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In Reply To: mullokintyre's post @ Apr 17 2020, 09:29 AM

Bob Marley with Sly and Robbie @ Festival Hall in, I think, 1981. One of the best shows ever.



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Ok okay. bit early today. smile.gif

actually a well constructed pun




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In Reply To: nipper's post @ Apr 17 2020, 09:27 AM

sorry Nipper, it was a poor attempt at a pun.
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we're talking about Mali? If so, then some of the best music around. At least from the 70's through to the 90's. Gone a bit overproduced since then.


Favourites include Ali Farka Touré (Talkin' Timbuku, with Ry Cooder) and Rokia Treoré, but best was the 1970's band of the Bamako Railway Band (officially Super Rail Band of the Buffet Hotel de la Gare, Bamako) with Salif Keita on vocals. Also Orchestra Baobab but they're more Senegalese, and if you want wild, get into Tuareg bands such as Tinariwen.


Isis insurgency and Libyan instability hasn't helped the sub-Saharan / Sahel region though



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In Reply To: nipper's post @ Apr 17 2020, 06:02 AM

Youre not thinking of Bob Marley are you??
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Looks a bit violent after further reading...
good music, though 🎶



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Looks a bit violent after further reading, so maybe I should have said... there seems to be a lot of gold thereI spent a bit of time in Kashmir and had some hairy times there, so I know what you are saying


 
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Having had the unfortunate experience of spending a little time in Mali, I would question that somewhat!.
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Very nice drilling results announced todayhttps://www.asx.com.au/asx/share-price-research/company/RSG
Along with recent results from OKU, Mali seems like a good place to be.


 
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Mali's new mining code shortens stability period to 10 years -ministry
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BAMAKO (Reuters) - Under a new mining code, companies operating in Mali will be protected from fiscal changes for 10 years, down from the previous “stability period” of 30 years, a senior mines ministry official told Reuters on Friday.

On Wednesday, the ministry announced the new code, which also ended an exemption from value-added tax during production, but did not specify by how much it would shorten the period under which firm’s investments are protected from changes to fiscal and customs regimes.

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The new code is an opening salvo in what could be a protracted negotiation between the government and corporates over mining regulation in Africa’s third-largest gold producer. The move is seen by some as a new instance of resource nationalism on the continent.


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