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State of Mining Communities in Ghana Disgraceful – Prez. Akufo-Addo
State of Mining Communities in Ghana Disgraceful – Prez. Akufo-Addo
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Ghana Football Reforms - AM Sports on JoyNews (22-8-18)
We must quicken process of forming Normalization Committee – Randy Abbey
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Ghana cracks down on illegal mining
ABN's Wole Famurewa is joined by Alhaji Inusah Fuseini, Ghana Minister of Lands and Natural Resources to talk about their gold mining sector, focusing on illegal mining operations.
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10 Countries with the Highest Paying Jobs in Africa 2018
10 Countries with the Highest Paying Jobs in Africa 2018 ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Subscribe to our YouTube channel : https://goo.gl/oHL7nB ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ These are the Best Countries to Work in Africa These are the countries with the highest paying jobs in Africa. Have you been contemplating migrating to another African country in order to get a better salary? Maybe you should move and there is data to help you out. According to data by Numbeo, here is the list of countries in Africa with highest paying jobs that you should move to. 1. Libya Libya made to the top of the country in Africa with the highest paying jobs. Muammar Gaddafi and the chaos that followed his death mostly know this desert and oil-rich country in the Maghreb region in Africa for four decades of rule. In addition, even with the current political chaos and deteriorating security, the average monthly net salary after tax in Libya is $1,713.77. 2. Zambia The first thing that will make you move into this landlord country with rugged terrain is the diverse wildlife, with many parks and safari opportunities. Zambia has an average monthly salary of $1,482.22 and that is gold to anybody. s. 3. South Africa At the end of the day, we all want jobs that pay us well. Lawyers, computer and information systems managers, air traffic controllers, petroleum controllers, architects, software engineering are some of the jobs paid super well in South Africa. South Africa is the continent’s mining powerhouse. Numbeo says the average monthly net salary after tax in South Africa is $1,188.89. 4. Namibia Namibia’s economy heavily depends on the extraction and processing of minerals for exports. Mining accounts for 11.5% of GDP but provides more than 50% of foreign exchange earnings. Its GDP per capita is $11,800 while its gross national saving is 16.8 per cent and household consumption is 63.5 per cent. , people in Namibia are paid an average of $753.73 a month. 5. Mauritius Located off the southeast coast of Africa, this tiny Island has a Popularly known for its stunning coral reefs and diverse wildlife and plants, this stunning country pays one $666.66 on average a month. 6. Tanzania This is the 6th highest paying economy in Africa with an average of $422.57 according to Numbeo. Half of employed workforce in Tanzania depends on agriculture for employment. According to World Bank, the country has maintained relatively stable, high growth over the last decade, recording a 7 percent per annum. The poverty rate has declined and the political stability driven by John Magufuli remains the foundation of Tanzania’s strong economic performance. 7. Morocco Since October 2016, Morocco has been undergoing political decay. The country now has a broad coalition formed by six parties. Agricultural production presents 15 percent of country’s GDP and though affected by drought in 2016, the country had a record cereal production in 2015. Macroeconomic policies and subsidy reforms have improved the country by miles. GDP is expected to shoot to 3.7 per cent and agricultural GDP by 10 per cent. These positive developments couple with a salary of $402.41 should motivate you to move to Morocco. 8. Zimbabwe The average monthly salary after tax is $352.78. The land of Robert Mugabe can achieve more economic growth and poverty reduction if the country tackles its political flaws and reaches an agreement on inclusive and competitive investment policies. 9. Ghana The country has made huge steps towards democracy. It boasts of an independent judicial system, and freedom of press and speech. Expect an average of $313.00 per month if you shift in Ghana and improved economic growth driven by oil and non-oil sectors. 10. Algeria Despite low global oil prices, the Algerian economy grew at 3.8% in 2016. The economy is however expected to slow down in 2017-2019. The average monthly salary after tax in the country is $295.22, an amount way better than most of the countries in Africa. ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Our Social Media: ► Facebook: https://goo.gl/e6VnIE ► Twitter: https://goo.gl/7tT156 ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Music Used in This Video: ►https://goo.gl/TIXONx ►https://goo.gl/tQ2HCf ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ ► For copyright matters relating to our channel please contact us directly at :https://goo.gl/wRjjJU ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ For Ads Placement & Sponsorship, email us :[email protected] Hirwa10™ Thanks for watching! ❤
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PwC Ghana Business School C Suite Tax Seminar January 2018
Watch highlights from our Business School's seminar on strategic tax and reporting issues for c-suite and board members
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New: Top 10 Biggest Economies in Africa in 2018 by GDP
THIS IS AN UPDATED LIST OF 10 LARGEST ECONOMIES IN AFRICA. The richest economies in Africa have been revealed by the World Economic Forum through the data provided by the from the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The full annual list, which was published in April 2018, analyses the "identifiable wealth" of all the countries in the world through the current prices of Gross Domestic Product, GDP. As it is known, the GDP is a monetary measure of the market value of all final goods and services produced in a period of time. See the 10 biggest economies in Africa, ranked in ascending order by wealth. 11. Cote d’Ivoire - $48.14 billion Cote d’Ivoire comes 11th with a total of $48.14 billion as the country’s GDP as at April 2018. Ivory Coast is among the world's largest producers and exporters of coffee, cocoa beans, and palm oil. Consequently, the economy is highly sensitive to fluctuations in international prices for these products and to weather conditions. 10. Ghana - $51.62 billion Ghana follows Cote d’Ivoire on the list with $51.62 billion according to the data from International Monetary Fund. Ghana is Africa's second-biggest gold producer and second-largest cocoa producer. It is also rich in diamonds and oil but in recent years, plunging oil prices have precipitated an economic crisis. 9. Tanzania - $56.66 billion Tanzania holds the nineth position with a total of $56.66 billion as the country’s GDP. Tanzania is largely dependent on agriculture for employment, accounting for about half of the employed workforce. 8. Ethiopia - $85.66 billion Standing tall at the eighth position with $85.66 billion is Ethiopia. The country leads Tanzania with a total of $26 billion. Ethiopia’s economy is concentrated in the services and agriculture sectors. 7. Kenya - $88.27 billion Kenya holds on to the seventh position with a total GDP of $88.27 billion. The country is generally perceived as Eastern and central Africa's hub for Financial, Communication and Transportation services. 6. Angola - $119.43 billion Angola takes the difference in the country’s GDP to a new level with a total GDP of $119.43 billion. Angola occupies the sixth position on the list. For Angola, Subsistence agriculture provides the main livelihood for 85% of the population. Oil production and the supporting activities are vital to the economy, contributing about 45% to GDP and 90% of exports. 5. Morocco - $121 billion Angola is followed by Morocco which occupies the fifth position on the list with an interesting $121 billion as GDP. In Morocco, sales of fish and seafood join the industrial and mining sectors to contribute about one-third of the annual GDP. Morocco is the world's third-largest producer of phosphates and the price fluctuations of phosphates on the international market greatly influence Morocco's economy. 4. Algeria - $197.63 billion Number four on the list is Algeria with a GDP of $197.63 billion. Though the economy has diversified, the country's economy relies greatly on hydrocarbons (petroleum and natural gas). 3. Egypt Number is Egypt with a total GDP of $249 Billion. The country has a mixed type of economy and tourism is one of the biggest revenue generating 2. South Africa - $370.89 billion Distinguishing itself on the table and holding on to the second position is South Africa. The country’s economy is valued with a GDP of $370.89 billion according to the IMF. The country has a mixed type of economy and tourism is one of the biggest revenue generating industries in South Africa. 1. Nigeria - $408.61 billion With a difference of $37.72 billion, Nigeria’s economy ranked the highest with a total GDP of $408.61. Nigeria is a middle-income, mixed economy and emerging market, with expanding manufacturing, financial, service, communications, technology, and entertainment sectors. In recent time, the agriculture and oil sector have contributed to the country’s economy.
