MMG owns and operates the Kinsevere copper mine located approximately 35 kilometres from Lubumbashi – the second largest city in the DRC. There are around 26 communities near the mine, and together with local leaders and our partners we deliver programs supporting health, education, poverty alleviation and the empowerment of women and . The Democratic Republic of the Congo traditionally has experienced difficulty in converting its mineral wealth into widespread economic growth, especially as a result of graft. In November 2017, Bloomberg reported that $750 million in royalties and other payments to state-owned mining company Gecamines had disappeared, representing around two-thirds of what it should have acquired over a three

Chemaf Copper and Cobalt. A source of national pride.

Chemaf has a critically important role to play in providing the market with high quality, responsibly sourced cobalt and copper. Established in 2001, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Chemaf is perfectly positioned to meet the demands of worldwide

Workers in a wolframite and casserite mine in Congo in 2007. The reason that these vast natural riches have not translated into a more widely shared prosperity for Congolese people lies in global patterns of economic exploitation and the way those have been intertwined with political authoritarianism.

Congo's state mining company Gecamines decided to increase the output of copper mining by 45 percent this year itself because the company itself seeking funds for new projects.Democratic Republic of the Congo plans to more than double the royalties it levies

This could be a golden opportunity for the Democratic Republic of Congo, where the majority of the population lives in poverty. The country produces more than a million tons of copper per year, holds the largest reserves of cobalt in the world and is responsible for 60 percent of global cobalt production.

2015/5/4In eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, 4 in 10 women in artisanal mining face sexual abuse to gain access to work or basic goods Recent research suggests that such abuses are due to everyday actors—rather than armed groups—that take advantage of vulnerable populations based on livelihoods, education and economic access

AVZ Minerals Limited

AVZ Minerals Limited is a mineral exploration company focused on developing the Manono Project, potentially one of the world's largest lithium-rich LCT (lithium, caesium, tantalum) pegmatite deposits. Manono is located in the south of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) in central Africa. AVZ's

MMG owns and operates the Kinsevere copper mine located approximately 35 kilometres from Lubumbashi – the second largest city in the DRC. There are around 26 communities near the mine, and together with local leaders and our partners we deliver programs supporting health, education, poverty alleviation and the empowerment of women and .

The Kinsenda Project currently ranks as one of the world's highest grade copper deposits with declared mineral resources of 20.7 million tonnes at a grade of 5.6% copper. Kinsenda is situated within the Democratic Republic of Congo, near the border town of

2017/8/23Armed groups in the Democratic Republic of the Congo have committed severe human rights abuses. These groups are financed in part by exploiting the mining and trade of conflict minerals—particularly gold. The official supply chain for small-scale (artisanal) mined gold in the DRC involves multiple actors, each required to obtain government authorization.

Republic of the Congo, known by its French acronym MONUSCO. By way of background, there are 19,000 UN peacekeepers including troops, police, and civilians currently serving in Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) to promote peace and security in a

MMG owns and operates the Kinsevere copper mine located approximately 35 kilometres from Lubumbashi – the second largest city in the DRC. There are around 26 communities near the mine, and together with local leaders and our partners we deliver programs supporting health, education, poverty alleviation and the empowerment of women and .

Oil and gas dominate the extraction industries of the Republic of the Congo (French: Rpublique du Congo), also referred to as Congo-Brazzaville. The petroleum industry accounted for 89% of the country's exports in 2010.[1] Among African crude oil producers in 2010, The Congo ranked seventh.[2] Nearly all of the country's hydrocarbons were

With a surface area equivalent to that of Western Europe, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is the largest country in Sub-Saharan Africa. While its poverty rate has fallen slightly over the past two decades, particularly in rural areas, the DRC nonetheless

DRC's largest mine was just sold. And DRC got nothing.

The largest copper mine in the Democratic Republic of Congo. (Photo: Johnny Hogg / Reuters) Sales like these are much more common (and legal) than you might imagine. Kathleen Brophy is a Research Assistant for Extractive Industries at Oxfam America.

Verbeekite, monoclinic PdSe2, a new mineral from the Musonoi Cu-Co-Mn-U mine, near Kolwezi, Shaba Province, Democratic Republic of Congo. Mineralogical Magazine, 66(1), 173-179.; Wilson, W. E. (2018) The Musonoi mine, Kolwezi District, Lualaba

M'fouati, M'fouati District, Bouenza Department, Republic of the Congo : 'Mfouati lies about 55km west of Mindouli and is dominated by a large limestone hill with manganese wad filled fractures that were mined for primarily for lead, and zinc with some subordinate

2015/5/4In eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, 4 in 10 women in artisanal mining face sexual abuse to gain access to work or basic goods Recent research suggests that such abuses are due to everyday actors—rather than armed groups—that take advantage of vulnerable populations based on livelihoods, education and economic access

Banro Corporation Ltd. is a growing Central African producer focused on its four wholly-owned gold in the South Kivu and Maniema provinces the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Banro have operating in the DRC since 2004, and is committed expanding its business, building value and creating a sustainable future for all stakeholders.

Afrimines Resources SPRL, based in Democratic Republic of the Congo, owns various mining resources. In May 2008 Tiger Resources announced that it had secured the rights to explore several new and highly prospective tenements in Katanga in partnership with Afrimines Resources and Katanga Minerals Holdings. [24]

We produce cobalt mainly as a by-product of copper mining in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), but also as a by-product of nickel mining in Australia and Canada. We are also one of the largest recyclers and processors of cobalt-bearing materials, such as used batteries – helping secure the supply of the metal at a time of increasing demand.

M'fouati, M'fouati District, Bouenza Department, Republic of the Congo : 'Mfouati lies about 55km west of Mindouli and is dominated by a large limestone hill with manganese wad filled fractures that were mined for primarily for lead, and zinc with some subordinate