indigenization impact on mining in africa

indigenization impact on mining in africa

(PDF) PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISM AND THE COVERAGE

The impact of the information superhighway on journalism education in Africa is addressed by the author. The theme of this paper is that the communal approach should be used in solving moral ...

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ENVIRONMENTAL AND HEALTH IMPACTS OF MINING

2014-10-8  thousands of sites in Africa contaminated by mining and associated mine dumps such as tailings and slag material. On the other hand, the number of studies focused on the impacts of mining and mineral processing on the environment and human health in Africa have increased significantly during the last decade. However,

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Indigenization law to affect more sectors in Zimbabwe ...

2012-8-25  The government recently announced that it had taken over the Vumbachikwe gold mine, one of the country’s oldest gold mines, for failing to comply with the indigenization laws. In the face of threats of a seizure of its mine and withdrawal of its operating licence, Zimplats announced a scheme for intended compliance with the laws on 13 March ...

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The disastrous effects of the Mining Industry in Africa ...

2015-8-5  Africa is rich in reserves of minerals. It is a leading producer of gold and coltan (used in electronic devices) and other minerals. This is a blessing but also a curse because the mineral reserves are a source of conflict among many countries of Africa. I was surprised to learn that there are more illegal mining companies in Africa

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Mining and the African Environment

2017-10-1  Africa’s major metal mines are inside or within 10 km of a protected area, considerably more than the 25% in both Asia and South America (Duran´ et al. 2013). The immediate, relatively local environmental impacts of mining per se may be dwarfed by the potentially far more wide-ranging impacts of mining infrastructure and socioeconomic change.

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Mining and the African Environment - The Society for ...

2013-10-28  Introduction. Africa is on the verge of an unprecedented mining boom. This boom is attracting tens of billions of dollars in foreign investment (Janneh Ping 2011; Zhang 2011) and will result in substantial economic growth and development, but it also carries big risks for African societies and the environment.Here we highlight potential environmental threats posed by the rapid escalation of ...

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China’s pains over Zimbabwe’s indigenization plan

2016-4-26  With Zimbabwe clamping down on the enforcement of its controversial indigenization law, Yun Sun discusses how this law could impact China, the country's largest source of foreign investment.

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The Future of Mining in Africa Navigating a Revolution

2021-8-28  The Future of Mining in Africa The Future of Mining in Africa The rapid advance of mining digitalisation, coupled with regulatory changes, will change the way that African mines operate and require careful consideration of the impact of those changes to mining stakeholders. The digital revolution The velocity of change sweeping

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Mining in Africa - World Bank

2021-4-23  v The Africa Development Forum Series was created in 2009 to focus on issues of significant relevance to Sub-Saharan Africa’s social and economic develop-ment. Its aim is both to record the state of the art on a specific topic and to

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The growing impact of legislation on Africa’s mining

2012-2-6  mining industry, representatives of a number of Lex Africa members offer their perspective on the impact of legislation on mining in their countries. Tanzania Since the repeal of the Mining Act of 1998 in October 2010, Tanzanian mining legislation has undergone a

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An analysis of the implementation of the Indigenization ...

2018-2-15  most of the African countries are hunting for ways to increase royalties and taxes on mining companies so as to maximize the profits. Zimbabwe on the other hand went as far as putting the “Indigenization Policy” which requires foreign countries to own 49% and 51% being owned by indigenous Zimbabweans in the next five years ( ). On the 4th

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(PDF) PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISM AND THE COVERAGE

The impact of the information superhighway on journalism education in Africa is addressed by the author. The theme of this paper is that the communal approach should be used in solving moral ...

Read More
The growing impact of legislation on Africa’s mining

2012-2-6  mining industry, representatives of a number of Lex Africa members offer their perspective on the impact of legislation on mining in their countries. Tanzania Since the repeal of the Mining Act of 1998 in October 2010, Tanzanian mining legislation has undergone a

Read More
The disastrous effects of the Mining Industry in

2015-8-5  Africa is rich in reserves of minerals. It is a leading producer of gold and coltan (used in electronic devices) and other minerals. This is a blessing but also a curse because the mineral reserves are a source of conflict among many countries of Africa. I was surprised to learn that there are more illegal mining companies in Africa

Read More
Mining in Africa - World Bank

2021-4-23  v The Africa Development Forum Series was created in 2009 to focus on issues of significant relevance to Sub-Saharan Africa’s social and economic develop-ment. Its aim is both to record the state of the art on a specific topic and to

Read More
China’s pains over Zimbabwe’s indigenization plan

2016-4-26  With Zimbabwe clamping down on the enforcement of its controversial indigenization law, Yun Sun discusses how this law could impact China, the country's largest source of foreign investment.

