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What Zim government can do The Zimbabwe Independent

What Zim government can do The Zimbabwe Independent

Using data collection methods inspired by phenomenological study this paper discusses if EIA processes by a gold mining company had mainstreamed or marooned access rights which are the cornerstone of environmental democracy While the Zimbabwes EIA policy is applauded for covertly mainstreaming environmental democracy research INDUSTRIAL DEMOCRACY IN ZIMBABWE G J MAPHOSA Ziscosteel Redeliff THIS ARTICLE SEEKS to provide a brief examination of Zimbabwes industrial relations as seen firstly from my academic research during the period 19811985 in a mining company north of Apr 27 2013 Small and largescale mining land acquisitions and mining establishments continue to grow in Zimbabwe but the question about the development of sustainability remains problematic While mining establishments can be regarded as vehicles for development the evidence of positive effects in terms of sustainability in this case is weak The miningsustainability nexus is characterized by

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Diamond Mining in Zimbabwe The Chininga Report

Diamond Mining in Zimbabwe The Chininga Report

Democracy in Zimbabwe will not necessarily lead to economic prosperity We need revolutionary ideas and people to take Zimbabwe to the next level If there is anything we must be taught from South Africa it is the fact that democracy will not necessarily result in economic prosperity and the amelioration of life conditions of the masses Jun 06 2014 About this Episode In this episode of Democracy Ideas Christopher Walker interviews Charles Mangongera about the militarization of Zimbabwes politics state institutions and economy as well as how the militarys role may affect Zimbabwes prospects for democratic reform Mr Charles Mangongera is a Zimbabwean human rights and governance researcher who previously served as Sep 21 2010 Zimbabwe Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai says he and his colleagues in the unity government must continue to rebuild the country despite difficulties and slow progress towards democracy

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An Assessment of the Extractive Industries Transparency

An Assessment of the Extractive Industries Transparency

It will of course mean that there is a limitation on the centralization of power in both the political and economic fields There was clear agreement that centralization and personalization of power by rulers has been a major obstacle to democracy in African countries Africas problem is unequivocally and fundamentally political Jun 15 2014 Mangongera Well I often say to democracy actors in Zimbabwe who are thinking about possible positive actions that can be taken in the future in terms of security sector reform I think that theres a professional cadre which is below or in the lower ranks of the military command which just wants to do its job and is committed to The contribution of mining to GDP is estimated to have increased from 32 in 2008 to 81 in 2009 and was estimated at 7 in 2019 In this article we look at the top 10 most mined minerals in Zimbabwe which are gold platinum coal nickel chrome

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ChineseOwned Mining Companies Bring Work and

ChineseOwned Mining Companies Bring Work and

Jan 25 2021 The Extractives Industries Transparency Initiative EITI founded in 2003 was formed as a tool to improve and promote transparency in the oil and gas and mining sectors respectively It was primarily designed to overcome the challenge of revenues in the extractive industries being diverted for unproductive purposes and therefore not being Jul 12 2021 Mining Zimbabwe is endowed with abundant unexploited resources Manufacturing Zimbabwes manufacturing sector has been hit hard by illegal economic sanctions Most industries Apr 09 2012 Whilst there is no doubt that all the four mining companies doing business in Marange have brought in state of the art mining equipment and have established infrastructure that

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Reclaiming democracy Aidan Ricketts

Reclaiming democracy Aidan Ricketts

Sep 11 2017 Mismanagement of the diamond sector has devastating consequences for Zimbabwes development and democracy Not only have diamonds failed to benefit the Zimbabwean people but evidence suggests that they have funded the state machinery consistently implicated in oppression 19811985 in a mining company north of Harare and secondly from my intimate work knowledge and experience in a number of companies from 1981 to date My emphasis is not so much on its history nor on the theoretical models on which the independent Zimbabwean governments policy of industrial democracy has been based but on the viability of the Rudds mining tax was attacked by the mining industry as sovereign risk That is the mining industry word for democracy Unsurprisingly that prime minister was quickly removed and replaced with one that watered down the legislation and now it is being removed entirely along with the carbon tax

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Forum QA Alex Magaisa on Zimbabwes Upcoming 2018

Forum QA Alex Magaisa on Zimbabwes Upcoming 2018

Nov 09 2011 28 Finance Minister Tendai Biti has stressed the need for the countrys mining laws to be overhauled so that there is greater transparency in the operations of the industry Militarised diamond mining and trading at Marange has resulted in loss of life human rights abuses corrupt practices and the enrichment of a privileged and powerful Instead there is a risk that diamonds are funding repression Report Diamonds A Good Deal for Zimbabwe Several directors of one of the largest mining companies operating in Zimbabwes controversial Marange diamond fields are drawn from the Zimbabwean military and police Aug 20 2021 ONE of the biggest gold producers in Zimbabwe Kuvimba Mining House is expected to be a key shareholder in Fidelity Printers and Refiners FPR FPR is a

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Zimbabwe Industry Information about Industry in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe Industry Information about Industry in Zimbabwe

May 07 2021 ON April 20 2021 Zimbabwes National Assembly the Lower Chamber passed the Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment No 2 Bill by a twothirds majority vote of 191 to 22 Members of Parliament On May 4 2021 this legislation went through its third and final reading in the Senate the Upper Chamber where it was passed by a twothirds Jan 10 2020 Zimbabwe is working well only for a few while the rest are suffering Tobacco farmers have done well but not maize and wheat farmers The mining sector faces the problem of prices being decided by buyers and not sellers The manufacturing industries have shrunk to about 34 of capacity Mar 20 2011 Zimbabwe Industry In 1998 Zimbabwe was the worlds thirteenthlargest producer of gold which is the countrys biggest mineral export Mining contributed 13 percent of GDP in 1997 and generated US900 million of export revenue in 1995 amounting to 45 percent of total value of exports up from US623 million in the previous year

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Democracy in Zimbabwe wont necessarily result in

Democracy in Zimbabwe wont necessarily result in

Nov 02 2010 The requirement would apply to both American and international companies listed with the SEC covering a majority of the largest oil gas and mining companies in the world The provision of the act would be critical for establishing freedom of information and a global standard for transparency in the minerals sector especially at a time when Apr 06 2018 As Zimbabwes economy continues to falter Chineseowned mining companies offer employment for Zimbabweans but the economic boost is accompanied by environmental and safety problems The companies quarrymining practices leave choking dust and unattended mining pits and have even led to deaths Jun 21 2018 The problem with Zimbabwe is that you had all these companies that were given licenses to do diamond mining in Zimbabwe Some of them were Chinese with another stake often given to the Zimbabwean government nominally but the reality was it

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