Emerging questions from last week’s Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Mines’ tour of Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company
By Nyaradzo Mutonhori | January 2017
Zimbabwe: Can Parliament help reverse the Marange diamonds curse?
By Mukasiri Sibanda and Tinashe Chisaira | January 2017
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Time to Build People’s Advocacy for Development from Minerals
Matebeleland Alternative Mining Indaba 2016,September, 2016
The first ever Matabeleland Alternative Mining Indaba kicks off on 27 September 2016 in Bulawayo, the City of Kings. Ideally, the presence of mineral resources in a community should be a blessing and not a curse. Having rich mineral resources is an opportunity to improve the living standards of citizens for any resource rich country.
Recommendations from the National Economic Symposium Break-Away Session on Mining
Zimbabwe Alternative Mining Indaba 2016,September, 2016
Mining, essentially, value addition and beneficiation is one of the growth engines for the country’s development plans, the Zimbabwe Agenda and for Sustainable Socio-Economic Transformation (ZimAsset) and the Ten Point Plan.
Views of a community member on benefits of Participatory Budgeting
Community Monitoring,October, 2016
Budget transparency helps us communities to understand how the income generated by the councils is distributed. This eliminates questions amongst the communities for example we might want to ask if the budget was done properly and if the needs of the communities were met.
Women call for ecological restoration of Save River; condemn riverbed and say “It takes more than joint ventures to conjure up of environmentally friendly riverbed mining”
Gender in Extractives, | November, 2016
Sunday Mail carried a notification for submissions of views for an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for alluvial mining and processing of gold mining along Mazowe River to be carried out by Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Mining Company (ZCDC).
Mining for Broad Based Socio-Economic: Why Climate Change Management Is So Important
Climate Change, | November, 2016
It has been a long cry for government and local host communities to have the mining sector contribute towards socio-economic development of the nation. The mining sectors contribution to socio-economic development is currently under threat due to climate change.