Jabulani Sikhakhane | These are the likely winners (and losers) of Guinea coup

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Guinea is a classic case of why African countries that are rich in minerals are the begging bowls of the world, unable to meet the very basic needs of their population while their mineral resources fuel the economic development of other nations, says Jabulani Sikhakhane

The real reasons for the overthrow of Alpha Conde as president of Guinea are likely to be found in who benefits, or wants to, from the country's huge mineral wealth.

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