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mining localities such as Prestea and Noyem, where lands have been demarcated to multinationals, galamsey have converged to work near-surface deposits that these companies cannot extract economically.3 Artisanal operators, therefore, are not only working deposits that would

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2021-8-12 · How the Mining Industry Undermines Liberation Movements in Southern Africa: Journal of Southern African Affairs. Volume 4 #3. July. p. 301-324. Moyana, Tatirenyika (1979) Creating an African Middle Class: The Political Economy of Education and Exploitation in Zimbabwe:

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2021-8-23 · With the initial investment by these multinationals from 2020 to 2025 amounting to about $60-billion, it is envisaged that these projects will elevate Mozambique to fourth- or fifth-largest LNG producer in the world, which will result in Mozambique''s gross domestic product rising by about 8% to 10% a year in real terms over the next 30 years.

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2004-3-26 · IBM and Fujitsu have also been named, while mining giant Rio Tinto was added to the list on Monday. "These firms knowingly propped up the Apartheid state and made huge profits by doing so,'''' said Jubilee SA spokesman Neville Gabriel.

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2017-3-14 · The relocation was intended to free up their land to be ceded to conservation, tourism, fracking and diamond mining (Vidal 2014), with half of the reserve now reported to be allocated to multinationals (Barbee, Dutschke, and Smith 2013).

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2017-3-14 · The relocation was intended to free up their land to be ceded to conservation, tourism, fracking and diamond mining (Vidal 2014), with half of the reserve now reported to be allocated to multinationals (Barbee, Dutschke, and Smith 2013).

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2021-8-13 · International Review of Social History. Volume 66 #S29. p. 181-214. Canadian Journal of African Studies. Volume 54 #2. p. 265-280. Nigeria; Leiden: IFRA Nigeria; African Studies Centre Leiden (ASCL). West African politics and society (WAPOSO) series #4. 218p. Canadian Journal of African …

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2017-4-17 · In fact, since the end of the civil war, the manufacturing sector achieved higher growth rates than the already booming mining sector. Since 2002, the manufacturing and construction sector realized average annual growth rates of 13.5 percent and 16 percent, respectively, compared to 9 percent in the mining sector (Table 1). Thus, even though ...

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2021-9-11 · Supports communities which live alongside oil, gas, and mining facilities. Helps them negotiate with business & government. Produced an observer report for the April 2007 state and federal elections, Further Rigging.

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2016-6-30 · Anglovaal, a private mining company, acquired rights to the German Fischer–Tropsch process for converting coal into liquid fuel in the 1930s, and its subsidiary, SATMAR, converted torbanite into petrol and was an important precursor …

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2016-4-22 · Spain''s state mining company EMINSA (later FOSBUCRAA) built the Fos Bucraa mine in 1968, including a 60-mile-long conveyor belt (the longest of its kind in the world) to transport the riches to the Atlantic ocean for export. Forty-six years on, Morocco makes use of this mine to dominate the global phosphate market with an 85% share.

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2021-9-4 · Yacob-Haliso, Olajumoke (2019) Intersectionalities and access in fieldwork in postconflict Liberia: Motherland, motherhood, and minefields: African Affairs: The Journal of …

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2021-9-4 · Yacob-Haliso, Olajumoke (2019) Intersectionalities and access in fieldwork in postconflict Liberia: Motherland, motherhood, and minefields: African Affairs: The Journal of the Royal African …

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On his way to Kinshasa while leading the first civil war in 1996-1997, Kabila signed many deals with multinationals and mining companies such as the American Mineral Fields, Anglo-American, some Belgian investors such as Texaf, George Forest International and others.

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developed copper-mining enclave, owned by two multinationals: the South African Anglo-American Corporation and the American Metal Climax. Ownership in manufacturing industry was divided between multinationals and white settlers, while commercial farming was predominantly in the hands of settlers. Both manufacturing and com-

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2021-7-17 · The mining multinationals and the Zambian economy The African Review: A Journal of African Politics, Development and International Affairs . Volume 17 #1-2. p. 66-79.

The paradox of petrodollar development: Chad''s military ...

2016-11-15 · ABSTRACTThis paper examines the Chadian government''s overwhelming preoccupation with state security, rather than individual security, as evidenced by its huge expenditure on arms rather than on poverty-alleviating development projects following the unprecedented influx of petrodollars in the years since production began in 2003. This overemphasis on state security demonstrates a mismatch ...

Varieties of residential capitalism in Africa: Urban ...

2017-3-16 · Its investments in Africa include finance, mining, utilities, infrastructure, and real estate. Eleven of its projects are in the real estate sector; all but one has taken place since 2008. 76 Although few PE firms have invested as much as Actis in the real estate market, holding companies and PE firms are financing and managing large, mixed-use ...

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2020-3-19 · (2020). Agricultural corridors as ''demonstration fields'': infrastructure, fairs and associations along the Beira and Nacala corridors of Mozambique. Journal of …

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2021-8-13 · International Review of Social History. Volume 66 #S29. p. 181-214. Canadian Journal of African Studies. Volume 54 #2. p. 265-280. Nigeria; Leiden: IFRA Nigeria; African Studies Centre Leiden (ASCL). West African politics and society (WAPOSO) series …

Regulating the Activities of Oil Multinationals in Nigeria ...

2015-10-6 · Footnote 71 EITI sets a global standard for transparency in oil, gas and mining. Footnote 72 It aims to promote transparency and accountability in payments made by extractive corporations to government and government agents. Footnote 73 …