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Doing Business in Africa - Mozambique - Part 1 - Mega Projects and Mining
When Mozambique emerged from a 17 year civil war in 1992, its economy was in tatters, infrastructure had been destroyed and there was no industry to speak of. A peace deal between Frelimo and Renamo, put an end to the conflict. At the same time there were some important developments going on next door. The release of Nelson Mandela from 27 years of imprisonment and the ensuing democracy provided the impetus for further regional stability. And it set the stage for sound macroeconomic reform and rapid growth Mozambique would experience over the next decade.
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South Africa Gold Mining Could Decline Precipitately | Rick Rule
https://sdbullion.com http://www.silverdoctors.com/precious-metals-market-podcast/ Gold mining equities have been strong amid downward pressure in the precious metal markets. Hope regarding further mergers and acquisitions has had a positive effect on the miners. Political uncertainties in South Africa may have an impact on gold production there. If political uncertainties remain, Rule's suspicion is that gold production there will fall precipitately over the next five years. Issues in Mexico are concerning as well with regard to mining. However, Rule says this doesn’t mean people shouldn’t invest in miners there.
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Tanzanian gold mine enters into fairtrade deal with UK
For many people, a gold ring is a symbol of everlasting love; but sometimes the story behind the gold itself is not as happy. Tanzania is the fourth largest gold producer in Africa with exports of more than $1.6bn in 2014. Hundreds of thousands of the country's miners work in harsh conditions with little pay and even fewer prospects for their future, but that could soon change with a new Fairtrade deal to sell gold to the UK - the first of its kind in Africa. Tulanana Bohela reports. BBC World News 2015 08 18 11 49 12
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Ghana to experience better economy under Akufo Addo this year - Kusi Boafo
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China-Ghana relations must take the lead in Africa - Xi Jinping to Akufo-Addo
The President of China, Mr. Xi Jinping, has stressed that he is prepared to work with his Ghanaian counterpart, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, to ensure that relations between Ghana and China take the lead on the African continent. According to President Xi, the “deep historic bond” between China and Ghana, nurtured by leaders such as Mao Zedong, Kwame Nkrumah and others, has resulted in “a 58-year old tradition of friendship”. Whilst acknowledging the role of President Akufo-Addo “to the growth of China-Ghana relations”, the Chinese leader stated that, “You (President Akufo- Addo) are an old friend of the Chinese people… and I am ready to work with you.” He was confident that, under their joint leadership, Ghana and China would “enrich our friendship, take our bonds of co-operation to new heights, and, thereby, deliver greater benefits to our two peoples.” President Xi Jinping made this known, on Saturday, 1st September 2018, when he held bilateral talks with President Akufo-Addo at the Great Hall of the People, in Beijing, as part of the Ghanaian President’s State Visit to China. Describing Ghana as a “trustworthy friend and good partner for development”, the Chinese President assured President Akufo-Addo of his commitment “to intensify our co-operation, give support to each other’s concerns, and ensure that China-Ghana relations take the lead in China-Africa relations.” To this end, the two Presidents witnessed the signing of eight (8) Agreements that define the ambit of Chinese co-operation with Ghana in the immediate years ahead. Principal amongst them was the $2 billion Sino-Sure Framework Agreement, which will enable Sino-Hyrdo Corporation, a subsidiary of Power China, to finance and participate in major infrastructure, road and railway construction projects. President Xi Jinping also indicated that China will provide a grant of 200 million Chinese Yuan, the equivalent of $30 million, to Ghana, to assist in the effective implementation of the economic policies of President Akufo-Addo. Additionally, the project embarked on by the Chinese government to construct 1,000 boreholes across some parts of Ghana, which will help in ensuring access to potable water, he said, will be completed. The Chinese President also assured Ghana of China’s commitment to financing the construction of the Jamestown Fishing Port Complex, the expansion of the Cape Coast Sports Stadium, the commencement of the Phase 2 expansion project of the University of Health and Allied Sciences in Ho, and the construction of a new cocoa processing facility, in line with President Akufo- Addo’s vision of adding value to Ghana’s raw materials. On defense co-operation, President Xi Jinping announced the provision of a 50 million Chinese Yuan ($7.3 million) grant, in military assistance, which will also aid in the construction of the headquarters of Ghana’s Armed Forces. Furthermore, the defense cooperation, he added, will also encompass the strengthening of Ghana’s capability to help improve maritime security in the The Gulf of Guinea, training of Ghanaian peacekeepers, strengthening the capacity of Ghana’s Police Service, and the establishment of a legal assistance and extradition treaty between Ghana and China. “Such co-operation will inure to the benefit of our two countries. We will support your country in achieving its vision of Ghana Beyond Aid,” he added. President Xi also pledged that his government will encourage Chinese firms to invest in Ghana, and take advantage of flagship programmes such as 1- District-1-Factory, Programme for Planting for Food and Jobs, infrastructural development initiatives, particularly in the roads, railway, and energy sectors, amongst others. With Ghana being the African country with the highest number of students studying in China, the Chinese leader stated that his country will increase the number of scholarships to Ghana, and also advocated for the deepening of collaboration between media organisations, think tanks, and universities of the two countries. President Xi Jinping, in highlighting the importance of UN Reforms, urged Ghana to continue its advocacy on the reform of the matter and reiterated China’s support to this end. On the matter of illegal mining in Ghana, and the involvement of some Chinese nationals in the phenomenon, the Chinese President assured President Akufo-Addo that his government will “co-operate with Ghana and tackle the problem”, and indicated his full acceptance of the enforcement of Ghanaian law in the area of illegal mining. The Chinese President stressed the endorsement by his Government of the vision of building a Ghana Beyond Aid by President Akufo-Addo, and urged his Ghanaian counterpart to be resolute in realizing this vision not only for Ghana, but also for the entire African continent, as it would lead to the growth of independent, sovereign nations, acting in their own interests and with their own resources, which was the example of China.
