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Fasken Named Global Mining Law Firm of the Year by Who’s Who Legal for 11th Time

5th June 2019 Toronto (Canada) - For the eleventh time, Fasken has been recognized as the world’s top Global Mining Law Firm of the Year by Who’s Who Legal for 2019, which is also the fifth consecutive win for the Firm. Fasken has received this award more than any other law firm in the world. Fasken has earned... 

Kangnas Wind Farm and Perdekraal East Wind Farm, South Africa

24th May 2019 Turbine tower sections for the wind farms are being transported from the Port of Saldanha Bay and from Atlantis to the project sites. 

Minerals Council Files Application to Review and set Aside Certain Provisions of The Mining Charter 2018

3rd April 2019 On 26 March 2019, the Minerals Council of South Africa ("Council") instituted an application with the High Court, Pretoria, for  a judicial review and setting aside of certain provisions of the Broad Based Socio-Economic Empowerment Charter for the Mining and Minerals Industry 2018 (the "Mining... 

Canadian mining companies under siege in proxy contests – law firm

22nd February 2019 The number of proxy contests in Canada reached a four-year high in 2018, jumping to 13, including ten board-related contests, seven of which were in the mining or oil and gas sectors, according to international law firm Fasken. The seven mining-related board contests include Detour Gold... 
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EPP forms JV to manage Poland office buildings

JSE-listed property company EPP has established a joint venture with pan-European private equity real estate platform Henderson Park, which will acquire a 70% interest in EPP's Polish office building portfolio. EPP will retain a 30% interest in the portfolio, which comprises 11 newly built office... 

Extreme weather is shaking up Africa's corn trade

At least three African nations will need to import more corn this year after extreme weather from cyclones to drought devastated crops, sparking some unusual trade flows. Corn is a staple grain across much of sub-Saharan Africa, where it’s milled and cooked with water to form a porridge or stiff... 
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