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Steinmetz's empire unravels

The court convicted him of paying $10 million in bribes to Mamadie Touré one of the four wives of former Guinean President Lansana Conté to have the licences to mine Guinea's vast Simandou iron ore deposit transferred to him in 2008...


EXCLUSIVE – Inside the Swiss charges against Steinmetz

Cilins – one of a trio of key middlemen for BSGR – denies any bribery and claims he was acting on his own personal initiative when he repeatedly travelled to Jacksonville Florida in 2013 to see Mamadie Touré the wife of the late Guinean President Lansana Conté (AC Vol 54 No 9 The fight for Mount Simandou)...

5m of Rotweiler funds being transferred to a company called Gobain in June 2011 and onwards to Mamadie Touré over the following months...

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Condé’s iron resolve

In April 2019 a London arbitration court found against BSGR in a claim brought by Vale over whether BSGR had bribed Mamadie Touré Conté the fourth wife of the late dictator Lansana Conté...


A surprise reunion

BSGR executives were accused of having bribed Mamadie Touré Conté the fourth wife of the late dictator Lansana Conté to gain mining rights to the northern half of Simandou...


The fight for Mount Simandou

Mamadie Touré says BSGR offered her millions of dollars and shares in the Simandou Mine as payment for helping to secure the lease on Blocks 1 and 2...

It also includes footage of Mamadie Touré being introduced to senior BSGR staff...

IST is the elder brother of Mamadie Touré who has turned state witness in the US case...

We have seen court documents describing Mamadie Touré as a businesswoman controlling a company called Matinda and Company Limited...

Other documents produced for the US prosecutors include a ‘Protocol of agreement’ signed by Mamadie Touré and Avidan on 28 February 2008 which guarantees her 5% of the BSGR deal if the company gets the rights to Simandou Blocks 1 and 2...


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