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Revealed: Africa's most investor friendly markets
Absa's Africa financial markets index has South Africa topping the rank for the second consecutive year. The index is produced by the Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum and with more on Africa's most attractive financial markets is George Asante, Head of Global Markets, Absa Corporate and Investment Bank. https://www.cnbcafrica.com/videos/
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Banking Sector Blues - Newsfile on JoyNews (11-8-18)
Ghana’s debt to hit 72.4% of GDP; banking sector reforms to blame – Moody’s Prosecute directors of collapsed banks-Christian Council Bank closures costing me life-time friends-Governor No future role for directors; shareholders of collapsed banks-BoG EOCO invites officials of collapsed banks for questioning...Routine? Auditors failed everybody in collapsed banks saga-Ghana Association of Bankers
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African Countries Put Pressure on China
VOA Learning English, this is the Economics Report. Ghana arrested more than 100 Chinese nationals in June. They were accused of illegally mining gold. In February, Zambia seized a Chinese operated mine because of safety concerns. And Gabon has decided to seize property from three foreign oil companies, including one from China. Some observers say these and other incidents appear to be a reaction by African governments against Chinese investment on the continent. China became Africa's top trade partner in 2009. Yet some Africans believe they are not getting enough for their exports. Bright Simons is with the IMANI group. He says China is no longer known only for giving loans and sending workers to build hospitals and roads. He says China is now a business partner. Ghana has taken steps against foreigners involved in "shallow mining" for gold. Only Ghanaians can get government approval for this kind of mining. Bright Simons says some Ghanaians "rent" the permits to foreigners who have the money and training to actually mine the gold. Observers say nations like Niger and Gabon want to get more for their natural resources. They want more money, more local jobs and better living conditions. Worldwide demand for oil, coal, iron ore and uranium has made their negotiating position stronger. Some nations are also concerned about abusive or illegal operations. In Gabon, the government says it is planning not to extend operating permits to three companies, including Addax, which is part of China's Sinopec. Many experts believe the partnership between China and Africa will continue to grow, but now perhaps on more equal terms. For VOA Learning English, I'm Laurel Bowman.
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Mining Policy and Taxation in South Africa
With Roshelle Ramfol of the Durban University of Technology and Thomas Lassourd of the Natural Resource Governance Institute. Filmed at the NRGI-Central European University School of Public Policy course Reversing the Resource Curse: Theory and Practice in April 2016.
Secret Mining in the Congo
UK urged: 'keep your aid but stop the raid' Professor Willy Vangu, International Spokesperson for the UDPS - DRC Opposition Party It is absurd that a country with more forests than Brazil, more minerals than Australia, more oil than Norway and more hydro-power potential than Finland can be home to over 52 million people (70 per cent of the population) who live on less than 80 pence a day. The Democratic Republic of Congo is a country with vast natural wealth and it suffers this paradox. Secretive mining deals left unchecked by the international community are a major factor in the Congolese people's enduring misery. Why does this happen? Who is behind it? Why does it matter to the UK and what can we do to stop it? Using evidence gathered from the Congo, and from off shore tax havens, Professor Willy Vangu, will explain to the world over the next few weeks the detailed workings behind BVI shell companies. Failure of the UK and the IMF to enforce existing transparency obligations on the DRC Government is wasting taxpayers' money and political capital. As a result, the opposition party of the DRC is calling on aid and loans direct to the DRC Government to be cancelled in return for renewed focus on tackling secretive mining deals, which keep the Congolese people poor and make a few within the DRC very wealthy. The background: In December 2011 a UK Member of Parliament released details of 59 shell companies, mostly registered in the British Virgin Islands and overseen by a Gibraltar trust, that have been involved in purchasing DRC mineral and oil assets. Backed by Global Witness, the MP's analysis of just four of these transactions -- all occurring in the last two years - showed a loss to the Congolese people of over $5.5 billion. This was supposed to change as part of a 2009 loan from the International Monetary Fund. This $551 million loan was conditional upon the DRC government implementing broad transparency and governance reforms in the mining sector: mining contracts were to be published, along with the details of those individuals who are behind companies that own mineral assets and state assets would be put up for public tender. None of this has happened, and the IMF has turned a blind eye. All four of the transactions resulting in the $5.5 billion loss -- 10 times the amount of the IMF loan - occurred after the IMF loan was made. That is, at the time when the IMF was supposed to be closely monitoring the DRC government's promised reforms. Cancellation of aid and loans to the DRC Government: Professor Vangu said recently, "UK Ministers should work to suspend all direct aid and loans to the Congolese government through the IMF and World Bank until it has fully complied with its obligations to the IMF. We are calling on all governments to suspend direct support of the DRC Government, including through futile transparency programmes like PROmines. UK Ministers should also seek guarantees from the DRC that secret sales of state assets to offshore 'shell' companies will be properly investigated." Furthermore, summon the will to clamp down on matters connected to your jurisdiction. This will be cheaper for the British taxpayer and more beneficial to the Congolese people than continuing to pour aid into an unaccountable government. In short, keep your aid but help end the raid. The significant impact it will make to improve the lives of the Congolese is not to be underestimated." Conservative MP and member of the International Development Select Committee, Pauline Latham has called for the suspension of direct loans to the DRC government through the IMF. She has said, "Until the IMF start enforcing the transparency caveats attached to their massive loan to the DRC Government, British taxpayers should stop their support of this regime."
