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ZELA PRESS RELEASE: Launch Event for the Protection of Property and Mining Rights Research set for tomorrow

ZELA PRESS RELEASE: Launch Event for the Protection of Property and Mining Rights Research set for tomorrow. For immediate release Harare,28/06/2022-The Zimbabwe Environmental Law Association (ZELA) will tomorrow, the 29th of June 2022 launch a study on Protection of Property and Mining Rights in Zimbabwe. The study critically analyses the property …

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Legislative gaps breed IFFs in gemstone sector 

April 2022 Policy and legislative gaps in the gemstone sector have resulted in the flourishing of Illicit Financial Flows that are proving to be highly costly to the country, a recent report has established. The report titled Scope and Nature of Illicit Flows in Zimbabwe’s Gemstone Sector by the Zimbabwe …

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ZELA TO ATTEND THE ELEPHANT SUMMIT

22 May 2022 The Zimbabwe Environmental Law Association (ZELA) will tomorrow join national, regional, and international wildlife conservation stakeholders at the African Elephant Summit to be hosted in the iconic Hwange National Park from the 23rd to the 26th of May 2022. The summit to be graced by Ambassadors from China and …

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13TH ALTERNATIVE MINING INDABA 4th – 11th May 2022 COMMUNIQUE

Theme: A Just energy transition for sustainable mining Communities in an era of the climate crisis Preamble: We, the more than 4000 physical and 200 virtual delegates, from various formations that include faith-based organisations, mining-affected communities, civil society organisations, traditional leaders, political leaders, academia, trade and labour unions, government, and …

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US$ 4 Billion Gold Sector target by 2023: Are we there yet?

13 May 2022 By Tatenda Mapoodze Zimbabwe is determined to achieve an empowered and prosperous upper Middle-income society by 2030 through establishing transformative inclusive development agendas. The country has moved to a mineral resource-dependent economy and the hope remains that the extractive industry will catapult the country’s economy and hugely …

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