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‘Not For the Faint-Hearted’: Women in Zimbabwe’s

Artisanal gold mining was illegal in Zimbabwe from 2006 until 2013, though that didn’t prevent individual miners from selling to the black market during that time. In 2014, the government opened up its gold-buying facility, Fidelity Printers and Refiners, to small-scale and artisanal miners, in addition to the large companies that had

Women in Mining: Creating a balance between

2021-1-2  Mining Zimbabwe our core focus is the Zimbabwe Mining Industry, Zimbabwe Mining News, trends, new technologies being developed and used to improve this crucial sector, as well as new opportunities and investments arising from it. Tel/ WhatsApp: +263 8644 276 585

Gender inequality rife in mining sector The Herald

2021-1-5  Gender inequality rife in mining sector. 07 Dec, 2017 According to Mr Wellington Takavarasha, chairman of Zimbabwe Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining Council, there are

Women miners in Zimbabwe: The untold story

The mining industry in Zimbabwe contributes about 8 percent to the country’s gross domestic product. Due to the general small-scale nature of mining activities in Zimbabwe, there are an estimated 300 000 informal miners active around the country. See it online

Extracting equality: gender and the African mining

In my recent joint paper with Andreas Kotsadam, African Mining, Gender and Local Employment, we investigated how this recent, rapid expansion in large-scale mining affects women’s job prospects. To explore the effects of mining activity on women’s livelihoods, we used a unique combination of data from over 29 countries and over 500,000 women.

THE EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRY IN ZIMBABWE

2018-8-17  2.3.1. Mining Taxation System in Zimbabwe 5 2.3.2. Tax Revenue Collection, Management and Distribution in the Mining Sector in Zimbabwe 6 2.4. Community Share Ownership Trusts and the Extractive Sector 6 2.4.1. Formulation, Inception and Implementation of CSOTs in Zimbabwe 6 2.4.2. CSOT and Service Delivery 7 2.4.3.

ZIMBABWE STATE OF THE MINING INDUSTRY

2018-11-20  Zimbabwe State of the Mining Industry November 2018 Disclaimer: This note is provided in good faith from sources believed to be accurate and reliable.Terra Studio Pty Ltd directors and employees do not accept liability for the results of any action taken on the basis of the information provided or for any errors or omissions contained therein.

THE MINING INDUSTRY IN ZIMBABWE: LABOUR, CAPITAL

THE MINING INDUSTRY IN ZIMBABWE: LABOUR, CAPITAL AND THE STATE By John BRADBURY & Eric WORBY* Introduction In April 1980, the new nation of Zimbabwe received its independ ence ending some 90 years of colonial rule. Given this new status there were high expectations for the possibility of the generation of independent

GENDER, DIVERSITY AND WORK CONDITIONS IN MINING

2016-9-29  mining industry and social life around the mines. The latest international reports on mining and sustainable development often list benefits for the community as “further challenges”. The lack of knowledge on impact that the mining industry has and can have on the local community is

The gendered impacts of mining Oxfam Australia

Oxfam is working to ensure that gender justice becomes a central issue in global mining sector reform efforts and that women’s rights are more progressively realised. Oxfam resources. Oxfam’s Tunnel Vision: Women, Mining and Communities, was a ground breaking report and one of the first globally to expose the gendered impacts of mining.

Women in mining and the challenges of GBV The

Lisa’s colleague, Miss Stella Shumba explains how the gruesome ordeal affected their mining activities to date. She said after being attacked twice early this year, the third attack shattered their dreams of making it big in the mining industry. “We have been mining for 10 years as a women miners syndicate and our journey has been bumpy.

Violence, forcing women out of mining Gender Links

According to a Pact Institute report of 2019, a Washington based development organisation, women make up 10 percent of Zimbabwe’s 535 000 small scale and artisanal miners. Sibonile Ngwenya, another miner and member of the Zimbabwe Women in Mining, tells a story of resilience despite the challenges of the industry.

‘Not For the Faint-Hearted’: The Zimbabwe Situation

Artisanal gold mining was illegal in Zimbabwe from 2006 until 2013, though that didn’t prevent individual miners from selling to the black market during that time. In 2014, the government opened up its gold-buying facility, Fidelity Printers and Refiners, to small-scale and artisanal miners, in addition to the large companies that had

Extracting equality: gender and the African mining

In my recent joint paper with Andreas Kotsadam, African Mining, Gender and Local Employment, we investigated how this recent, rapid expansion in large-scale mining affects women’s job prospects. To explore the effects of mining activity on women’s livelihoods, we used a unique combination of data from over 29 countries and over 500,000 women.