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Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya look to invest in coal-fired power plants
After years as the only country with a heavy investment in electricity from coal, South Africa may be joined by Nigeria, Ghana and Kenya over the next five years. All three plan to add just under 3 GW of coal-fired power plants. Kenya has been heavily reliant on hydro- and geothermal power sources for decades. But as droughts become more frequent, and energy demand rises, planners see coal as an ideal source of cheap, reliable, affordable electricity. Our Business anchor Ramah Nyang spoke to the head of the country's energy regulator. Here’s what he had to say;
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10 African Countries for Doing Business in 2018
African Countries for Doing Business ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ The Doing Business index is a ranking index system, created by the World Bank Group, which indicates the regularity environment of businesses. A higher ranking, which is indicated by a lower numerical value, specifies a stronger protection of property rights, and visa versa. Ten of these areas have been included in this year’s ranking on the “ease of doing business”. They are: Starting a business. Obtaining a building permit. Connecting to electricity. Transferring ownership. Getting credits. Protecting minority investors. Payment of taxes. Cross-border trading. Enforcing contracts. Resolving insolvency. Following this criteria here are the top ten African economies, as ranked in the 2018 Doing Business report. Mauritius The World Bank has revealed that Mauritius is positioned in 25th place worldwide, and in 1st place in Africa with a score of 77.54. The country is ranked twenty-four places higher this year, from its 49th position in the 2017 Doing Business report. With a score of 77.54 points (out of a total of 100) Rwanda Rwanda emerged in the top 50 countries of the World Bank’s Doing Business report for the first time. Globally, Rwanda is 41st on the “ease of doing business” ranking, compared to the 56th position in last year’s report. In addition, the country has made 52 reforms over the last decade, bringing significant improvements to the environments of business and investment. Morocco This report ranks Morocco in 69th position with a score of 67.91 points. Therefore, Morocco confirms its position as a leader in North Africa, ahead of: Tunisia (88th), Egypt (128th), and Algeria (166th). The kingdom has also managed to climb to the 3rd rank among the Middle East and North African (MENA) countries – behind the United Arab Emirates (21st) and Bahrain (66th), and, for the first time, ahead of the Sultanate of Oman (71st according to the same report). Kenya Kenya has gained twelve places in the 2018 Doing Business report by coming in at the 80th position, compared to the 2017 report when it was ranked 92nd. “The improvements are driven by the government and the private sector in the business environment. Last year Kenya delivered the highest number of business-related reforms on the African continent”, said Adnan Mohammed, secretary of the Industrialization Cabinet. Botswana While it was marked as the 71st country in the World Bank’s 2017 report, Botswana lowered its status in the 2018 report. It is now ranked at 81 and 5th in Africa. South Africa With a score of 64.89, the 2018 report ranks South Africa 82nd. This country has always been the most powerful country in Africa in terms of touristic attraction, as millions of tourists visit South Africa each year to enjoy its beauty. Zambia According to the Doing Business report of 2018, Zambia has gained 13 places – moving from the 98th position to the 85th position. Currently, Zambia has been listed as one of the world’s top 10 economies with the most notable improvements. Tunisia Tunisia, now ranked at 88, has dropped 11 places from its spot at 77 in the 2017 report. Following behind Morocco, the cradle of the Arab Spring is the 2nd country in Doing Business in North Africa. However, once being ranked in 42nd place, the country has dropped 46 spots in just seven years. Seychelles Seychelles scored 61.41 in the 2018 Doing Business report, which placed the country in the 95th position. With a population of 94,913 inhabitants, the country came in 93rd in the 2017 report. By removing administrative barriers and offering a variety of economic incentives, the government has worked hard to create a strong environment for investment. The private sector is playing an important role in the economic dynamism that the country is experiencing. Lesotho With a score of 60.42, Lesotho is ranked in the 104th position worldwide and 10th in Africa. Government officials are making efforts to improve the foreign investment rates in the country, mainly in the tertiary and mining sectors. However, efforts are also oriented to new dynamic sectors such as news technologies and services. ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Music Used in This Video: ►https://goo.gl/TIXONx ►https://goo.gl/tQ2HCf ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ ► For copyright matters relating to our channel please contact us directly at :https://goo.gl/wRjjJU ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ For Ads Placement & Sponsorship, email us :[email protected] Hirwa10™ Thanks for watching! ❤
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Gold Potential in Mali and Rwanda - Desert Gold Ventures
Sonny Janda, CEO for Desert Gold Ventures, shares this explorations plans for the future with their African projects. To see more videos like this one go to www.b-tv.com.
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Pulse News On The Go   7th July, 2016
Police in Asawase have banned all activities at the Asawase Community Centre until further notice following the stampede that killed nine people during a Salah party Thursday dawn. The Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) of Asokore-Mampong, Nurudeen Hamidan says identification process has begun for the public or families of the deceased to find their loved ones who died in the incident. Meanwhile, security agencies have started investigations into the matter. Senior law lecturer at the Faculty of Law, University of Ghana, Dr Raymond Atuguba, has said the Supreme Court of Ghana cannot order an automatic deletion of persons who registered onto the electoral roll using the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) cards as a proof of identification. According to him, such an order will be dangerous for the constitutional democracy in Ghana. Ghana’s Former First Lady, Nana Konadu Agyeman-Rawlings has restated her comments that she paid the tuition fees of the late broadcaster, Komla Dumor when he was at the University. The family of the late broadcaster earlier denied the assertions. But the presidential hopeful of the National Democratic Party (NDP) has stressed that she provided financial support to the late broadcaster at a time his family needed help. As if overtaking Ghana as the number one producer of cocoa is not enough, Ivory Coast is now threatening to usurp Ghana’s position as the number one mining hub in West Africa. This has been attributed to a reduction in investment in exploration, coupled with reforms in the mining code and security issues posed by illegal mining activities.
