Browsing: Metals & Minerals

Extractives Gemfields' Mozambican rubies with Zambian emeralds. Photo: Gemfields
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The Montepuez Ruby Mining (MRM) project in Cabo Delgado province is not transparent enough and has not delivered expected revenues to the state, according to a new report from a Mozambican NGO. A newly report from [...]

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Extractives A still from a video purportedly showing the torture of artisanal miners in Montepuez
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A British law firm has filed a suit on behalf of more than a hundred Mozambican artisanal miners and residents against British mining company Gemfields in London - alleging that state and private security forces, acting on Gemfields’ behalf, tortured and [...]

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Extractives A map of the disputed concession area.
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A group of shareholders of Pathfinder Minerals, the AIM-listed company disputing the ownership of mining concessions in Mozambique, are calling for the chairman and CEO to be replaced - after its former local partners said they would no longer negotiate with the [...]

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Extractives The village of Nagonha. Photo: Amnesty International
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A Chinese sand mining company operating under a dubious environmental licence and land use certificate (DUAT) has put a Mozambican village of more than a thousand people at serious risk of being washed into the Indian Ocean, Amnesty International [...]

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Coal Minister Max Tonela at Frelimo's Central Committee meeting in Matola, 25 March 2018. Photo © Alexandre Nhampossa / Zitamar News
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The ministry for mineral resources and energy (MIREME) should establish the functions and powers of a new regulatory body for the petroleum and mining sector – the High Authority on the Extractive Industry (Alta Autoridade da Industria Extractiva, AAIE) as [...]

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