Congo throws power deficit to top of agenda

MINING INDABA 2016by Liesl Peyper | Wed, 10 Feb 2016
Democratic of Congo mines minister, Martin Kabwelulu, said there were no plans to change the country's mining code and said investment in power was crucial. Read ›

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