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CNN"s David McKenzie reports on the illegal miners who travel deep underground each day which he calls it the world"s worst job. To License This Clip, Click Here: http://collection.cnn.com/content/clip/370267866_001.do
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Experts reveal factors that influence mine development
Here’s a closer look at the mining sector in southern Africa, where many businesses have collapsed or flourished based on decisions made during the research and investigation phase. This is especially true in the diamond sector.
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Zim News: ED cornered over deteriorating economy
Zim News: ED cornered over deteriorating economy. PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday met captains of industry to tackle challenges in the economy, but the meeting failed to come up with solutions, according to people with knowledge of the meeting. BY FIDELITY MHLANGA Mnangagwa met leaders from the Bankers’ Association of Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce, Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries, Grain Millers’ Association of Zimbabwe, Consumer Council of Zimbabwe, Confederation of Zimbabwe Retailers and Chamber of Mines, among ot...
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Pan African Resources lowers the cost of gold production
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Invest In Ghana Ghana's wealth of resources, democratic political system and dynamic economy, makes it undoubtedly one of Africa's leading lights. Gaining the world's confidence with a peaceful political transition and a grounded and firm commitment to democracy has helped in expediting Ghana's growth in foreign direct investment (FDI) in recent years. Ghana has attracted the attention of well-known international businesses, investing in all sectors of our economy. All these investors have come to Ghana because they know we have a wonderful conducive social, political and economic environment in which they can invest, grow and be successful. Building on significant natural resources, our dear nation is committed to improving its physical infrastructure. Moreover, Ghana has recently embarked on an ambitious but achievable reform programme to improve the investment climate for both local and international investors. These efforts have paid off tremendously with Ghana being recognised by the World Bank Doing Business Report 2014 as the "Best Place for Doing Business in the ECOWAS Region". Also with the difficult times during last year where most countries did not show good growth levels due to the global economic downturn, Ghana had an economic growth rate provisional of 7.4% . As happy as we are to receive such recognition, we are even happier to see increased investments and re-investments in Ghana as a result of these ongoing reforms. Ghana has a solid tradition of investments in agriculture and agro-processing. The financial services and telecommunications sectors are fast gaining ground, providing dynamic and innovative services to the most diverse customers in the world. Further opportunities exist in manufacturing, ICT, and Tourism. Mineral deposits including gold and diamond abound, and with the discovery of oil, Ghana's famous black star has never shone brighter. The Ghana Investment Promotion Centre wish to welcome you all to our beautiful country. We trust you will find our reputation for unparalleled hospitality well-deserved, and our ability to triumph in challenging circumstances as steadfast as ever. We re-affirm our commitment to moving our continent forward and look forward to very useful engagements with you. Akwaaba!
South African Broadcasting Corporation Cancels Sowore's Interview by MrHowto: 6:14pm On Aug 03 For Calling Nigeria ‘South Africa’s Older Brother’, #SouthAfrican Broadcasting Corporation Cancels Interview With Sowore Presidential aspirant Omoyele Sowore has had his scheduled interview with the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) called off for describing Nigeria as “South Africa’s older brother” while appearing as a guest on eTV — South Africa’s first and only privately-owned free-to-air television station. #nigeria #politics #breakingNews #sowore #buhari While appearing on eTV, the interviewer had asked Sowore how he would improve trade relations between South Africa and Nigeria. “As we see, currently, South Africa exports 6.4billion rand but Nigeria imports 30.4 billion rand into South Africa. So how do you then take that to the next level?” the interviewer had asked. Responding, Sowore said: "So, let me tell you, we are your big brothers, not just to South Africa but Nigeria should be a big brother to the entire African continent. And Africa recognizes that. “And what I say about Nigeria is that it’s not just about personal relationships in trade. It’s that the humanity of Africans must be taken by Nigeria to the next level. That is to say it’s not just about import and export alone, but about the humanity that binds us together, about how we can position Africa to be a major player within the international trade system, so that Africa is not just a mining site where people come in, mine, and leave the continent in ruins, but Africa is such a place that Nigeria can play the role of connecting and integrating, because without an integration we cannot be a big continent in the international market. “What is happening to Africa right now is that the prices of whatever we produce are determined by the people buying them from us. When they process, they determine the prices at which we’re buying from them. Africa must produce or perish. That’s the problem. And Nigeria should lead that; and that is where South Africa will come in. It’s not about South Africa alone, it’s about Sudan, it’s about Congo; it’s about all of Africa. And that is where we are important. It is the reason why the entire African continent must look up to what is happening to Nigeria next year, because it affects our progress as a continent.” The comment prompted the cancellation of the SABC interview — a move Sowore responded to by expressing little surprise, noting that the South African government never made it a duty to educate its citizens about Nigeria’s financial and political interventions at the heat of the apartheid struggle. “Our interview with SABC this afternoon has been cancelled as a result of my pronouncement on eTV earlier today stating that Nigeria is South Africa’s older brother and our citizens should be treated with respect,” Sowore said through a press statement released by his #TakeItBack movement. “I am not surprised that the management of these media houses took umbrage — it’s not like the South African government make it their duty to remind their people that the Nigerian government bankrolled Mandela’s ANC back in the 70s and 80s. “Our universities were full of South African students being sponsored by the Nigerian government. We played a very significant role in bringing about the end of apartheid. The South Africans have repaid our generosity with bloodshed and xenophobia, their government almost turning a blind eye to the incessant killings of Nigerians in South Africa. “Once again, let me reiterate: the #TakeItBack movement and subsequent government will NOT tolerate the flagrant waste of Nigerian life – whether at home or abroad. So the South African media houses may pull shows or try to change the narrative, but please note that the message remains the same – the hurricane is coming and it will demand justice. #EndXenophobia #NigerianLivesMatter #FreedomFighter #ShoDemDWay.”
