GROUPE FORREST INTERNATIONAL (GFI S.A.) is a group of companies and shareholdings with an industrial purpose, present in Central Africa since 1922. Active in the energy, construction, cement manufacturing, aviation, metallurgical, mining and food processing sectors, GFI S.A. is one of the main investors and private sector employers, as well as a major taxpayer in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. With a history of 90 years of continuous activity in Central Africa, GFI S.A. maintains a family structure, combining the stability of its ownership with expertise and an enthusiasm unique in the region.
The recent “Ebola outbreak” has brought to the fore the ongoing suspicions of a neo-colonial agenda in Africa. We note the French presence in Mali under the pretext of fighting Islamic “terrorist” , the US pretext of Boko Haram in Northern Nigeria and Cameroun and the aborted “Arab springs” in Saharan Africa.
It is laughable to think that the US, UK, EU and its corrupt banking-military-industrial-pharma cartel care about 5 thousand African lives above their strategic military, financial and resource interests.
The inherent and fundamental fraud of global banking and their ability to print “money” into existence as the basis for physical asset seizures is now clear to even the most inattentive of people. The frauds keep coming from mortgages, securities, libor, forex, commodities and stocks. It could be argued, this banking corruption at the root of the global economy has compromised activities such as legal, civil, education, medical, military and industrial.
If there are any readers who do believe in the integrity of the above group, please post a comment on a recent criminal conviction of directors of said industries. Civil or commercial fines are NOT applicable. Continue reading The Myth of Overpopulation in Africa and Global Medical fraud
“All systems go” at Aureus Mining
Aureus Mining is hitting its milestones
Published on Apr 17, 2014
David Reading, chief executive of gold producer Aureus Mining (LON:AUE), tells Proactive Investors that the company is hitting milestones at its flagship New Liberty project in Liberia. He expects revenues to start flowing from New Liberty next year, and adds that management is very excited by the numerous satellite opportunities adjoining the project.
ArcelorMittal’s project in Liberia has come a long way since 2005, when we signed a mineral development agreement with the Liberian Government. To find out how we are working towards achieving our target of 15 million tonnes by 2015, watch this video.
Published on Jun 25, 2013
ABN’s Chris Bishop caught up with Mohamed Lamine Fofana, Guinea Mines Minister, and discussed the mining potential of Guinea.
In 2013, 9 projects worth $45 billion in mining projects.
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