Ghana: Energy Firm Turns to South African Court Over Dispute With Ghana What’s not to like about Ghana for international business investors? Its ‘middle income’ economy helps, and the fact that it is a constitutional democracy with a strong judicial system. Not to mention the cachet of its being the first African country to throw
Tanzania’s firebrand leader takes on its largest gold miner “IF THEY accept that they stole from us and seek forgiveness in front of God and the angels and all Tanzanians and enter into negotiations, we are ready to do business.” As conciliatory gestures go, that one by John Magufuli, Tanzania’s president, to Acacia Mining, the
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International arbitration: bankrolling arbitrations – scope for third party funding in African international arbitrations? | Lexology Third party funding in international arbitration has become a hot topic of late, receiving relatively equal praise and criticism. This type of funding…
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The International Arbitration Bill: South Africa as a preferred Arbitration Venue on the Horizon? | Lexology As the world becomes more globalised and as ongoing international investment interest and economic growth across Africa continues unabated, a sound…
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