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SMB-Winning Consortium commits to restore Boké aerodrome

Aboubacar Sylla, the Guinean Minister of State in charge of Transport, has entrusted the Boké Mining Company (SMB-Winning Consortium), which operates bauxite in the country, with the rehabilitation of the Boké aerodrome. The works, estimated at $ 1.5 million, include the rehabilitation of the runway, the construction of a terminal, a h...

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CSR – the NGO Ecole d’Excellence pour tous thanks Fadi Wazni in person

It is no longer a secret that the CEO of UMS, PCA of the SMB-Winning-UMS Consortium and Honorary Consul of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Guinea, Fadi Wazni, is not only a philanthropist in love with Guinea, but also very attached to the evolution of his country, particularly through education, which is for him the basis of all develop...

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The United Mining Supply Company (UMS) of the SMB-Winning Consortium has just signed a partnership contract in the mining industry with a physically disabled person, Ousmane Diané, CEO of Global BTP Logistics. The signing ceremony of the contract took place in the afternoon of Thursday, June 13, 2019 in the prefecture of Boké. Thus, th...

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Consortium – 600,000,000 GNF for the National Syli Support Committee

As part of the support to Syli National of Guinea that takes part in the CAN 2019 Egypt, this month, the consortium SMB-WAP-UMS gave this Monday, June 10, 2018 its contribution. It amounts to 600 million GNF. The official presentation of the check to a delegation of the Support Committee led by its president, General Mathurin Bangoura, to...

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SMB Winning Consortium – More than $ 3 billion paid for 3rd compensation

On November 26th, the SMB-Winning Consortium signed three agreements with the Guinean government, one of which concerns the construction of the road. This 135-kilometer long railway is a major infrastructure project for Guinea, which will link the Santou (Telimele) deposits to the Dapilon terminal. As part of its CSR and community rela...

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CSR – the mosque offered by UMS officially inaugurated in Kaboye

In response to the many demands of its workers, UMS has just offered a 200-seat mosque to its employees working on the site of Kaboye Konkokan district, sub-prefecture of Tanènè in the prefecture of Boke. This house of God was officially inaugurated on Friday, May 17, 2019 by the regional inspector of religious affairs, El Hadj Mohamed...

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Consortium – PBB – launch of construction works for the Boké-Télimélé railway

President Alpha Conde has launched this Friday, March 29, the construction work of the railway Boké-Telimélé (130km) by the SMB Winning Consortium. Its cost, US $ 1.2 billion will be borne by the shareholders of the SMB. It will be built in a corridor stretching from the Boffa region to the Boké region and will connect the Dapilon term...

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SMB-Winning Consortium compensates communities for more than 9 billion GNF

In accordance with the mining code and its compensation obligations, the SMB-Winning consortium on Tuesday, March 12, 2019, compensated the communities of seven (07) villages, located in one of its areas of intervention. The financial envelope allocated is nine billion sixty-four million nine hundred and thirty one thousand five hundred (...

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Fadi Wazni 1st Vice President of COCAN 2025

The Guinean government unveiled on Monday a new CAN 2025 Organizing Committee (COCAN 2025). It is chaired by the Minister in charge of Sports. It also includes the president of the Feguifoot, Antonio Souare as well as the former international Aboubacar Titi Camara. Guinea has accepted the organization of CAN 2025 following the slide...

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Boké’s MUFFA: our CEO offers 176million GNF

In order to strengthen the economic power of the women of Boké, the Chairman of the Board of the SMB, Mr. Fadi WAZNI has just granted a financial envelope of one hundred and seventy-six million (176,000,000 GNF) for revive the Mutuelle Financière des Femmes Africaines (MUFFA) in the prefecture of Boké. After more than three years of un...

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