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16. Tanzania touted gemstone hub in Africa
  Tuesday, August 19, 2014  by Admin
  TANZANIA will be the hub of gemstone business in Africa after being identified as among of the ‘mineral-richest’ countries in Africa, it has been revealed.
 
17. Dar to benefit from various minerals
  Thursday, July 24, 2014  by Admin
  TANZANIA’S mining industry is projected to diversify more from gold to other minerals such as coal, nickel and uranium by 2018, a departure from the current over-dependence on gold, a new report says.
 
18. State Keen on Uranium Mining
  Tuesday, May 28, 2013  by Admin
  THE government is determined to carry out uranium mining and processing without compromising the human health and environment.
 
19. Oil imports bill remains high
  Monday, March 25, 2013  by Admin
  STABILISATION of oil imports that accounted for 70 per cent made the value of intermediate goods to remain almost unchanged during the year ending January, this year, compared to the corresponding period in 2012.
 
20. Country Focuses On Mining As a Priority for Growth
  Monday, August 13, 2007  by Admin
  Tanzania's Ministry of Energy and Minerals has launched a Mineral Sector Development Technical Assistance Project to streamline management of the country's abundant mineral resources. Mining is a priority sector for growth and poverty reduction in Tanzania's 2005 National Strategy for Growth and Reduction of Poverty (Mkukuta).

 
21. A World of Difference in Energy Access
  Friday, May 11, 2007  by Admin
  Sub-Saharan Africans use seven times less electric power than people in high income countries, according to the World Bank's Little Green Data Book. Only 25 percent of Africans have access to modern energy, according the Bank's Investment Framework for Clean Energy and Development.
 
22. Speech by H.E. Jakaya M. Kikwete at the Investing in African Mining Indaba, Cape Town
  Wednesday, February 14, 2007  by Admin
  The 12th Afircan Mining Indaba took place in Cape Town, South Africa. His Excellence Jakaya M. Kikwete was probably the first Head of State offered an opportunity to speak at such a prestigious forum of the mining fraternity in Africa. In his speech, he urges partnership, progress and propsperity with regard to African mining.
 
23. Speech by H.E. Jakaya M. Kikwete at the Investing in African Mining Indaba, Cape Town
  Wednesday, February 14, 2007  by Admin
  The 12th Afircan Mining Indaba took place in Cape Town, South Africa. His Excellence Jakaya M. Kikwete was probably the first Head of State offered an opportunity to speak at such a prestigious forum of the mining fraternity in Africa. In his speech, he urges partnership, progress and propsperity with regard to African mining.
 
24. Liquid Biofuels for Transportation in Tanzania
  Monday, December 11, 2006  by Admin
  The successful growth of African economies hinges on their modern energy, of which liquid fuel plays an important role. Sharp fluctuations in oil prices have thwarted development plans in Africa and forced many countries to review their development and services project, their overall expenditure and their external trade relations. This study report is on the potential of biofuels in Tanzania for transportation.
 
25. Small diamond miners to benefit from De Beers project
  Monday, September 25, 2006  by Admin
  De Beers, a diamond company and Tanzanian government have announced a USD2 million to project to help improve the lives of so?called "informal" diamond miners in Tanzania, who work in streams and river beds where diamonds occasionally wash up.
 
26. TAWOMA Progress Report
  Thursday, September 21, 2006  by Admin
  Tanzania Women Miners Association is a non-governmental and non profit organization formed in 1997. Its aim is to facilitate women miners to organize and access required financial, technical, and marketing services so they can carry out mining activities that are both economically viable and environmentally sustainable.
 
27. Over 200 delegates attend power, mining convention
  Tuesday, August 15, 2006  by Admin
  Over 200 delegates have confirmed to attend the 3-day Eastern African Power and Mining Industry Convention that starts today in Dar es Salaam. A press statement issued by the Tanzania Electric Supply Company (TANESCO) quotes the power utility’s Managing Director, as saying this year's convention will highlight issues of power generation, mining policy changes, new contract management, rural electrification, utility reform and restructuring.
 
28. Mining companies given fair treatment
  Monday, July 03, 2006  by Admin
  In an attempt to attract more mining investors into the country, the government has been trying to give fair treatment to companies that undertake the ventures, it has been revealed
 
29. Pressure Mounting On Govt to Act On Exploitative Contracts
  Wednesday, June 28, 2006  by Admin
  The mining sector in Tanzania has once again come under intense scrutiny with signs that government officials are beginning to yield to public pressure for a fresh look at mining contracts.The government publicly acknowledged that major mining companies have been fiddling with figures to avoid paying the requisite duties and royalties

 
30. The mineral industry of Tanzania
  Wednesday, March 22, 2006  by Admin
  Following the rebirth of the Tanzanian gold industry in 1999, gold has dominated the mineral industry of Tanzania. In recent years, the mineral industry of Tanzania has also produced iron ore and steel and such industrial minerals as bentonite, kaolin, and other clays; calcite; diamond and other gemstones; graphite; gypsum; phosphate rock; salt; silica sand; and soda ash (table The country also has produced coal, petroleum products, and such building materials as cement, limestone, and sand and gravel.
 

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