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South Sudan

South Sudan: The human rights situation (as of 24 March 2014)

The escalation of violence in December 2013 has significantly worsened an already fragile human rights situation. Conflict between the supporters of President Salva Kiir and those of former deputy president Riek Machar has increased business risks…

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Maplecroft
Posted:
26 Mar 2014
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Angola

Angola: Drought risk (as of 4 Nov 2013)

Angola is considered an ‘extreme risk’ in Maplecroft’s Drought Risk Index 2013, and is ranked 17 out of 197 countries globally (where a lower score indicates a greater risk). The United Nations (UN) estimates that over…

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Maplecroft
Posted:
06 Nov 2013
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Somalia

Somalia: Conflict and political violence (as of 12 Dec 2012)

Maplecroft’s Somalia conflict and political violence map illustrates the multitude of extreme security risks posed to businesses operating in the country. Much of central and southern Somalia is controlled by al-Shabaab, a militant Islamist group who…

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Maplecroft
Posted:
13 Dec 2012
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Ethiopia

Ethiopia: Mining sector security risks (as of 17 July 2012)

Conflict in neighbouring countries and the porous nature of regional borders has serious consequences for Ethiopian security. This is particularly the case given that antagonistic elements in these countries have opportunities to exploit the ambiguous national…

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Maplecroft
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17 Jul 2012
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United Republic of Tanzania

Political Violence and Piracy in Tanzania (as of 26 June 2012)

While mainland Tanzania continues to enjoy relatively long-lasting stability, increasing unrest on the Zanzibar archipelago and a rising risk of piracy threaten the nascent offshore gas industry. Vast offshore gas finds in blocks 1 and 2…

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Maplecroft
Posted:
26 Jun 2012
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South Africa

Water stress in South Africa (as of 5 April 2012)

Water Stress is rapidly emerging as a key issue facing industry and investors in South Africa. Lack of water can hamper operations and development in a wide variety of sectors, from mining firms and agro-commodities producers…

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Maplecroft
Posted:
05 Apr 2012
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