Local procurement regulations for extractive industries in the SADC region Image: Getty, Gianluigi Guervcia/AFP In both the mining and petroleum sectors in Africa, regulations requiring companies to procure goods and services locally have proliferated over the past decade.
Since releasing the Protocol on Mining in 1997, SADC has organised several activities to promote mining investment, such as the SADC-EU Mining Investment Forum – Mines 2000 and the Australia-SADC Forum. Both forums successfully boosted awareness of the region’s mineral abundance and directly spurred investment in the region.
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In both the mining and petroleum sectors in Africa, regulations requiring companies to procure goods and services locally have proliferated over the past decade. These regulatory approaches come in many forms, ranging from requirements for extractive industry companies to create and execute local pr
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Local procurement regulations for extractive industries in the SADC region This brief was commissioned by The South African Institute of International Affairs SAIIA and seeks to explore the proliferation of regulations requiring companies to procure goods and services locally in the mining and petroleum sectors in Africa.
Infrastructure and Industrial Projects in SADC. Geographical Area: SADC Region Implementation timeframe: 2019-2021 Project cost: UA 1.5 million Project Objectives: The objective of the project is to support sustainable financing of regional infrastructure and industrial projects in the SADC Region.
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challenge, and mining companies must enforce good governance and standardization of product names to receive the right items at the agreed prices. Ask a mining procurement professional about a typical working day, and she or he is quite likely to say much of it has involved a race against time to get a hold