Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI)

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26 May 2017
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Author: RFI

"Arrestations d’orpailleurs dans le nord-est de la Guinée", 25 mai 2017...

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7 May 2017

So. Africa: Mineral Governance Barometer for Southern Africa launched; pilot study reviews mining regulations in 10 countries

Author: Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa & Southern Africa Resource Watch (South Africa)

This pilot study provides a barometer of mineral governance in ten Southern African countries: Botswana, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. The barometer takes...

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21 April 2017

US Govt. signals it may reverse domestic steps on extractive industry revenue transparency - move is counter to global trend

Author: Zorka Milin, Senior Legal Advisor at Global Witness, on Global Anticorruption Blog

The U.S. Retreat from Extractive Industry Transparency–What Next?, 13 Apr 2017...

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14 April 2017
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11 April 2017

New Report by Global Witness & Finance Uncovered says Shell and Eni were involved in a corrupt oil deal which deprived the Nigerian people of more than $1.1 billion

A new report by Global Witness and Finance Uncovered reveals how Shell and Eni allegedly participated in a vast bribery scheme for one of Africa’s most valuable oil blocks, known as OPL 245 in Nigeria. Top executives at Shell allegedly knew that money...

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5 April 2017

EITI ramps up reporting requirements for oil, gas & mining companies to include disclosure on project-level payments to govts.

Author: Global Witness

"Major step forward in anti-corruption fight as global transparency standard ramps up reporting requirements for oil, gas and mining companies", 9 Mar 2017...

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20 March 2017
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17 March 2017
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Author: Jean Pierre Malou, Sud Quotidien (Sénégal)

On assiste à une gestion opaque des ressources minières du Sénégal. Tout se passe entre les sociétés minières, le ministre de tutelle et le président de la République. Les Sénégalais doivent rester vigilants et exigeants par rapport à la gestion de...

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8 March 2017

Dem. Rep. of Congo: Glencore redirected mining payments due to state-owned firm to businessman Dan Gertler, says Global Witness

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7 March 2017
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