Despite unrest in the mining sector, South Africa is likely to remain a draw for international firms wanting to get their feet on African soil
There’s plenty of work in resources-rich Angola and Mozambique but non-domestic lawyers and investors find it hard to get a piece of the action
East African law firms are benefiting from a boom in natural resources such as oil and gas in the region
Firms in north-west Africa’s Morocco and Algeria hubs are seeing a greater influx of international clients into the French-dominated market
The southern African region is developing quickly and its vast promise is attracting a flock of foreign law firms
Angola and Mozambique, both once riven by civil war, are now rich in natural resources and growing fast, but they still face big challenges. Lawyers are key to their reconstruction
Explore: No.1, December 2013 — insights from the DLA Piper mining sector download subscription
Welcome to the first edition of Explore, DLA Piper’s magazine for the mining sector. Three times a year, the law firm will bring you a selection of insights from its global mining team.
South African firm ENSafrica is merging with Mauritian firm De Comarmond & Koenig (DCKM), as it continues its expansion across Africa.
Eversheds has secured four new offices in Africa having tied up with South African firm Mahons Attorneys and El Heni in Tunisia.