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Granite in Mutoko not benefitting locals The

2015-5-13 · Granite in Mutoko not benefitting locals Ganite mining has only brought environmental degradation and other social ills to the lives of Mutoko villagers, reports MALVERN MUKUDU It is suspected that the bridge along the Harare–Nyamapanda highway collapsed due to the pressure exerted by overloaded trucks transporting granite from Mutoko to Harare.

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Granite in Mutoko not benefitting locals Nehanda

2015-5-16 · Local communities in Mutoko are crying foul over the manner in which black granite mining is being carried out by private companies. Revenue leakages are

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Zimbabwe: Mutoko Not Benefiting From Black Granite

2020-12-20 · THE granite hills of Mutoko North have been blasted and excavated to extract the ornamental mineral black granite for decades but benefits

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Black granite mining: The bane of Mutoko The

2019-2-24 · Since the early 1970s, granite mining has been going on unabated in Mutoko. Locals see huge trucks carrying granite stones negotiating their way in the rugged and dusty roads to destinations only known by the miners. The local authority is not earning much from the extraction taking place in

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Granite mining: Villagers bemoan degradation The

2016-12-24 · In the documentary, chief Mutoko says he is not happy because his people are not benefitting from granite mining and he wishes mining companies could do something for his people. “We had plenty of trees that were useful for a balanced

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Black granite: meagre revenue from prized stone

2019-11-10 · Despite being endowed with black granite, Mutoko, Murehwa and Uzumba-Maramba-Pfungwe is not benefitting from the resource Similarly antiquated trucks laden with granite are common in Mutoko, where for years they have been transporting the

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Mutoko black granite SEZ mining project to attract

2019-3-5 · Having been granted the Special Economic Zone (SEZ) status in 2018, the project will see thousands of direct and indirect jobs benefiting the locals. According to MMCZ, Mutoko District alone contributes approximately 75 percent of Zimbabwe’s

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Zim losing out on granite royalties The Chronicle

2011-7-29 · Zim losing out on granite royalties. sector shattering the lives of most communities in Mutoko’s granite rock mining area. This emerged at an all stakeholders meeting on the impact of granite

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Mutoko villagers cry foul over insidious granite deals

Last but not least, the ownership structure of granite miners has to be revisited as it remains skewed in favour of investors. Zimbabwe being ‘open for business’ also entails the authorities to relook into contract agreements that are beneficial to the locals.

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Zim losing out on granite royalties The Herald

2011-7-29 · Global traders are selling a slice of a square metre of black granite mineral stones from quarries across Mutoko at prices between US$500 and US$600 while the local rural district council is

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Mnangagwa faction purges traditional leaders

2015-5-16 · Granite in Mutoko not benefitting locals. You might also like More from author. Politics. Mnangagwa under fire over Ndebele king Crimes & Courts. CJ Malaba debacle: ED shunts judges

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zimbabwe mutoko granit mỏ baerekepel

Feb 12, 2019· In 2009 Mutoko District produced 121 000 metric tonnes of black granite which was estimated to be worth US$12.1 million. The Mutoko Rural District Council only received $18 000. With an annual production of 200 000 MT, only 5 percent of black granite is being processed in Zimbabwe

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‘Let’s all benefit from our natural resources

2018-5-24 · Granite in Mutoko, diamonds in Marange and Zvishavane, gold in Mhangura, flora and fauna in our rivers and national parks belong to us and the future generations. We must resist efforts to label and use our cultural diversities and guard against the West’s imperial agenda and its implications on indigenous cultures.

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SENATE HANSARD 10 MAY 2018 VOL 23 NO 39

2018-5-10 · Let me give another example of granite in Mutoko. Mining operations have been going on for quite some time but people of Mutoko are saying they are not benefitting anything from those resources because these are just taken away to develop other areas.

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Quarry Companies In Zimbabwe staroceskakuchyne.cz

Quarry Companies In Zimbabwe. quarry business in zimbabwe, african quarry companies, quarry business plan. granite exporting town destroyed the zimbabwean. this is mutoko, one of the most underdeveloped districts in zimbabwe. (pictured: emmanuel nyanyiwa co owner of finnex quarry company said that the local.get priceget price

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The Zimbabwe Situation

In Mutoko, the community wallows in poverty, making a living from poorly resourced farming ventures. But daily, trucks traverse the dusty, poorly maintained roads transporting black granite for export. While Mutoko residents may not have been moved to make way for the extraction of giant rocks, the same could not be said about the Marange

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SENATE HANSARD 13 JUNE 2017 VOL 26 NO 60

2017-6-13 · The company extracts black granite stone and has some branches in Mutoko, Karambika, Shamva, Mupfurudzi Game Park and plans to open a new site in Chidenga to mine Kelly Granite. 4.2.3 The Mine Manager also stated that the granite stone is measured by the controllers at the site and MMCZ also measures the granite to verify its weight and

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The Zimbabwe Situation

heritage is being mined out and not much in terms of improvements or other forms of benefits is being ploughed back." Nekati Kowo, a 25-year-old villager said granite quarries were causing more damage than they were benefitting their host communities. "What is being destroyed is more than what we are benefiting from the mining," Kowo said.

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Phililp Muyengwa Giraffe Heroes Project — #

Phililp Muyengwa. He’s been labeled an “agent of imperialism” by illegal mining syndicates and some village headmen in their pay, but that has not broken the spirit of young leader Phillip Muyengwa, Founder of Youth Initiatives for Community Development (YICD). He and YICD champion the cause of economic justice by advocating for the

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Sustainzim Issue 05 by SustainZim Issuu

2017-4-20 · SUSTAINZIM THINK LIVE STAY GREEN! Q1 I S S U E 0 5 / 1 7. 3. C L I M AT E C H A N G E was constructed in a way that will prevent dirt from flowing in and contaminating the water.

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