To provide support in undertaking an intensive research in order to fully understand who benefits from the industrial gold extraction in Zimbabwe http://www.zela.org
Women In Communities Affected By Extractive Industries
SARW/NRG and the Democracy and Governance Cluster supports the National Indigenisation Economic Empowerment Board (NIEEB) in a project designed to build the capacity of community Share Ownership Trust (CSOTs) in Zimbabwe. http://www.nieeb.co.zw/
Governor, Dr. John Mangudya plans to engage artisanal miners on responsible gold mining and decriminalise gold possession, which will assist artisanal miners.
Zimbabwe is losing gold worth about $800 million every month through smuggling and underground dealings involving locals and international cartels.
The figure is stated in an unofficial document produced by a private citizen has been forwarded to Vice President Joice Mujuru, Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa, several other ministries, the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank. The nation is currently reeling under an acute cash crunch and a debt of $9.9 billion.
Zimbabwe is on the verge of establishing a centralised mining revenue account, in a bid to monitor income from its minerals as well as improve accountability and transparency within the mining sector.
Empowering parliaments in the region to independently undertake their oversight role more efficiently in the Resource Sector
RESUMPTION of operations at Ziscosteel will take more time than anticipated although talks continue between the government and new investors