Africa represents about 30% of the world's reserves of non-energy mineral raw materials (bauxite, copper, cobalt, chromite, etc.) and produces about 60 ores and metals. Since 2003, growth in demand for raw materials has been driven by emerging countries.
With our partners,
BASSAM INVESTMENT GROUP offers a joint-venture with the required level for public-private projects.
The first step is always to develop
a strategy based on the legal, economic, social and territorial realities.
Depending on the needs,
we offer to work on the exploration, development, extraction and/or closure phase.
The mining sector is a window of opportunity in West Africa. The development of Africa's mining potential must go through good political, social, economic and environmental governance.
Investing in Juniors can be a catalyst for Africa's development: in the commissioning of new sites, especially in the exploration and development phases.
Regulatory monitoring of the mining sector is essential in view of the current trend toward liberalization of the sector.
Expected results must respond to the problem of sustainable development that must be understood without sacrificing current generations.
The results must meet the needs of the territories without having a lasting impact on the cash position of the states.
The results should include a large share of technology transfer and focus on systems that can be maintained under local operational conditions (focus on local recruitment and training).
04 STEPS OF MINING ACTIVITIES
CLEANING UP =
Redevelopment of the land to a more natural state.
PLANNING & BUILDING IT =
Permitting and logistics for mining operations
+ Building the mine