GWANDA DISTRICT ALTERNATIVE MINING INDABA RECOMMENDATIONS

Lungile Masuku, Gwanda Community Economic Justice Development Trust 14/05/18 Gwanda District Alternative Mining Indaba was held on 09 May 2018 in Gwanda mining town where a lot of issues concerning mining activitiues in the district were deliberated. The first speaker presented on ‘Strengthening Citizens’ Role in Combating Illicit Financial Flows and Poor Mineral Revenue Management. …

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Community Members Lament over Lack fo Development

Lungile Masuku, Gwanda Community Economic Justice Development Trust/21/04/18 Gwanda district is rich in mineral resources yet lagging behind in terms of infrastructural development. This was highlighted on 06 April 2018 at a Stakeholders Meeting that was held in Gwanda town. The meeting comprised of the Gwanda Municipality Mayor, councillors, Community Based Organisations, and prominent community …

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Mopani worms target for armed robbers

Story by Dr Philemon Mokuele /Gwanda small scale miners/17/04/08 On the 16th day of April at mbembesi shopping centre west nicleson gwanda in matebaleland south province one of the biggest camp for mopani harvesters, one of the armed robbers who have been terrorizing the area for the past week’s was caught by angry community. Since …

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It never rains but pours for Miners.

Makara Alice MasawiGwanda Community Economic Justice Development Trust (GCEJDT) 16/04/2018 A happy work environment breeds a happy worker.A simple way to keep the worker happy is listening to the worker’s grievances and try to alleviate them. However when the Blanket Mine workers reach the 200% Target Bonus,they are given a 105% work done target robbing …

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Sustainable Mining Critical in Gwanda.

Makara Alice Masawi/Gwanda Community Economic Justice Development Trust (GCEJDT)/8/04/2018 Gwanda is a small town found in the southern part of Zimbabwe in the province of Matabeleland-south.This is a dry area which makes it unfavourable for crop growing to be practised in these dry lands therefore,crop growing as a commercial venture is clearly out of the …

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