Mingo Affiliates Services Inc. has an experienced Management Team and a hilghly skilled and experienced gold mining labor force with over 25 years of experience in the miniing industry.
Senegal adopted a new Mining Code in 2003 (Law No2003-36, which was gazetted at the end of February 2004; No6150, pp339-357).The law was designed to attract and foster mineral resource
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Mingo Affiliates has two active Gold Mining projects and two additional projects in the planning stages. The four projects are located in the Senegal in the Sabadola region of the Country.
Located in West Africa, Senegal has an estimated population of 13 million people and a total area of approximately 197,000 km2. Of the country’s population, 94 percent are Muslim and 5 percent are Christian (mostly Roman Catholic). While French is the official language, the Wolof, Pulaar, Jola and Mandinka dialects are also spoken. The capital, Dakar, is on the most westerly point of the coastline of Africa.
Senegal gained its independence in 1960, following about 75 years of French rule. It is a democratic republic governed under multiparty rule based on the French civil law system, making the country a location of choice for many foreign embassies and international banks as the headquarters for the West African region.
Senegal lies within the Sahel, the semi-desert, or savannah region that forms a broad band across Africa between the Sahara desert to the north and the forested countries
The substratum of the Senegalese territory offers great varieties of mineral substances including the noble metals (gold and platinum), the base metals (iron, copper, chromium, nickel), industrial minerals (industrial phosphates, limestone, salts, barytine etc.) heavy minerals (zircon and titanium), decorative stones and building materials etc.
Senegal has a wealth of diverse and unexploited mineral deposits which until recently have lain dormant. Previously Senegal’s mining industry was dominated by the exploitation of phosphates, industrial limestone and attapulgite. Phosphates in particular formed one of the key components of the Senegalese economy since the time of independence in the 1960’s.