Zambia is addressing the commodities downturn by introducing reforms to help stimulate its mining industry.
Mineral-rich Guinea – struck by decades of poor governance and, more recently, Ebola – has made extensive economic reforms and is showing signs of progress.
Angola holds an abundance of minerals and is extensively expanding its mining infrastructure.
Botswana’s mineral wealth has played a leading role in its economic growth, contributing greatly to foreign earnings and employment.
From small beginnings, Namibia’s mining industry has grown into a vital contributor to the economy with major new projects to come.