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Congo-Kinshasa

Albert Yuma Mulimbi

Date of Birth: 30 July 1955
Place of Birth: Katanga, Congo-K


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Kabila names his dauphin

These included improbable candidates such as the Banyamulenge Tutsi former Vice-President and once Rwandan-backed rebel leader of the 1998-2003 RCD-Goma rebellion, Azarias Ruberwa; the president of state mining company Gécamines, Albert Yuma Mulimbi; directeur de cabinet in the presidency, Néhémie Mwilanya Wilondja; and Modeste Bahati Luwebo, minister of planning and the leader of the second biggest political party in the ruling coalition...


Making the miners sweat

In March, it encountered a divided Congolese state with Kabwelulu irked that Albert Yuma Mulimbi, the powerful president of state-owned Gécamines, had hijacked the law he'd sent to parliament last year and overseen the removal of the stability clause by a mixed commission of the Senate and National Assembly (AC Vol 59 No 1, The electoral mirage)...


Kabila squeezes the miners

On 5 February irate executives came face to face with Albert Yuma Mulimbi, the president of state-owned mining company, Gécamines, and Mines Minister Martin Kabwelulu in Cape Town at the annual African industry conference, the Mining Indaba, where the Congolese delegation had an unmistakable swagger...

At this point, Albert Yuma Mulimbi, the president of state-owned mining company, Gécamines, imposed himself on the proceedings, even though he is not an elected member of either house (AC Vol 59 No 1, The electoral mirage)...


Mine sale prompts tax grab

Freeport met Gécamines' Chairman Albert Yuma Mulimbi and Mines Minister Martin Kabwelulu within an hour of the stock market announcement and both criticised the deal...


Katumbi enlists US against Kabila

It includes ANR director Kalev Mutond; Israeli billionaire investor Dan Gertler, seen as close to Kabila and a gatekeeper for major deals in mining and oil; the president's MP brother Zoé Kabila, and his MP sister Jaynet Désirée Kabila; Evariste Boshab, Interior Minister; Lambert Mende, Communications Minister; Albert Yuma Mulimbi, Chairman of heavily indebted state mining company Gécamines; and the governors of Kinshasa, North Kivu and South Kivu provinces...


Gécamines looks for Chinese funds

Sticking to the plan that he set out on taking the helm at Gécamines in 2011, Chief Executive Officer Albert Yuma Mulimbi travelled to China in February to seek financial support for the company’s development...


No confidence vote from companies

Even if Forrest manages to preserve his interests, Gécamines Chief Executive, Albert Yuma Mulimbi, says he intends to revise all partnership agreements...


Bargain mine sales draw fire

Gécamines, a private affair The Chief Executive of Gécamines, Albert Yuma Mulimbi, has refused all requests, from the Mines Ministry to the IMF and others, to publish the controversial contracts, claiming that as a private company it is not obliged to, even though the state owns all its shares...


A rocky electoral road

Gécamines Chief Executive Officer Albert Yuma Mulimbi says it does and arbitration has been ongoing at the International Chamber of Commerce in Paris...


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