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Tanzania today is a land of countless business opportunities. Over the past two decades, it has been transformed from a centrally planned economy to a market oriented system through successful implementation of legal, regulatory and institutional reforms. The Government has encouraged private sector led growth through restoration of market forces and less interference in commercial activities. Overall, the reforms have resulted into positive growth trends and impressive macro-economic indicators with inflation rates falling from 27.4% in 1995 to about 5.6% in 2005/06. Real GDP growth has averaged more than 6% during the last six years. Growth is based on solid macroeconomic foundations that strengthen the country's economy and rule out the possibility of a crisis in the medium term. In its recently published World Economic Outlook (April 2010), IMF predicts that the economies of East African countries of Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania to be among the fastest growing economies in the world next year. Growth rates predicted for Tanzania is 6.7%, Uganda 6.4% and for Kenya 5.8% Main Sectors Agriculture The share of agriculture is 46.4% of the total GDP. Crops account for almost 34.6% and livestock almost 6.0%. However, the share of agriculture has been declining since the 1990s as a result of considerable growth in other sectors such as mining. Major cash crops include coffee, cotton, tea, tobacco and cashew nuts as well as horticultural and floricultural products. Main food crops are maize, rice, pulses and wheat. Mining Major minerals included gold, diamonds, and base metal such as nickel, cobalt and copper. Gem-stones (ruby, sapphire and tanzanite), iron ore and coal. It is the continent's third largest gold producer after South Africa and Ghana. Mining is the fastest-growing sector in Tanzania in terms of its share in Tanzania in terms of its share of exports which stands at around 40 percent. Manufacturing Main industries include those for cement, beverages, corrugated iron sheets, iron and steel products, cigarette, plastic and textile products. There is increasing evidence that the manufacturing sector is recovering with its contribution to real GDP growing by 9.0 percent in 2005 compared to 8.8 percent in 2004. Tourism Tanzania is the only country in the world to allocate more than 25% of its total area to wildlife parks and game reserve. It has 14 national parks, 17 game reserves, 50 game controlled areas, a conservation area, two marine parks and two marine reserves. ICT In little more than 6 years, the four private operators for mobile telecommunications have about 6mn subscribers in 25 cities. Several foreign companies, such as CelTel, Vodacom, Etisalat and Millicom have already invested in Tanzania and attest to the enormous growth potential of the sector. However, Tanzania's teledensity is still low, with the number of fixed and mobile cellular lines currently standing at 12 telephone lines per 1000 people. Business Environment and Reforms Tanzania embarked on a wide ranging reform program since the mid-1990s in order to provide an enabling business environment that would facilitate the development of the private sector. Among other initiatives is the Business Environment Strengthening for Tanzania (BEST) program that was initiated as a result of public private dialogue
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Interview with CDS Masanneh Kinteh onThe Gambia Security Sector Reform Retreat
Interview with CDS Masanneh Kinteh onThe Gambia Security Sector Reform Retreat
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Louis James: Junior Mining Investors Should Move to Puerto Rico! - 6/15/14
Collin Kettell met up with Louis James in Dallas last weekend at the Stansberry Resource Conference to learn about his recent move to Puerto Rico. Tax incentives implemented by the Puerto Rican government is making the country a fantastic destination for U.S. Citizens. Louis moved to the island a few months back and he is not regretting it one bit... Louis explains the primary tax incentives that have been made available to individuals -- Act 20 & Act 22. Act 22 grants individuals moving to Puerto Rico a zero capital gains tax for a 20 year period. Louis stresses that this is for Puerto Rican gains which applies to any real estate holdings and any stock investments held by a Puerto Rican resident. By moving to the country, any gains made on a forward basis will have zero tax. Louis points out that there is no lower tax in the world and there is no jurisdiction other than a U.S. Territory like Puerto Rico that could offer this to U.S. Citizens. With enormous gains ahead for the resource sector, Louis believes that now is an incredible time for resource investors to take advantage of Act 22. Act 20 allows individuals to set up a Puerto Rican company with corporate taxes between 3-4%. Louis points out that you must still pay yourself a reasonable salary, but profits that remain in a Puerto Rican company benefit from a very low tax. Louis has set up a company in Puerto Rico and he exports his writing services to Casey Research in Vermont. We ask Louis about the quality of life in Puerto Rico and he describes it as a mixed basket -- paradise on the one hand and a bit of third world on the other. He suggests prospective buyers come down for a week and get a feel for the country prior to relocating. Moving away from Puerto Rico,we ask Louis to tell our listeners abut an obscure country that has exciting mining potential -- Burkina Faso. Neighboring Ghana is now the second largest gold producer in Africa and shares similar geology to Burkina Faso. Burkina Faso has witnessed Ghana's success over the past few years and is working hard to create a strong mining industry. Louis has seen companies in Burkina Faso get permitted and into production in just six months -- unheard of in most places in the world. Finally, Louis shares his favorite commodity play at this time in the market -- platinum group metals. He sees a lot of supply side troubles in South Africa, as well as a strong worldwide demand. Louis is most keen on the precious metals and the base metals, and the platinum group metals combine the best of both worlds. Listeners can visit www.internationalman.com to order a detailed report on Puerto Rico.
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Ghana Oil & Gas Summit 2013 - News Coverage at AICC, Accra, Ghana
The 4th Ghana Oil and Gas Summit conference and exhibition collocated with the Ghana Power conference took place at the AICC, in Accra on 23-25 April 2013. Follow the CWC Group on: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/CWCAfrican Twitter - https://twitter.com/CWCAfrica LinkedIn - http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Ghana-Oil-Gas-Summit-2473765?trk=my_groups-b-grp-v The 2013 events, organised by the CWC Group and Kros Ghana, attracted 356 delegates, 104 exhibitors, 3,048 visitors and 14 sponsors making it the largest oil, gas and power gathering in Ghana. They also benefited from the continued support by His Excellency President John Dramani Mahama, the endorsement from the Ministry of Energy and Petroleum, GNPC, Petroleum Commission, Ghana Gas, Volta River Authority, GRIDCo, Electricity Company Ghana and a proven track-record, enabling the events to be recognised throughout the industry as the most established and prestigious for networking and debate.
