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IN THE MEDIA
Read how our CEO founded RA International in the toughest of environments.
How We Made It in Africa
Businesswoman builds company that thrives in Africa’s tough and remote areas
RA International thrives in Africa's remote areas - here's how Soraya Narfeldt made it work.
African Mining Brief
Turnkey remote site convenience
Our CEO Soraya Narfeldt tells African Mining Brief all about the turnkey solutions we offer.
Our CEO Soraya Narfeldt explains why detail and diligence is so crucial in remote locations.
Services provider targets sub-Sahara
We're expanding, taking our offering to the sub-Saharan Africa mining industry.
Discover how sector collaboration can help safeguard health of African communities.
Why investing in the local workforce makes business, as well as human, sense.
A road map for a sustainable African mining industry
Environmental accountability, social responsibility and commercial success. All three are possible – industry doesn't have to choose.
World Economic Forum
Why bribery in Africa can no longer be tolerated
A zero tolerance approach to bribery and corruption benefits everyone in the long run.
RA International's Soraya Narfeldt is one of the top leaser who reveals their 2018 resolutions.
How illegal mining threatens to damage the long-term wealth of Africa, unless government and stakeholders deal with it.
Sourcing and retaining talent in developing markets can be tough. Mariam Maalouf, Talent Acquisition Manager at RA International, offers some useful tips.
A healthy workforce is crucial for a successful business. Learn how collaboration between the public and private sector can help everyone flourish.
Read why it's so important that companies go the extra mile to create opportunities within the local communities.
Soraya Narfeldt explains how RA International has been able to succeed in the toughest of locations.
100 Most Powerful Arabian Women
Our CEO Soraya Narfeldt was deemed the 56th most powerful woman in this list from Arabian Business in 2011.