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Centurion Law Group to institute Legal complaint Against Delfin Mocache Massoko, Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) and José Villarejo

The work of OCCRP, Espacios Europeos, Delfin Mocache Massoko, Diario Rombe are a textbook strategy of the execution of Mr José Villarejo’s Project King

Pan-African firm Centurion Law Group (www.CenturionLG.com) will be instituting multiple legal claims in various jurisdictions against Delfin Mocache Massoko, Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) and Corrupt Spanish Police Commissioner José Villarejo. According to Spanish prosecutors, Corrupt Spanish Police Commissioner Jose Villarejo received 5.3m Euros to engage in a…

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Are you Self-Employed in Equatorial Guinea? (By Pablo Mitogo and Ana Vizcarro Dyombe)

According to the law of Equatorial Guinea, a self-employed worker is any natural person who performs economic activities on his account

By Pablo Mitogo, Associate and Ana Vizcarro Dyombe Challenge to Solution. In the African environment with economies facing growth challenges, the self-employed assumes an indispensable role in the functioning of the market economy, as they constitute the first stage in the creation of a crowded and competitive market. The self-employed are faced…

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Centurion Law Group Advises Panoro Energy on Its Acquisition of Tullow’s Oil Asset in Equatorial Guinea

The parties have signed a sale and purchase agreement, pursuant to which Tullow has agreed to sell its entire interest in Tullow Equatorial Guinea Limited

Pan African Law Conglomerate, Centurion Law Group (www.CenturionLG.com) is pleased to have acted as local counsel to Panoro Energy ASA (Panoro) on the $105 million purchase of all Tullow Oil PLC (Tullow) assets in Equatorial Guinea. The parties have signed a sale and purchase agreement, pursuant to which Tullow has…

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Lessons from Mexico: Pushing for better and faster O&G project implementation in Africa (By Andres Vega)

African countries looking to exploit their resources should act even more rapidly and diligently to draw international companies' appetite, especially in the post-Covid-19 recovery road

Once one of the world's biggest producers, Mexico has had a sweet and sour relationship with the upstream industry. In my experience working in the Mexican O&G industry, I witnessed the transition of a nationalized industry, once described by Juan Pardinas, former director of the Mexican Institute on Competitiveness, as…

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Reduction of personnel for economic reasons vs Suspension of employment contracts: Why are companies in Equatorial Guinea spending money in times of crisis? (By Pablo Mitogo)

Companies should use the legal alternative of suspending employment contracts which can be done at zero cost

By Pablo Mitogo, Associate Attorney from Centurion Law Group (www.CenturionLG.com). Since the outbreak of COVID-19, many countries have been overwhelmed and the health systems of the most powerful countries have collapsed. The wave of chaos has also reached companies, especially in small economies such as Equatorial Guinea. Many companies have…

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The Tax and Investment Desk of Centurion Plus Launches the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) Impact Report

The AfCFTA Impact Report is a guide to what businesses need to know about the African Continental Free Trade Area

The long-awaited African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) is finally operational, wherein trading commenced on the 1st of January 2021. This marks a celebrated milestone for intra-Africa trade. The AfCFTA eliminates tariffs on 90 per cent of goods produced on the continent, tackles non-tariff barriers to trade and guarantees the…

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Equatorial Guinea Blogger pushes to fulfill work obligations under “Project King” with Jose Villajero (NJ Ayuk)

Mr Vidal runs an online publication that has released several of Mr. Villarejo’s recordings without explaining exactly how it got them

NJ Ayuk, CEO, Centurion Law Group (www.CenturionLG.com) In the 1960’s Senator McCarthy ruined lives of innocent people. The criticisms of McCarthyism, and of Senator McCarthy in particular, are threefold. First, he ruined the reputations and lives of many innocent people by accusing them without credible evidence. Second, he used accusations…

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The long-anticipated relaxation of the South African Exchange Control Rules relating to "loop" structures and investments (By Chido Pamela Mafongoya)

The "loop" structure and investments restriction were lifted to promote inward investments into South Africa

The long-anticipated relaxation of the South African Exchange Control Rules relating to "loop" structures and investment was released on the 4th of January 2021 by the South African Reserve Bank under Exchange Control Circular No. 1/2021. The "loop" structure and investments restriction were lifted to promote inward investments into South…

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The African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA); A key to mitigate the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic in Africa (By Chido Pamela Mafongoya)

The AfCFTA is an unmissable opportunity to mitigate the effects of COVID-19 pandemic by allowing the free movement of pharmaceuticals and PPE as well as the free exchange of technical expertise

By Chido Pamela Mafongoya, Legal Intern The long-awaited trading within the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) finally began on 1 January 2021, marking a very important milestone for African trade. The AfCFTA creates a single continental market for goods and services, with the aim of increasing intra-African trade by…

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The African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA): Future of Sports and Entertainment in an Economically United Africa

It is still too early to gauge how the AfCFTA will affect the sports and entertainment industry, since the agreement is still in its early stages of implementation

January 1st, 2021 marked the start of trading under the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) agreement. In ratifying the agreement, 34 African countries have created the largest free trade zone in the world by country participation. This is a historic point for the continent, it is the beginning of…