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Chamber of Mines has responded to the 2014 mining charter's targets
The Chamber of Mines has made a robust response to the Department of Mineral Resource's findings that the industry has fallen short of the 2014 mining charter's targets. In a hastily convened press conference this morning, the Chamber said the DMR's findings were not a fair reflection of what the sector has achieved. For more News visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SABCNewsOnline?lang=en Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SABCNewsOnline
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Ethiopia aims to become Africa's biggest manufacturing hub
Ethiopia is working to become Africa's biggest manufacturing hub in about a decade's time. The country's Investment Commission says a plan that started out as a hub for light-manufacturing plants has grown into one of leading manufacturing projects on the continent. CGTN's Girum Chala has asked the commission's Fitsum Arega why industrialization is touted as the path towards the national economic transformation of Ethiopia. Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
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VISAS For Sale: NDC Party Office Turned 'VISA HEADQUARTERS'
Following the announcement of reforms in visa acquisition procedures, among other things, by the US embassy, the US Ambassador to Ghana, Robert Jackson, has come under intense backlash with a lot of Ghanaians throwing salvos from all angles directed at him. Some have even questioned the motive behind a drastic reform withdrawing courtesies and protocols accorded members of parliament and some politicians. But what we tend to overlook is the bitter truth that the diplomatic community in Ghana are wide awake and privy to all those tricks that amount to Visa racketeering. Coincidentally, this paper has established from a damning undercover video currently in our possession that the main opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) party office near Paloma Hotel was a busy spot for Visa racketeering during the party reign. This happened under the full glare of then President John Mahama. As the party in power, capacity building workshops and other international invitations from NDC internationally-affiliated socialist groups were abused. The NDC party office was virtually turned into all manner of visa trades where a special account was created at Fidelity Bank for transactions. The video has private undercover investigators posing as desperate travelers who thronged the NDC party office in search of opportunities to travel abroad to make a better living. It was also shocking to learn that this practice is seen as a major reward package for NDC foot soldiers who could afford paying some aspects of the costs. It was nail-biting to discover that a whopping sum of ‘Obama USD$ 7,000 and $1,500’ were amounts mentioned as charges from prospective migrants. All these being demanded and captured on the video tape. This goes a long a way to vindicate the US Embassy to the effect that the embassy was right in stripping some politicians off their protocols and courtesies under international conventions. It was clear these fraudulent activities took centre stage through the help of well-known big hands from the party leadership. All they cared about was amassing wealth and nothing short of that. The private investigators engaged one of the most popular activists at the party office whose name was only given as Dela. He was the point man at the centre of collecting the visa monies but the first point of call was this guy at the reception who gave details of how the whole visa deal works; then Dela took over from him to the next stage of the process.
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Agriculture is currently the biggest contributor to Ghana's GDP
(www.abndigital.com) Agriculture is currently the biggest contributor to Ghana's GDP. But over the last decade its contribution has declined from 51% to 36% of GDP. As a result, the rural poor now account for almost three quarters of Ghanaians who live below the poverty line. To combat this, Ghana has initiated a breadbasket strategy to ensure its food security, create jobs, and increase investment in the agricultural sector. Sue Beukes spoke to Kwesi Ahwoi, Ghana's Minister of Agriculture about this initiative, as well as other challenges facing growth in this sector .
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African leadership debate - Mjadala Africa 2016
Leadership debate for candidates contesting for the position of the Chairperson of the African Union Commission on 9 December 2016. The debate was hosted at the headquarters of the African Union in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Moderators - Girum Chala and Alain Foka.
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Good governance key to infrustructure development in South Africa
African countries need greater collaboration on infrastructure development. Not so new, but that's one of the major issues that came out of a two day African infrastructure conference held in Johannesburg. CCTVs Yolisa Njamela with the story
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Live.Love.Africa: The Voodoo Festival After Party Ouidah, Benin 2017
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An exclusive report on the trauma of nineteen illegal miners trapped in a Northern Cape diamond mine. A struggle to survive in the province's ghost mining towns amid unsafe mine dumps.
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WUS2015 Uranium mining wastes in North-America: best practices & issues
PAUL ROBINSON (USA) Research director, Southwest Research and Information Centre THE SYMPOSIUM The World Uranium Symposium addressed issues arising from the nuclear fuel chain, from mining uranium to its end-uses and byproducts for civilian or military purposes. Both scientific and community-based, the Symposium was organized around the following themes: health, environment, economy, ethics, governance, human rights and the rights of indigenous peoples. Open to the public, the symposium had hosted more than 300 people per day from 14 to 16 April 2015, and had included local, national and international representatives from the sectors of health, research, industry, education, civil society, policy makers and indigenous communities. local, national and/or international media were present. All presentations of the symposium will be posted in electronic formats (text and / or videos) after the Symposium, in French and / or English. • April 14 (Day 1): Uranium mines and the nuclear life cycle : health and environmental issues • April 15 (Day 2): Civil and military nuclear : ethics, economics and political issues • April 16 (Day 3): Human rights, indigenous peoples' rights and governance issues ORGANIZATIONS INVOLVED The Symposium is jointly organized by Physicians for Global Survival (1985 Nobel Peace Prize), the Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment, Nature Québec, the Canadian Coalition for Nuclear Responsibility and the Coalition pour que le Québec ait meilleure mine. It also receives support from the International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (Swiss chapter), the First Nations of Quebec and Labrador Sustainable Development Institute, the Cree Nation of Mistissini, MiningWatch Canada, and a number of other local, national and international partners. CONTEXT The Symposium is occurring at a time when many organizations and governments question the future of nuclear power, currently providing about 11% of the world’s electricity. The year 2015 also marks the seventieth anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and the corresponding United Nations negotiations of the Non Proliferation Treaty for the prevention and the abolition of nuclear arms. It will also see the tabling on a new UN treaty on climate change. Canada is one of the largest producers and exporters of uranium worldwide, yet its nuclear energy output is in relative decline. Only two provinces still operate nuclear reactors: Ontario and New Brunswick. While uranium has been primarily mined from Saskatchewan, the provinces of British Columbia and Nova Scotia have officially banned uranium mining. Quebec recently shut down its sole nuclear reactor and has tasked the Bureau d’audiences publiques sur l’environnement (BAPE) with conducting an investigation on issues related to uranium mining. It is expected to release its report by May 20 2015. The Symposium aims to tackle these different issues and to provide recommendations to decision makers to better ensure protection for the human health, global security and a safe environment
