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Gold in Sudan

Despite high risks Perseus continues its pursuit of Sudanese gold

Despite high risks Perseus continues its pursuit of Sudanese gold

Despite high risks Perseus continues its pursuit of Sudanese gold Perseus Mining continues exploration activities in Sudan.     Although ASX listed Perseus Mining suspended exploration activities when the Sudanese conflict exploded in April last year, the company has returned to Sudan to continue work on the Meyas Sands Gold Project (MSGP). According to a recent […]

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Sudan could be a breadbasket but security remains a concern

By Leon Louw, founder and editor of WhyAfrica  24 July 2021 – Sudan could be the breadbasket of North and East Africa, but safety and security remains a concern that needs to be addressed.     The post-revolutionary state of Sudan has made great strides since disposing of despot Omar al-Bashir in 2018. There are concerns

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