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  • Lugoe, Furaha (The South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA), 2011)
    After three decades (following independence) of being overwhelmed by command-economy policies, in the 1980s Tanzania’s gold mining industry benefited from policy reforms that started with the economic recovery programmes ...
  • Cooksey, Brian (Africa Power and Politics Programme & Overseas Development Institute, 2011)
    Tanzania is the third largest gold producer in Africa after South Africa and Ghana. Although large-scale foreign investment is a relatively recent phenomenon, gold exploration and mining have a long history in the country. ...
  • Hall, Aaron (Foundation for Environmental Security and Sustainability (FESS), 2010)
    Over the last decade, Tanzania has become Africa’s third largest producer of gold, behind South Africa and Ghana. In the 1990s, in an effort to transform itself into an economically viable, investor friendly state, the ...
  • United States Agency for International Development Bureau for Africa (USAID) (EAGER, 2001)
    Since Tanzania began liberalising and privatising the mining sector a decade ago, the substantial economic potential of the industry is more and more apparent. Two key policy decisions set off a mining boom. One was the ...
  • Magai, Petro S.; Márquez-Velázquez, Alejandro (HTW-Berlin, 2011)
    This paper analyses the factors that reduce the mineral sector’s contribution to the Tanzanian government’s revenue. This sector accounts for nearly half of the country’s exports and places it among Africa’s largest ...
  • Geo, Martin Taylor, P. (Tanzanian Royalty Exploration Corporation, 2010)
    Tanzanian Royalty is a publicly-traded financial gold company whose business strategy is to acquire royalty interests in gold production from its core assets in the Lake Victoria Goldfields of Tanzania. As of December 31, ...
  • Roe, Alan; Essex, Mark (International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM), 2009)
    This paper is the latest in a series on mining and its social and economic impacts that have been prepared under the auspices of the Resource Endowments initiative (REi) of the International Council of Mining and Metals ...
  • Unknown author (United Reblic of Tanzania, Ministry of Energy and Mineral, 2013-10)
    Tanzania has been exploring for oil and gas for the past 60 years since 1952. The first natural gas discovery was made in 1974 on the Songo Songo Island (Lindi Region) followed by a second discovery at the Mnazi Bay (Mtwara ...
  • Unknown author (Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania, Wizara ya nishati na madini, 1997-10)
    Serikali ya Tanzania inatambua umuhimu wa kuandaa mazing ira ya uwekezaji yenye ushindani kimataifa kwaajili ya sekta ya madini. Mwelekeo na malengo ya Serikali ni kuwa na sekta ya madini yenye nguvu, tija na ufaniisi kwa ...
  • Unknown author (United republic of Tanzania, Ministry of Undustry and Trade, 2002)
    It is now increasingly recognised that the Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) play a crucial role in employment creation and income generation in Tanzania. SMEs all over the world and in Tanzania in particular, can be ...
  • Unknown author (United Republic of Tanzania, Ministry of Energy and Minerals, 2012-11)
    The Ministry of Energy and Minerals has been preparing its Strategic Plan (SP) since 2003 to guide the implementation of its plan and budget. This is a fourth plan, which will be mplemented for five years, 2011/12 – 2015/16. ...
  • Unknown author (Jamuhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania,Wizara ya nishati na madini, 2009)
    Maswala ya usimamizi wa mazingira, afya na usalama katika migodi ni miungoni mwa mambo ambayo yameelezwa kwa kina katika sera ya madini ya mwaka 2009 ambayo imepitishwa na Bunge la Jamumhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania mwaka ...
  • Unknown author (United Republic of Tanzania, Ministry of energy and minerals, 1997-10)
    The governemt of tanzania recognizes the need to put into place internationally competitive investiment environment for mineral sector. The government ‘s vision and mission is to have a strong, efficient and profitable ...
  • Kasumuni, Ludger (THE CITIZEN, 2013)
    The contribution of the mining sector to Tanzania’s economy is set to increase tremendously in the next five years as several new major mines go into production, Tanzania Chamber of Minerals and Energy (TCEM) predicts. ...
  • Campenhout, Bjorn Van (ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL RESEARCH FOUNDATION (ESRF), 2002)
    One would be inclined to think that the possession of significant natural resource reserves is a blessing. This would especially be so for developing countries; it provides them with the necessary foreign currency and ...
  • Hernandez, André (FIG Working Week, 2003)
    Tanzania is following modern worldwide trends to reform their Mining Act and set up a Mining Cadastre. The theory describes the Mining Cadastre as a cadastral system defining objects, subjects and rights, but overlapping ...
  • Alfred, Agaba Julius; Aisu, Delilah (Tanzania Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (TEITI), 2012)
    Tanzania joined the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative EITI in February 2009, following a recommendation as part of the 2007 Mineral Sector Review Study. A multi-Stakeholder Working Group (MSG) was established ...
  • Poncian, Japhace (Macrothink Institute, 2015)
    Tanzania is endowed with vast quantities and types of resources whose extraction has been central to the country’s economic growth. However, the challenge has been translating growth in extraction activities into inclusive ...
  • Lange, Siri (Chr. Michelsen Institute, 2008)
    Tanzania is a relatively new mining country. This study argues that unclear land and mining rights, and conceptual differences in how land and mining rights are perceived, contribute to considerate conflict in the country ...
  • Lu, Yuduo; Marco, Kung’unde G. (Dalian University of Technology, 2010)
    In recent years Tanzania has seen a rapid growth of its gold mining sector, the trend which has made the country the third largest gold producer in Africa. This growth is attributed much to the favorable investment climate ...

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