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Orca Gold Series #3 - Newsletter Support! Eric Muschinski / Gold Investment Letter
Newsletter support can be a game-changing factor for many junior mining stocks. I’m happy to see 'official' support come through from Eric Muschinski & his Gold Investment Letter! This video is about why this matters, and how to do this type of research on your own. And some neat stuff specific to the Gold Investment Letter as well! See key links from the video below: Gold Investment Letter - http://www.goldinvestmentletter.com/ Twitter Handle - https://twitter.com/GoldInvestLtr Orca Gold News Release Link- Orca Gold Announces Closing of Private Placement http://www.orcagold.com/news/news-releases/2016/orca-gold-announces-closing-of-private-placement GIL FALL 2016 REVIEW Gold: Its Role in the World and History http://www.goldinvestmentletter.com/gil-fall-2016-review/ My Sarama Resources video from April 2016 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TlQ-v6ildaE Orca Gold Room at CEO.CA - https://ceo.ca/org Orca Series #1 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4iFtEWMXeEU Orca Series #2 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1l3Rk9xgX0s The best place to discuss ANY content of this video further, whether focused on Orca Gold or CEO.CA: https://ceo.ca/mbgtrends ----------- *DISCLOSURE: MiningBookGuy owns shares in Orca Gold (ORG on the TSXV in Canada), and much of the information is biased. MiningBookGuy does not have any relationship with the companies, and may buy or sell shares at any time in the future. MiningBookGuy is not a registered investment advisor and advises you to do your own due diligence (DYODD) with a licensed investment advisor prior to making any investment decisions. These companies are highly speculative and not suitable for all investors. This video contains certain forward-looking information and forward-looking statements within the meaning of applicable securities legislation (collectively “forward-looking statements”). Certain information contained herein constitutes “forward-looking information” under Canadian securities legislation. Generally, forward-looking information can be identified by the use of forward-looking terminology such as “expects”, “believes”, “aims to”, “plans to” or “intends to” or variations of such words and phrases or statements that certain actions, events or results “will” occur. Forward-looking statements are based on the opinions and estimates of management as of the date such statements are made and they are subject to known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause the actual results, level of activity, performance or achievements of the Company to be materially different from those expressed by such forward-looking statements or forward-looking information, standard transaction risks; impact of the transaction on the parties; and risks relating to financings; regulatory approvals; foreign country operations and volatile share prices. Although management of the Company has attempted to identify important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those contained in forward-looking statements or forward-looking information, there may be other factors that cause results not to be as anticipated, estimated or intended. There can be no assurance that such statements will prove to be accurate, as actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. Actual results may differ materially from those currently anticipated in such statements. Accordingly, readers should not place undue reliance on forward-looking statements and forward looking information. The Company does not undertake to update any forward-looking statements or forward-looking information that are incorporated by reference herein, except as required by applicable securities laws. Always thoroughly do your own due diligence and talk to a licensed investment adviser prior to making any investment decisions. Junior resource companies can easily lose 100% of their value so read company profiles on www.SEDAR.com for important risk disclosures. It’s your money and your responsibility. Mining Stocks Gold Miners gold mining stocks penny stocks penny stock penny gold stock penny gold stocks mining stocks mining stock penny mining stocks penny mining stock penny stocks 2017 mining stocks 2017 mining stock 2017 junior mining stocks 2017 junior mining stocks junior gold miners junior gold stocks junior gold stocks 2017 best junior miners best junior miners 2017 Orca Gold Sudan Adolf Lundin Lukas Lundin Ross Beaty Ross Beatty
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West Africa Breakfast Briefing
On 22 May 2013 Menas Associates hosted our fourth event with Clyde & Co entitled "the geo-economic shifts in West Africa." As Asian and South American companies invest billions of dollars in energy, industry and mines in West Africa, the region is becoming vastly more competitive for Western companies. Governments across the region are demanding better deals from companies on taxes and royalties as well as technology transfer and local content. At the same time, civic activists and opposition politicians are demanding far higher standards of transparency and accountability from companies and governments. A new generation of leaders, Presidents Jonathan and Mahama in Nigeria and Ghana respectively, and Ouattara and Condé in Côte d'Ivoire and Guinea, all publicly back economic and political reform but insist jobs are the top priority. Although West Africa's economies have been growing at an average of over 6% a year for a decade, they have not generated enough new jobs to keep pace with population growth. The jobs crisis has worsened other causes of regional instability: trans-border crime such as drugs and people trafficking; political/religious insurgencies; environmental degradation and despoliation; poor provision of health and education in rapidly urbanising areas. Our speaker Patrick Smith examined the reform record of governments in Nigeria, Ghana, Côte d'Ivoire and Guinea; the strengths and weaknesses of the incumbent governments; the main arguments over policy and who's winning; and prospects for political change in the next round of elections. Patrick Smith is a senior associate at Menas Associates, publisher of Africa Confidential and Africa-Asia Confidential, and Editor-in-Chief of the Paris-based Africa Report since 1991. He has lived and worked in West, East and Southern Africa for more than 30 years. A regular commentator on the BBC, in the last year he has reported on the new democracy movements in Libya, Tunisia and Egypt, as well as national elections in Nigeria, the start-up of commercial oil production in Ghana, the regional security crisis in East Africa and the ruling party's ructions in South Africa. He is also a regular contributor to the Guardian, the Observer, the Economist and other international media. About Menas Associates Menas Associates is an information provider and political risk consultancy specialising in analysis and consulting services to businesses and governments operating in developing markets. Established in 1978, Menas has evolved to reflect the changing demands for information and analysis on international political and investment conditions. Menas Associates publishes regular reports which identify and explain key issues, monitor emerging trends, track key political changes and offer long-term assessments of stability for businesses. If you would like further information about this seminar, please contact: Jessica Jones Menas Associates E: [email protected] For more details about Menas Associates please visit: www.menas.co.uk
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Foreign direct investment in African mining decline.
A number of risks on the African continent have seen foreign direct investment in African mining decline. That's the view of consultancy group Grant Thornton. However, it does say as infrastructure improves on the continent, so, too, will investment. Meanwhile, Mineral Resources Minister Susan Shabangu told a delegation of African mining ministers that Africa's natural resource endowment had the potential to eliminate poverty and inequality on the continent.
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Minister disappoints some miners seeking pay from employers
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