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Chamu Mining Syndicate v Mpindiwa N.O. Another (HMA 31 ...

Jun 21, 2017  hma 31-17. hc 44/16 chamu mining syndicate. versus. sibongile mpindiwa n.o. and. chamwandoita syndicate high court of zimbabwe. mafusire j. harare, 30 may 2017 21 june 2017

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Mining and Environmental Rights in Zimbabwe. A Case of ...

Oct 08, 2006  Zvishavane is one of the marginalized communities in Zimbabwe where all types of mining activities are taking place as the district is located along the Great Dyke mineral belt. The dominant mining entities in the district are artisanal small-scale miners exploiting gold and chrome. ... Mining and Environmental Rights in Zimbabwe. A Case of ...

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Macheza v Chaumbezvo (HC 4157/14) [2015] ZWHHC 259 (17 ...

Jan 27, 2015  In the instant case, the Mining Commissioner did not convene a court to determine the dispute which would have entitled the 1 st Respondent to approach the High Court on appeal. As such, the decision of the Mining Commissioner was a nullity and what the 2 nd Respondent did was simply to declare that decision a nullity administratively and ...

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EPOs a case of misplaced concern? - Mining Zimbabwe

Dec 12, 2019  The debate around Exclusive Prospecting Orders (EPOs) has been in public domain for over a year now with many small-scale and artisanal miners determined that EPOs are a malevolence that needs to be dealt with to allow the growth of the mining sector in Zimbabwe thereby helping the country to achieve the projected USD12 billion mining industry by 2023.

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RioZim loses court case - Mining Zimbabwe

Mining giant RIOZIM Limited’s application seeking a contempt of court order against a mining company, Rusununguko Nkululeko, for allegedly defying a judgment by continuing to carry out mining activities on the international conglomerate’s chrome ore claims in Darwendale has been dismissed for lack of merit. The gold mining conglomerate also wanted Rusununguko Nkululeko’s two directors,

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Hwange mining case dismissed by court - Mining Zimbabwe

Sep 16, 2020  HIGH Court judge Owen Tagu has struck off the court roll, the case of Zimbabwe Environment Lawyers Association (Zela) and a Hwange resident who were seeking an order compelling a Chinese Mining Firm, Zhongxin Mining Group Tongmao Coal Company (Pvt) Ltd to stop its controversial mining operations inside Hwange National Park. The case was struck

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Mining Zimbabwe - Zimbabwe Mining News in real time

Mining Zimbabwe – our core focus is the Zimbabwe Mining Industry, Zimbabwe Mining News, trends, new technologies being developed and used to improve this crucial sector, as well as new opportunities and investments arising from it. Telephone: 0242 777728 VOIP: +263 8644 276 585

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Improving Workers' Safety and Health in the Zimbabwean ...

The purpose of this qualitative multiple case study was to explore the successful strategies that leaders in the mining and quarrying industry deployed for improving employee occupational safety and health. The population group target consisted of six mine executives at three mining and quarrying companies in Zimbabwe who successfully

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Zimbabwe mine workers shot by Chinese mine owner shows ...

Jun 29, 2020  The shooting of two Zimbabwean workers by a Chinese boss shows the "systematic and widespread" abuse that locals face in Chinese mining operations, says the Zimbabwe Environmental Law Society (ZELA).

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Complete represented report chrome 1 Report on Chrome ...

Chrome mining in Zimbabwe is mainly concentrated on the Great Dyke and it is estimated that the Dyke hosts about 10 billion tones of unproven reserves. Most of the chrome claims are located in Mutorashanga, Chegutu, Kadoma, Kwekwe and Lalapanzi. Despite the huge

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Mining and Environmental Rights in Zimbabwe. A Case of ...

Oct 08, 2006  Zvishavane is one of the marginalized communities in Zimbabwe where all types of mining activities are taking place as the district is located along the Great Dyke mineral belt. The dominant mining entities in the district are artisanal small-scale miners exploiting gold and chrome. ... Mining and Environmental Rights in Zimbabwe. A Case of ...

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Government Revenues from Mining: A Case Study of

application in the mineral sector in Zimbabwe. A comparison could be made of the fiscal terms that apply to the special mining leases and the appropriateness of potential changes to the future mining fiscal regime (e.g. capital depreciation and interest withholding taxes) could be tested. Project

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The Zimbabwe Environmental Law Association(ZELA) files a ...

