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LAND BASED INVESTMENT: STAKEHOLDERS DIALOGUE

On 14th to 15th March , 2017, HakiMadini play a part in the Land based investment dialogue organized by Care International in Tanzania, Oxafam, HakiArdhi, MVIWATA. The dialogue read more......
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TRAINING OF TRAINERS ON MANAGING ARTISANAL AND SMALL SCALE MINING.

Mr Amani Mhinda represents HakiMadini in the Training of Trainers (ToT) organised by the Intergovernmental Forum for Mining, Minerals, Metals and Sustainable Development (IGF) in Nairobi, Kenya from read more......
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Regional Workshop on Advocacy and Civic Space Strategy for Civil Society Organizations Working in East Africa's Oil and Gas Sector

On 10th to 11th April, 2017, HakiMadini participated in the Regional Workshop on Advocacy and Civic Space Strategy for Civil Society Organizations Working in East Africa's Oil an read more......
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POLICY SEMINAR ON MINING, GENDER AND SOCIO-ENVIRONMENTAL ACCOUNTABILITY

On 21st - 22nd March HakiMadini organized a high level policy seminar which brought together various stakeholders in mining sector including the Ministry of Energy and Minerals, read more......
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Ghana: Small-scale mining licenses to be suspended over galamsey

The Minerals Commission of Ghana is considering a suspension of the issuance of new licenses for small scale mining, to enable an overhaul of the country's mining sector. read more......
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UK FIRM DISCOVERS GOLD WORTH SH171 BILLION IN KAKAMEGA

A UK firm has announced the discovery of high-grade gold at its mines in Kakamega County. Acacia Mining said yesterday that it had discovered an estimated resource of 1.31 million ounces of gold at read more......
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TANZANIA BANS GOLD AND COPPER ORE EXPORTS

The government of Tanzania has banned the export of gold and copper concentrate, prompting responses from London's miners operating in the country. read more......
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Wall around tanzanite mines has started paying off

  1. Tanzania has recorded increased revenues from sales of tanzanite, which authorities attribute to the 24km perimeter wall surrounding the mines in Mirerani in the northern Manyara Region, constructed i…
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Tarime suspends small scale mining in Kibaga

  1. According to the Tarime District Commissioner, Glorious Luoga, the mine will remain closed for unspecified period pending an ongoing investigations under the district safety and security committee fin…
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Congo miners buying cobalt from artisanal operators to balance market

  1. Despite calls for increased transparency along the cobalt supply chain to avoid alleged human rights violations in the Democratic Republic of Congo, the activity continues to escalate, with as many as…
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NBC managers pledge to graduate artisanal miners into mining companies

  1. NBC's Head of Small and Medium size Enterprises (SMEs) Evance Luhimbo said in Geita town where an inaugural Mining Technology Exhibition is underway this week that the Dar es Salaam based bank is read…
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Inter-Ministerial Committee On Illegal Mining To Vet Registered Artisanal & Small-scale Miners

  1. The Inter-Ministerial Committee on Illegal Mining is set to vet all registered artisanal and small-scale miners across the country in a bid to regularise their future activities before it makes recomm…
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4 soldiers, others arrested for extorting monies from illegal miners

  1. At least four soldiers and some individuals claiming to be national security operatives have been arrested for extorting monies from illegal small-scale miners popularly referred to as galamsey. A…
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