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Outcomes of Members' Meeting

Today the EITI Members’ Meeting met in Peru and elected a new Chair to succeed Rt Hon Clare Short. Fredrik Reinfeldt, former Swedish Prime Minister was elected. read more......
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Making mining work for Guinea

In 2013, 28% of Guinea’s total state revenue came from the mining sector. However, revenue fell by 20% from USD 369m in 2012 to USD 294m in 2013. This was partial read more......
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Ghana launches minerals policy

The long-awaited minerals policy has been launched with the aim of ensuring that mining contributes to the sustainable development of the nation.

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Zimbabwe orders diamond miners to halt operations

Zimbabwe’s Minister of Mines has ordered all diamond producers operating in the diamond-rich Marange area to halt mining effectively immediately, a read more......
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Tanzanite from Tanzania calls shots in the world

Mr Ngoma says: “I found the tanzanite in Merelani, Arusha, in the area called Kiteto at the beginning of January 1967. I was on my way to visit some of my relativ read more......
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Mines welcome changes to the 2015 mining tax regime

THE Zambia Chamber of Mines has commended Government for the changes to the 2015 mining tax regime announced by Cabinet on Monday.

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Tanzanian small-scale gold mine pit collapse kills two workers

At least two small-scale gold miners died after a mine pit collapsed in Tanzania’s Lake zone region of Shinyanga.

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HAKIMADINI AND VOLUNTEERS VISITED BY AUSTRALIAN DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND TRADE

  1. This week HakiMadini was visited by Ms Heather Randall (pictured far left) and Ms Julie McCullum (3rd from right) from the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Ms Randall and Ms McCull…
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ACCACIA: UPDATE FOLLOWING PRESIDENTIAL COMMITTEE FINDING;

  1. Further to yesterday's announcement, Acacia would like to confirm that it is continuing to operate all three of its mines in Tanzania, namely Bulyanhulu, Buzwagi and North Mara. We would also like t…
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Training On Preventing Violent Extremism

  1. On 3rd June HakiMadini staff Erick Luwongo attended a one day training in Tanga on Preventing Violent Extremism. This training was basically intended to alert the participants on how religion can be m…
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Police arrest 31 foreigners using youths to steal copper from the mines

  1. Police on the Copperbelt have arrested 31 foreigners allegedly using youth to steal copper from mines for their illegal mining activities. Some of the youngsters used for stealing are as young as 9-ye…
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Govt: Dangote, mining firms have 3 months to list on DSE

  1. Dodoma. The government has said 12 mining companies, including Dangote Industries Limited, must start processing of listing a minimum of 30 per cent of each company's shareholding at the Dar es Salaam…
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IANRA STEERING COMMITTEE MEETING

  1. Amani Mhinda from HakiMadini is attending steering Committee meeting of the International Alliance on Natural Resources in Africa (IANRA), held at Birchwood Hotel Johannesburg from 29-31st May 2017. I…
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