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Is Zambia exporting access to justice to England?

‘There must come a time when access to justice in this type of case will not be achieved by exporting cases …’ that was the conclusion of the Court of Appeal of England and Wales in a case between Zambian claimants and an English mining company.

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Human Rights

Kogi Iron Provides Progress Update

Kogi Iron Limited (ASX: KFE) reported to the market that the Beneficiation phase of the testwork has been completed on schedule. The next phase of the testwork is the Smelting and our consultants have indicated that this will be completed by end of February 2018 as currently targeted. 460 more words

Daily ASX News

Materials & Minerals Processing Professional Interview

Please tell us about yourself. How did you end up in such an offbeat, unconventional and unusual career?

Growing up in a small coastal village in Kerala, India, I never thought of studying and working in a foreign country until the latter half of my Bachelor’s degree. 562 more words


Can You Really Make Money Mining Bitcoins?

(Source: sg.finance.yahoo.com)

If you want to join in the bitcoin frenzy without simply buying the digital currency at today’s inflated prices, then bitcoin mining is another way to get involved. 649 more words

Current Affairs

Garlic Coin: The new hot Crypto!

Garlicoin is hot out of the oven and ready to serve you with its buttery goodness.
Forked from LTC, this decentralized cryptocurrency with no new technology (except it’s ASIC resistant!!) will help you through the darkest times in your life. 20 more words


Transfer fees: BTC vs ETH vs LTC vs BCH

I have been tossing around this question quite a bit; which crypto will hold sustainability and “win” as the widely accepted currency. BTC is beginning to loose that race, and quite quickly. 832 more words

Market Trends

Sucre and Potosi

Bolivia was my first stop in South America. I started in Sucre and Potosi, two cities in the southern part of the country.


The main reason why I started in Bolivia – and Sucre in particular – was to take Spanish lessons. 976 more words