hotels are limited, despite increased business traffic from investors interested in developing the oil and gas industry.
First photo of atom's shadow at Griffith University
A research team at the university's centre for quantum dynamics in Brisbane has been able to photograph the shadow of a single atom for the first time. Professor Dave Kielpinski says the image is at the extreme limit of microscopy. "You cannot see ...
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.
'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.
Top 10 Commodity Producer ETFs
Commodity-based companies and associated ETFs are critically important as a gauge of economic health and demand, inflation and should be important additions to most investment portfolios.
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 ...
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.