Sep 10, 2020  And To: ZIMBABWE ZHONGXIN MINING GROUP. TONGMAO COAL COMPANY (PVT) LTD. 1 ST Respondent 17777 Tredgold Road, Belvedere, HARARE. AND TO: ZIMBABWE MINING DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION. 2 nd Respondent MMCZ Building 90 Mutare Road, Msasa, HARARE. AND TO: MINISTER OF MINES MINING DEVELOPMENT. 3 rd Respondent. ZIMRE Complex,

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Mining Case Studies In Zimbabwe - feldmann-rechtsanwalt

Mining Case Studies In Zimbabwe . FOB Reference Price: Get Latest Price 2018-6-8Shifting Formalization Policies and Recentralizing Power The Case of Zimbabwes Artisanal Gold Mining Sector SAMUEL J. SPIEGEL Centre of African Studies, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, United Kingdom In the 1990s, government authorities in Zimbabwe introduced internationally praised

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(PDF) Building Employee Trust in Performance Management ...

Also the relatively small sample size prevents obtaining an overall picture, and successfully studying one company in Zimbabwe does not necessarily mean the proposed trust-building cycle is 13 de Wall Nhamachena Building Employee Trust in Performance Management: The Case of A Mining Company In Zimbabwe valid for other companies in other ...

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SMALL-SCALE GOLD MINING AND RURAL LIVELIHOODS: CASE

Mar 23, 2016  Gandiwa, E. and Gandiwa, P. (2012). Biodiversity conservation versus artisanal gold mining: A case study of Chimanimani National park, Zimbabwe:Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa 14, (6) Government of Zimbabwe (GOZ)Mines and Minerals Act Chapter 21:05, Government Printers, Harare . Hilson, G., (2002b).

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Complete represented report chrome 1 Report on Chrome ...

Chrome mining in Zimbabwe is mainly concentrated on the Great Dyke and it is estimated that the Dyke hosts about 10 billion tones of unproven reserves. Most of the chrome claims are located in Mutorashanga, Chegutu, Kadoma, Kwekwe and Lalapanzi. Despite the huge

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Indigenisation’s ‘unintended consequences’ in Zim’s mining ...

May 16, 2021  By Obey Manayiti and Sophie Cullis The current state of affairs in Zimbabwe’s mining sector can aptly be attributed to the law of unintended consequences. The law of unintended consequences has been defined by Robert Norton, a columnist and formerly an editor of Fortune magazine, as the “actions of people — and especially of government”, []

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Small scale miners risk life and limb in Zimbabwe - The ...

Aug 22, 2020  And the sector is far from marginal: the international non-profit PACT found in 2016 that gold mining made up 2.6 per cent of Zimbabwe’s Gross Domestic Product, “18% of exports, 28% of mining output, and 1% of government revenues (royalties only) and employed 7.1% of the labor force.”

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Welcome to Zimbabwe Legal Information Institute Website ...

The Zimbabwe Legal Information Institute (ZimLII) provides free, full and anonymous access to Zimbabwe Case-law, Legislation and Legal Journals. On the ZimLII website you can read and download the following for free: The most current and complete digital collection of Zimbabwe caselaw and case summaries from the superior courts.

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All That Glitters is Not Gold: Turmoil in Zimbabwe’s ...

Nov 24, 2020  Thirdly, Zimbabwe’s legal system is unpredictable: artisanal miners have no collective rights under the law and in case of disputes authorities often apply the law unevenly, failing to hold politically connected parties to account and playing havoc with mining companies.

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Rough Diamond industry growing despite Covid-19

Rough Diamond industry growing despite Covid-19. Despite a sage in Covid-19 cases across the globe and the shutdown in major production centres, rough diamonds demand is continuing to grow, signalling a solid recovery for the industry a gemstones, diamonds and mineral trading company has said. According to Naurish Diamonds and Gold, a company ...

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Marange diamond fields - Wikipedia

In December 2006, the company was readying trial mining operations when the Government of Zimbabwe took over the rights via the Zimbabwe Mining Development Corporation, despite African Consolidated Resources winning a court case allowing them to continue mining.

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Shifting Formalization Policies and Recentralizing Power ...

Power: The Case of Zimbabwe’s Artisanal Gold Mining Sector SAMUEL J. SPIEGEL Centre of African Studies, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, United Kingdom In the 1990s, government authorities in Zimbabwe introduced internationally praised policies to formalize the artisanal and small-scale mining sector, using a combination

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Core Mining And Minerals Resources (Pvt) Ltd v Zimbabwe ...

core mining and minerals resources (pvt) ltd. versus. the zimbabwe mining development corporation. and. marange resources (pvt) ltd. and. the minerals marketing corporation of zimbabwe. and. canadile miners (pvt) ltd. and. the minister of mines and mining development . high court of zimbabwe. mavangira j. harare, 3 and 5 january 2011 . urgent ...

