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Phillipe-Henri Edmonds (Phil)

Date of Birth: 8 March 1951
Place of Birth: Lusaka, Zambia


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UN investigators challenge Khartoum

The White Nile in question was the Sudan government oil company, not the outfit of former England cricketer Phil Edmonds in South Sudan, an enforcement official at Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs assured us...


The power of the provinces

In October, the British-based Central African Mining and Exploration Company (CAMEC), founded by ex-England cricketer Phil Edmonds, bought a majority stake in Zhejiang Galico, which produces chemicals used in the processing of cobalt...


Mining downturn

On 21 November, about 5,000 workers were made redundant at the Mukondo mine and the associated copper-and-cobalt plant at Luita, operated by Boss Mining, a subsidiary of the Central African Mining & Exploration company (CAMEC) founded by former England cricketer Philippe Edmonds and listed in London...


Britain and the sanctions question

High profile British business figures, such as Nicholas Van Hoogstraten, former England cricketer Phil Edmonds and Charles Davy (the father of Prince Harry's girlfriend), enjoy cordial relations with Mugabe's regime...


Where the government gets its money

Camec, run by former England cricketer Phil Edmonds (AC Vol 49 No 8; an associate of Billy Rautenbach and investor in Southern Sudan's oil), acquired platinum interests from Anglo in the same area in April, when it bought Lefever for $5 mn...


Big oil, dear oil, new oil

The expansion of White Nile, headed by former England cricketer Phil Edmonds, continues, however; it recently won rights to nearly 30,000 square kilometres in Ethiopia's Southern Rift Basin and has designs on acreage in Kenya...


Down the mines

For example, former England cricketer Phil Edmonds' Central African Mining and Exploration Company, whose concession was withdrawn last August (AC Vol No 48 No 19), began discussions with Gécamines about settling matters amicably, without recourse to the courts...


Mining men

Phil Edmonds: 56, Rhodesian-born, educated in Zambia and at Cambridge University, he is a former England cricketer with the reverse Midas touch for natural resource projects in Africa...


Kasongo v CAMEC

Former England cricketer Phil Edmonds’s roller-coaster ride in Africa is going up again after a 19 September court ruling in Kinshasa recognising the legality of his Central African Mining and Exploration Company’s mining licences...


White Nile sees red in the south

Now that Britain's White Nile Limited has been forced out of Sudan, the biggest question for its founders, former England cricketer Phillipe Edmonds and his partner Andrew Groves, is how much compensation they can secure...


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