EITI

Who wins if Zimbabwe Joins EITI?

By Mukasiri Sibanda & Marco Zaplan Recent news, which the government has not refused, suggested that Zimbabwe is not keen on joining the Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative (EITI). By joining EITI, the mining sector – the main engine for economic growth, would have been opened for citizens to question government …

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From Zimbabwe Mining Revenue Transparency Initiative to the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative

Mutuso Dhliwayo and Mukasiri Sibanda[1] Introduction Despite going in circles on the adoption and implementation of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI)in Zimbabwe, consensus for mining sector transparency reforms exists among stakeholders. Through fiscal policies, the government has repeatedly committed to either implement EITI or revive the Zimbabwe Mining Revenue …

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Constitutional case for mining sector transparency reforms: is EITI only route for Zimbabwe?

By Mukasiri Sibanda Government, since 2011, repeatedly made commitments to implement the Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative (EITI) or resuscitate its home-grown version, the Zimbabwe Mining Revenue Transparency Initiative (ZMRTI). EITI is regarded as a global best practice that promotes open and accountable governance of oil, gas and mineral sectors. Intentions …

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Zimbabwe Alternative Mining Indaba

The Zimbabwe Environmental Law Association (ZELA),Zimbabwe Coalition on Debt and Development, Zimbabwe Council of Churches & the African Forum on Debt & Development will from the 18th-20th of September 2019 host the Zimbabwe Alternative Mining Indaba at Holiday Inn Hotel in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. Host a Mining Indaba Side Session . …

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