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AGC-PAC Field Report: Technical Intervention Assessment PAC ASM Gold Project (PPA)

"The Artisanal Gold Council (AGC) was contracted by PAC to help with their gold project in the DRC with the aim of helping create incentives for artisanal miners to produce gold responsibly and to sell it through a legal transparent supply chain ul…

Diamond Industry Annual Review: Sierra Leone 2004

"It is now two years since Sierra Leone’s war formally ended. Fuelled largely by diamonds and corruption – the two were very closely linked – the decade-long conflict drew much-needed international attention to the processes of diamond mining and tr…

Towards Agenda 2063: Re-inventing Partnership on Extractive Governance

This briefing outlines key principles that should frame stakeholder engagements in Africa’s extractive industries, with balanced participation by companies, governments and other role players. Chief among these is a renewed commitment by all the pa…

Raising the Community Voice in the Extractive Sector

The document is divided into four main headings. The headlines are then discussed in more detail with subtitles following. The first heading poses the question: 1. Is Zimbabwe prepared to reap the benefits from BRICs investments? The following impor…

Is Zimbabwe Prepared to Reap the Benefits from BRICs Investments?

Equitability and sustainability should be exercised when natural resources are exploited. Diamond mining at Anjin has, to a large extent, revealed worst mining practices have been revealed, to a large extent, at the mining of diamonds at Anjin. The…

Publish What you Pay : Position Paper on Key Mining Reforms in Zimbabwe

The compilation of this position paper is based on submissions that were made by some of the organisations that form the PWYP Zimbabwe Coalition following a resolution from the 2015 AGM. The submissions sought to summarize some of the critical issue…

Transitioning to Sustainable Development and a Green Economy in the Niger Delta of Nigeria : Challenges and Prospects

This monograph examined the production and consumption activities of a resource-rich, but peripheral and marginalized region of a developing country, that is on an unguided race to develop, and is consequently paying little or no attention to the…

Citizen Engagement in Natural Resource Governance

Mining operations of 7 diamond companies in Manicaland Province were shut down by the government in February 2016, because their operations lacked transparency and accountability. Government decided to merge diamond companies into the newly formed…

Natural Resource Management In Ghana: A Case For Constitutional Amendment

"Mining (mineral extraction) in Ghana has a long history and that history is a love-hate one. Mining has been regarded with suspicion and has been attacked for several reasons, chief among which is the often leveled charge that the adverse environme…

Mining Developments in Marange Haunt Government for ignoring Chindori Chininga findings.

An inquiry was conducted by the portfolio committee on mines and energy in Zimbabwe in the diamond mining sector between 2009 and 2013 with the intention of holding the executive to account. In spite of the fact that standing order 167 empowers the …

The Social, Economic and Environmental Implications of Diamond Mining in Chiadzwa

The primary agendas in the public domain were to comprehensively address the challenges of formal and informal miners in Chiadzwa and at the same time ensuring sustainable livelihoods for the villagers and national economic recovery. In Chiadzwa, th…

Conflict-Prone Minerals in the Great Lakes Region of Africa

There is an abundance of natural resources situated in the Great Lakes Region of Africa, including high-valued minerals such as tin, tantalum, tungsten and gold, which are important components of everyday products like cell phones, iPods, refrigerat…

Environmental Impact Assessment Report for Hwange Coal Mining Activities

Coal mining negatively affects the livelihoods of many in communities, destroys animal habitats, and pollutes the environment whilst at the same time its burning significantly contributes to climate change. Many communities in developed countries h…

An Analysis of Zimbabwe's Mines and Minerals Amendment Bill

The Mines and Minerals Bill (MMAB, 2015) in Zimbabwe was introduced to amend and strengthen the 1963 Mines and Minerals Act. The 1963 Act lacked provisions that would prevent mineral revenue leakages, opaque mining licensing, poor flows of taxes and…

Contraband Gold in the Great Lakes Region - In Region Cross Border Gold Flows Versus Out-Region Smuggling

The legal and illegal gold flows were examined in this study which takes place within the ICGLR Region and from the ICGLR Region to the United Arab Emirates, the principal import destination for ASM gold from the ICGLR Region. The study found that i…

Projet Initiative Pauvreté-Environnement au Burkina (IPE/Burkina) / Project Initiative for Poverty and Environment in Burkina Faso

This document is made up of several articles regarding the hazardous use of chemicals for mining and agricultural purposes. The first article titled: "Cotton and mines, two key areas of development and/or the death of the Burkinabe economy". The art…

SADC Futures of Mining: Implications of Large-Scale EV Adoption

The large-scale adoption of electrical vehicles (EVs) is both an opportunity and threat if SADC member states do not act proactively to adjust to the future of mining. Southern Africa has some of the largest reserves of EV-related minerals and metal…

Study Report on Resource Extraction and Sustainable Development of Mine-take Communities in Ghana

Mining is an important economic activity for many developing countries, especially mineral-rich countries whose economic activities are largely natural resources dependent. The mining sector plays a significant role in revenue generation, local infr…

Advancing the Social Compact 2020 and Sustainability Workshop

Natural Resources is one of GGA’s five programmes and is centred on effective and sustainable management of Africa’s resources. This programme looks at measures to manage and sustain natural resources, reporting on progress, shortcomings and offerin…

The Likely Impact of COVID-19 on the Extractive Industries and its Governance Implications

COVID-19, the disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus, has been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO). Global policy responses have shut down economic activity in attempts to flatten the curve – to prevent a stiletto-type impact …

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