Read More
Mining and the African Environment

2017-10-1  Africa’s major metal mines are inside or within 10 km of a protected area, considerably more than the 25% in both Asia and South America (Duran´ et al. 2013). The immediate, relatively local environmental impacts of mining per se may be dwarfed by the potentially far more wide-ranging impacts of mining infrastructure and socioeconomic change.

Read More
Mining and the African Environment - The Society for ...

2013-10-28  Introduction. Africa is on the verge of an unprecedented mining boom. This boom is attracting tens of billions of dollars in foreign investment (Janneh Ping 2011; Zhang 2011) and will result in substantial economic growth and development, but it also carries big risks for African societies and the environment.Here we highlight potential environmental threats posed by the rapid escalation of ...

Read More
ENVIRONMENTAL AND HEALTH IMPACTS OF MINING

2014-10-8  thousands of sites in Africa contaminated by mining and associated mine dumps such as tailings and slag material. On the other hand, the number of studies focused on the impacts of mining and mineral processing on the environment and human health in Africa have increased significantly during the last decade. However,

Read More
The Future of Mining in Africa Navigating a Revolution

2021-8-28  The Future of Mining in Africa The Future of Mining in Africa The rapid advance of mining digitalisation, coupled with regulatory changes, will change the way that African mines operate and require careful consideration of the impact of those changes to mining stakeholders. The digital revolution The velocity of change sweeping

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An analysis of the implementation of the Indigenization ...

2018-2-15  most of the African countries are hunting for ways to increase royalties and taxes on mining companies so as to maximize the profits. Zimbabwe on the other hand went as far as putting the “Indigenization Policy” which requires foreign countries to own 49% and 51% being owned by indigenous Zimbabweans in the next five years ( ). On the 4th

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Zimbabwe: Indigenization and Empowerment Act Library

2008-4-2  (Apr. 2, 2008) President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe signed into law the Indigenization and Empowerment Act on March 7, 2008. The Act requires foreign-owned companies to offer at least 51 percent of their shares to indigenous Zimbabweans, according to news reports. It is unclear whether the mining industry is covered by the Act, Joseph Malaba, []

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The Future of Mining in Africa Navigating a Revolution

2021-8-28  The Future of Mining in Africa The Future of Mining in Africa The rapid advance of mining digitalisation, coupled with regulatory changes, will change the way that African mines operate and require careful consideration of the impact of those changes to mining stakeholders. The digital revolution The velocity of change sweeping

Read More
ENVIRONMENTAL AND HEALTH IMPACTS OF MINING

2014-10-8  thousands of sites in Africa contaminated by mining and associated mine dumps such as tailings and slag material. On the other hand, the number of studies focused on the impacts of mining and mineral processing on the environment and human health in Africa have increased significantly during the last decade. However,

Read More
Mining and the African Environment - The Society for ...

2013-10-28  Introduction. Africa is on the verge of an unprecedented mining boom. This boom is attracting tens of billions of dollars in foreign investment (Janneh Ping 2011; Zhang 2011) and will result in substantial economic growth and development, but it also carries big risks for African societies and the environment.Here we highlight potential environmental threats posed by the rapid escalation of ...

Read More
The disastrous effects of the Mining Industry in Africa ...

2015-8-5  Africa is rich in reserves of minerals. It is a leading producer of gold and coltan (used in electronic devices) and other minerals. This is a blessing but also a curse because the mineral reserves are a source of conflict among many countries of Africa. I was surprised to learn that there are more illegal mining companies in Africa

Read More
Assessing the Environmental and Health Impacts of

Africa Mining Vision and generates interest from other partners including donors; and (3) the African Member States move toward a real ownership of the project outcomes and develop tools for adequate and sufficient control of compliance with the regulations on mining activities.

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Tackling the Challenges of the ASM Sector - Mining Africa

2020-1-13  The artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) sector in Africa is a thorny issue for both governments and large-scale mining (LSM) companies. These operations are mostly conducted in remote, environmentally vulnerable areas. They are largely unregulated and pose major security challenges to LSM mine sites. ASM mining and miners are usually a point ...

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Impact of Covid-19 on African mine production

2020-5-11  Impact of Covid-19 on African mine production. The spread of Covid-19 across Africa has caused a large-scale impact on mining operations. To curtail the spread of the virus, many countries announced national lockdown measures, ranging from a

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The Impact of Globalization on Africa

2013-11-2  Specific impact of globalization on Africa were identified according to Oyejide (1998) in the political sphere, the most important consequence is the erosion of sovereignty, especially on economic and financial matters, as a result of the imposition of models, strategies and policies of development on ...

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