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Martin Kabwelulu Labilo


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New York showdown

The Mines Minister, Martin Kabwelulu Labilo, asked that minerals from Rwanda be classed as ‘conflict minerals’ and barred from trade since their sale was funding the rebellion...


IMF worried about Chinese loans again

A 16 September letter to Mines Minister Martin Kabwelulu Labilo from Sodimico Chief Executive Officer Laurent Tshisola Kangoa and Chairman Tshishimbi Katumonyi reveals that the IMF wanted to know why Sodimico created the Sodifor joint venture with Fortune in 2010 to mine the Frontier and Lonshi deposits only to abandon that project soon after at a substantial loss...


Bargain mine sales draw fire

An exchange of letters between Sodimico and Mines Minister Martin Kabwelulu Labilo shows that the partnership agreement between Sodimico and Fortune Ahead covers assets that used to belong to First Quantum...


Fire sale

After Bloomberg News published a bulletin on the sale on 17 August, Mines Minister Martin Kabwelulu Labilo contradicted Lambert Tshisola and denied that the sale had actually taken place...


Hyperactive relations

This month, the Korean International Cooperation Agency invited Prime Minister Adolphe Muzito, Mines Minister Martin Kabwelulu Labilo and Energy Minister Gilbert Tshiongo Tshibinkubula wa Tumba to Seoul...


Mixed minerals

In 2009 Mupepele persuaded Mines Minister Martin Kabwelulu to order firms to send samples to the CEEC...


Contract clashes

In any case, KMT rights have been signed away by Minister of Portfolio Jeannine Mabunda Lioko and Minister of Mines Martin Kabwelulu to a British Virgin Island-registered company, Highwind Properties (AC Vol 51 No 14)...


Ottawa confronts Africa at the G-20 summit

At the African Mining Indaba in Cape Town in February, where FQM announced it would go to arbitration over Kingamyambo, Mines Minister Martin Kabwelulu warned company officials that FQM would risk losing Lonshi and Frontier, too...


The men who run the profitable show

* Other key officials include: Interior Minister Adolphe Lumanu Mulenda; Adolphe Muzito, the Prime Minister lately under attack, represents the Parti Lumumbiste Unifié in the parliamentary coalition but achieves little; and Martin Kabwelulu, also of Palu, who weathered Kabila’s February reshuffle and remains Mines Minister but has little impact on key developments, such as the long-disputed contract with Freeport McMoRan, main shareholder of the US$2 billion Tenke Fungurume mine (AC Vol 51 No 11)...


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