THE EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRY IN ZIMBABWE

2018-8-17  2.3.1. Mining Taxation System in Zimbabwe 5 2.3.2. Tax Revenue Collection, Management and Distribution in the Mining Sector in Zimbabwe 6 2.4. Community Share Ownership Trusts and the Extractive Sector 6 2.4.1. Formulation, Inception and Implementation of CSOTs in Zimbabwe 6 2.4.2. CSOT and Service Delivery 7 2.4.3.

Mining industry stutters but . . . Zimbabwe Situation

Government is seeking to achieve a US$12 billion mining industry by 2023, up from US$2,7 billion in 2017. Presenting the findings of the survey in Harare on Thursday, University of Zimbabwe economics lecturer Professor Albert Makochekamwa said executives were confident of 2020’s investment plans.

Dean Laplonge publishes a book on gender in mining

The mining industry has been tackling the issue of gender for almost 25 years. But very little has changed. So you think you’re tough: Getting serious about gender in mining brings together many of Dean Laplonge’s ideas and consulting experiences on gender and mining.

Women's Rights and Mining

Women's Rights and Mining DO assess and mitigate gender risks within your mineral supply chains, your programmes, and financial flows by setting up a human rights due diligence system to ensure that serious abuses are identified, addressed, prevented, mitigated and accounted for.

(PDF) The Impact of Mining on the Environment in

The impact of mining on the Environment in Gwanda District Zimbabwe: A case study of Blanket Mine 1Maligana Mathe and 2Anthony Phiri 1,2 Zimbabwe Open

Social impact assessment in the mining sector: Review

2018-8-1  In case of high economic dependency on the mining industry, the whole regional economy is more vulnerable to commodity price fluctuations and negative effects of boom-bust cycles can occur (Tonts et al., 2012, Petkova-Timmer et al., 2009, Wilson, 2004, Shandro et al., 2011).

Violence, forcing women out of mining Gender Links

According to a Pact Institute report of 2019, a Washington based development organisation, women make up 10 percent of Zimbabwe’s 535 000 small scale and artisanal miners. Sibonile Ngwenya, another miner and member of the Zimbabwe Women in Mining, tells a story of resilience despite the challenges of the industry.

Gender inequality, health and safety of women in

2021-1-5  According to gender and mining experts, women’s struggle for livelihoods has brought them to the periphery of the mining fields as vendors. Some are primarily involved in crashing, sluicing

Amplifying voices of women in artisanal and small

The Zimbabwe Environmental Law Association (ZELA) organized a workshop with the Women in Mining (WIM), from the 2 nd to the 4 th of October 2018, at Inyathi Vocational Training Center in Bubi. The workshop sought to introduce the project to the women in mining from Bubi, train and capacitate the women in mining on documentation and storytelling through use of social media platforms e.g

THE EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRY IN ZIMBABWE

2018-8-17  2.3.1. Mining Taxation System in Zimbabwe 5 2.3.2. Tax Revenue Collection, Management and Distribution in the Mining Sector in Zimbabwe 6 2.4. Community Share Ownership Trusts and the Extractive Sector 6 2.4.1. Formulation, Inception and Implementation of CSOTs in Zimbabwe 6 2.4.2. CSOT and Service Delivery 7 2.4.3.

Recommendations for the Mining Sector BSR

2017-3-14  The mining industry has played a central role in the economic story of the region over the last half-century. Although the industry has been a key driver of economic growth, this growth rarely delivered benefits in terms of poverty reduction and improved well-being for

A GUIDE TO GENDER IMPACT ASSESSMENT FOR THE

2019-4-16  This guide is an update to Oxfam’s 2009 publication Women, Communities and Mining: The Gender Impacts of Mining and the Role of Gender Impact Assessment. Recommended citation: Hill, C, Madden, C & Collins, N 2017, A Guide to Gender Impact Assessment for the Extractive Industries, Oxfam, Melbourne.

Mining Law 2021 Laws and Regulations Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe: Mining Laws and Regulations 2021. ICLG Mining Laws and Regulations Zimbabwe covers common issues in mining laws and regulations including the acquisition of rights, ownership requirements and restrictions, processing, transfer and encumbrance, environmental aspects, native title and land rights in 15 jurisdictions.

Exxaro partners with UNWomen to end gender

2020-12-10  The mining industry has experienced a significant increase in female employees over the last two decades, with numbers multiplying five-fold since 2002. Yet women still only represent 12% of the mining force with 54,154 women employed in the industry in 2018, while the overall mining workforce is 453,543 people strong.

Women in Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining: Challenges

2020-10-16  women are unable to fulfil. Without a commitment to gender mainstreaming, existing prejudices can be reinforced by the formalization process stifling women’s capacity to contribute to a productive and responsible mining sector. Strong cultural norms have influenced legal approaches to gender issues resulting in subtle and, at

(PDF) The Impact of Mining on the Environment in

The impact of mining on the Environment in Gwanda District Zimbabwe: A case study of Blanket Mine 1Maligana Mathe and 2Anthony Phiri 1,2 Zimbabwe Open