As demand for raw materials rises, African governments are looking to negotiate more profitable arrangements with mining companies.
Helios Towers, an African mobile phone towers operator, has ditched plans to list on the London Stock Exchange after the value of the shares being …
With the world economic situation improving, the prospects for Africa’s minerals are looking up.
As the rule of law and democracy come under increasing pressure across the continent, Africans cannot afford to be complacent.
Why do conflict mineral regulations matter and why does Donald Trump want to abolish the rules?
President Trump is considering getting rid of conflict mineral regulations, which could reverse the progress made in the DRC.
The government of the DRC plans to invest in its mining sector.
A series of photos from across Africa rounding up the news.
With growth predicted at 8.7 % in 2014, the DRC has confirmed its lift-off and proven that its economic potential is one of the strongest …
The head of the government of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) travelled across the Netherlands for three days, stacking up meetings with Dutch …