Tuesday , February 7 2023

Tanzania

Tanzania’s Barrick Gold delivers record production

Barrick Gold Corporation’s two gold mines in Tanzania, North Mara and Bulyanhulu, ramped up combined output to 547,0001 ounces in 2022, achieving another step towards their potential Tier One2 status in the group’s asset portfolio as a combined complex. At the same time, exploration is continuing to deliver opportunities to …

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Walkabout completes Lindi Jumbo inaugural environmental audit

Walkabout Resources has passed an independent environmental audit for Lindi Jumbo Graphite Mine in Tanzania, the first to take place since the commencement of construction activities. The development is in compliance with Regulation 50 of the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) & Audit Regulations, Walkabout Resources commissioned NAK Limited to conduct …

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How Weholite Technology is helping to maintain Zanzibar’s beauty

By Ali Gulamhussein, Plasco CEO In 2015 CPS Live Ltd, a real estate developer launched Fumba Town, a modern African town in Zanzibar, the island that lies some 30km (just over 16 nautical miles) off the Tanzanian mainland. Fumba Town consists of 3,000 housing units, commercial, retail, hospitality, and medical …

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Siloed Approach to World’s Environmental and Social Challenges Risks Achievement of UN’s SDGs

According to Barrick Gold Corporation President and Chief Executive Mark Bristow, the achievement of the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030 will not be met as long as the world’s key environmental and social challenges are dealt with separately. “The 17 SDGs are interconnected and a contribution …

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BARRICK TARGETS FURTHER GROWTH IN TANZANIA

With its North Mara and Bulyanhulu gold mines set to achieve a combined production in excess of 500,000 ounces1 for the second year running, Barrick Gold Corporation (NYSE:GOLD)(TSX:ABX) is looking to expand its East African footprint from this base. Speaking to media at a briefing at a local school near …

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Miners urged to prioritize health and safety of their workers

Miners have been urged to ensure that they use certified equipment by the Tanzania Bureau of Standards (TBS) to protect their health and safety. The TBS Lake Zone Manager, Eng Joseph Mwaipaja said at the climax of the Technology in Mining Exhibition Week, over the weekend that, miners are required …

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Tanzania issues a stern warning to mineral traffickers

The government has warned mineral traffickers that they will face the full force of the law after becoming aware of their actions to steal valuable resources. At the ceremonial inauguration of the fifth National Mineral Technology Expo on Monday at the EPZA Bombambili grounds in Geita Region, Minerals Minister Dr. …

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How Weholite Technology is helping to maintain Zanzibar’s beauty

By Ali Gulamhussein, Plasco CEO In 2015 CPS Live Ltd, a real estate developer launched Fumba Town, a modern African town in Zanzibar, the island that lies some 30km (just over 16 nautical miles) off the Tanzanian mainland. Fumba Town consists of 3,000 housing units, commercial, retail, hospitality, and medical …

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Montero Mining at loggerheads with Tanzania

Following the revocation of its permit to prospect for rare earths in Tanzania, TORONTO-listed Montero Mining & Exploration said last week that it has launched a C$90 million claim against the East African nation. The claim has been submitted to the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes of the …

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Edenville Energy set to take advantage of rising coal prices and demand

The aim-listed operator of the Rukwa coal project in Tanzania, Edenville Energy, has announced a board reorganization as part of its ambitions to grow the project to take advantage of rising coal prices and demand, as well as to extend the company’s business operations. With immediate effect, Alistair Muir and …

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