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(PDF) A case study of the perceived socio-environmental ...

Disaster Advances Vol. 6 (10) October 2013 A Case Study of the Perceived Socio-Environmental Problems caused By Illegal Gold Mining in Gwanda District, Zimbabwe Bhebhe D., Kunguma O., Jordaan A. and Majonga H.* Disaster Risk Management Training and Education Centre for Africa, PO Box 339, University of the Free State, Bloemfontein 9300, SOUTH AFRICA *[email protected]

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ZIMBABWE

Zimbabwe is a highly literate country and it is ranked amongst the best in Africa. The Government of Zimbabwe after independence in 1980 took a deliberate stance to invest in human capital development and this led to a huge skills base in the country. The mining sector is critical to Zimbabwe’s economy , contributing over 50%

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Indigenisation’s ‘unintended consequences’ in Zim’s mining ...

May 16, 2021  By Obey Manayiti and Sophie Cullis The current state of affairs in Zimbabwe’s mining sector can aptly be attributed to the law of unintended consequences. The law of unintended consequences has been defined by Robert Norton, a columnist and formerly an editor of Fortune magazine, as the “actions of people — and especially of government”, []

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Grace Kamanga R177957r CH1 - TOPIC PROSPECTS AND ...

TOPIC: PROSPECTS AND CHALLENGES OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITY IN MINING INDUSTRY IN ZIMBABWE. A CASE STUDY OF MATABELELAND SOUTH PROVINCE. CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY 1.0 Introduction Disabled Individuals are often ignored in mining organisations policy frameworks and this has detrimental effects on their part. This is also the case with local mining companies in Zimbabwe

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Mining Case Studies In Zimbabwe - feldmann-rechtsanwalt

Mining Case Studies In Zimbabwe . FOB Reference Price: Get Latest Price 2018-6-8Shifting Formalization Policies and Recentralizing Power The Case of Zimbabwes Artisanal Gold Mining Sector SAMUEL J. SPIEGEL Centre of African Studies, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, United Kingdom In the 1990s, government authorities in Zimbabwe introduced internationally praised

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Shifting Formalization Policies and Recentralizing Power ...

Power: The Case of Zimbabwe’s Artisanal Gold Mining Sector SAMUEL J. SPIEGEL Centre of African Studies, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, United Kingdom In the 1990s, government authorities in Zimbabwe introduced internationally praised policies to formalize the artisanal and small-scale mining sector, using a combination

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Marange diamond fields - Wikipedia

In December 2006, the company was readying trial mining operations when the Government of Zimbabwe took over the rights via the Zimbabwe Mining Development Corporation, despite African Consolidated Resources winning a court case allowing them to continue mining.

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Case Study 2 Report: Mining - MARCO

The mining sector, worth 59.5 billion euro in 2015, is comprised of mining of coal and lignite, mining of metal ores, other mining and quarrying, and supporting services to these sub-sectors. Extraction of oil and gas was excluded in this case study. Mining operations are particularly exposed to

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Small-scale Mining and Sustainable Development within

cases. Similarly, there are wide differences with respect to the minerals; more than 50 different minerals are exploited. Mining, processing and marketing them presents several individual problems and challenges. Multiplying these with our 6 countries (ignoring the sub-areas) would give us at least 300 varied issues to investigate. This ...

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Rough Diamond industry growing despite Covid-19

Rough Diamond industry growing despite Covid-19. Despite a sage in Covid-19 cases across the globe and the shutdown in major production centres, rough diamonds demand is continuing to grow, signalling a solid recovery for the industry a gemstones, diamonds and mineral trading company has said. According to Naurish Diamonds and Gold, a company ...

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Zimbabwe okay Chinese coal mining in Hwange Park as ...

Sep 03, 2020  Zimbabwe has okayed a Chinese coal-mining pact at its top game reserve, even as elephants die. A marabou stork stands on an elephant carcass

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Mining industry of Zimbabwe - Wikipedia

The mining industry of Zimbabwe is administered by the Ministry of Mines and Mining Development, the Department of Geological Survey, the Department of Metallurgy, and the Mining promotion and Development Department. The country's main commodities include metallurgical-grade chromite, as well as asbestos, coal, copper, gold, nickel, and iron ore.. Early development of the country was spurred ...

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UPDATE ON THE ZIMBABWE MINING POLICIES AND

mining industry reflect that: “for existing business where government does not have 51%ownership, compliance with the Indigenization and Economic Policy should be through ensuring that the local content retained in Zimbabwe by such business is not less than 75% of gross value of the exploited resources.

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