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Welcome To HakiMadini
   
HakiMadini a non-profit-making organization strategically linking grassroots minerals sector realities with national, regional and international policy processes.HakiMadini is retrospectively the social justice activism wing of the small scale mining sector and communities living around and within Tanzania mineral adorned areas.We are the 'big voice of the small-scale miner' in the minerals sector! Haki (in Kiswahili) literally means Rights and Madini means Minerals. We advocate for economic and social rights within an accountable and transparent extractive industry for the benefit of the larger community.HakiMadini interogates the impact of the minerals sector activities on livelihoods, environment and societies.



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Shareholders call it Golden Pride Mine; to residents it's Golden Shame
Date: Tuesday 21 July, 2015
Posted by dailynews

MOST of its Australian shareholders call it Golden Pride Mine but to many Nzega District residents, they call it Golden Shame Mine.After over 14 years of operations at Nzega's Golden Pride Mine in Tabora Region of central Tanzania, its residents are left poorer because of alleged destruction of their homes by explosives, poor health especially among mine workers who suffer from backache pains, chest pains and coughing.

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THE TANZANIA CSO EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES RELATED BILLS ANALYSIS
Date: Friday 10 July, 2015
Posted by HakiMadini

On the 16th June 2015 the Government of Tanzania presented 3 bills to Parliament under certificate of urgency relating to the extractive sector.These bills includes The Tanzania Extractive Industries (Transparency and Accountability) Act 2015, The Oil and Gas Revenue Management Act 2015 and The Petroleum Act 2015.
These laws are important pieces in strengthening extractive sector management as well as promoting socio economic development for Tanzanians.

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Corporate Social Responsibility in Tanzania Mining sector: An option or Obligation?
Date: Monday 09 March, 2015
Posted by Policy Forum

Stakeholders have urged the government in co-operation with other stakeholders to establish a legal framework for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) practices as to ensure its effective implementation and compliance for the benefit of both national and international interests.

Continue Reading »

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Ongezeni thamani madini kuinua uchumi - Simbachawene
Date: Friday 24 April, 2015
Posted by Wizara ya Nishati na Madini

Serikali imesema ni lazima kuwekeza katika uongezaji thamani madini ya vito na usonara ili sekta hiyo iweze kuchangia ipasavyo katika maendeleo na uchumi wa nchi.

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Acacia's contribution to economy declines
Date: Thursday 07 05, 2015
Posted by The Citizen

The company, which was formerly known as Africa Barrick Gold (ABG), contributed $678 million to Tanzania’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in 2014 compared with $855 million a year before, according to Ernst and Young (EY) independent report presented yesterday.

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News & Updates

Shareholders call it Golden Pride Mine; to residents it's Golden Shame
Date: Tuesday 21 July, 2015
Posted by dailynews

MOST of its Australian shareholders call it Golden Pride Mine but to many Nzega District residents, they call it Golden Shame Mine.After over 14 years of operations at Nzega's Golden Pride Mine in Tabora Region of central Tanzania, its residents are left poorer because of alleged destruction of their homes by explosives, poor health especially among mine workers who suffer from backache pains, chest pains and coughing.

read more...

THE TANZANIA CSO EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES RELATED BILLS ANALYSIS
Date: Friday 10 July, 2015
Posted by HakiMadini

On the 16th June 2015 the Government of Tanzania presented 3 bills to Parliament under certificate of urgency relating to the extractive sector.These bills includes The Tanzania Extractive Industries (Transparency and Accountability) Act 2015, The Oil and Gas Revenue Management Act 2015 and The Petroleum Act 2015.
These laws are important pieces in strengthening extractive sector management as well as promoting socio economic development for Tanzanians.

read more...

Corporate Social Responsibility in Tanzania Mining sector: An option or Obligation?
Date: Monday 09 March, 2015
Posted by Policy Forum

Stakeholders have urged the government in co-operation with other stakeholders to establish a legal framework for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) practices as to ensure its effective implementation and compliance for the benefit of both national and international interests.

read more...

Ongezeni thamani madini kuinua uchumi - Simbachawene
Date: Friday 24 April, 2015
Posted by Wizara ya Nishati na Madini

Serikali imesema ni lazima kuwekeza katika uongezaji thamani madini ya vito na usonara ili sekta hiyo iweze kuchangia ipasavyo katika maendeleo na uchumi wa nchi.

read more...

Acacia's contribution to economy declines
Date: Thursday 07 05, 2015
Posted by The Citizen

The company, which was formerly known as Africa Barrick Gold (ABG), contributed $678 million to Tanzania’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in 2014 compared with $855 million a year before, according to Ernst and Young (EY) independent report presented yesterday.

read more...