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31. Mining Centre laumches gemstone cutting course
  Friday, December 16, 2005  by Admin
  The Southern and Eastern African Mineral Centre (SEAMIC) will next year start a training course on gem cutting to enable individuals increase their profits. Currently more than 70 percent of gems mined are rough and are sold at low prices in various markets. Speaking to this paper last week in Dar es Salaam, a technician at the centre, Dachi Mahamoud, said the training would start in January next year and would be conducted at the centres premises.
 
32. Significant Gold Discovery Announced by Northern Mining Explorations on Property Optioned From Tan Range in Tulawaka Region of Tanzania
  Monday, December 05, 2005  by Admin
  Tan Range Exploration Corporation is pleased to announce that Northern Mining Explorations Ltd. (MDN) has made a significant gold discovery on a prospecting license held under option from
Tan Range in the Tulawaka region of Tanzania.
The discovery area is located approximately 15 kilometres from the Tulawaka Gold Mine (Barrick 70percent - MDN 30percent) and extends for a strike distance of approximately 0.4 kilometres and across a width of 0.3 kilometres.
 
33. Significant Gold Discovery Announced by Northern Mining Explorations on Property Optioned From Tan Range in Tulawaka Region of Tanzania
  Monday, December 05, 2005  by Admin
  Tan Range Exploration Corporation is pleased to announce that Northern Mining Explorations Ltd. (MDN) has made a significant gold discovery on a prospecting license held under option from
Tan Range in the Tulawaka region of Tanzania.
The discovery area is located approximately 15 kilometres from the Tulawaka Gold Mine (Barrick 70percent - MDN 30percent) and extends for a strike distance of approximately 0.4 kilometres and across a width of 0.3 kilometres.
 
34. Association for the study of Peak Oil and Gas: newsletter Sept.2005
  Thursday, November 24, 2005  by Admin
  Association for the study of Peak Oil and Gas: newsletter Sept.2005
ASPO is a network of scientists and others, having an interest in determining the date and impact of the peak and decline of the worlds production of oil and gas, due to resource constraints. Independent national affiliates; to study depletion, taking due account of economics, demand, technology and politics; evaluate the worlds endowment and definition of oil and gas. www.peakoil.ie
 
35. Growth and diversification in mineral economies - Planning and incentives for diversification
  Thursday, November 24, 2005  by Admin
  Growth and diversification in mineral economies - Planning and incentives for diversification: The era of post-colonial economic reconstruction in Africa has been a traumatic one. The quest for mineral resources to feed the mills and factories of Europe after the industrial revolution had been one of the primary drivers of the colonisation of Africa and other continents in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. The second half of the twentieth century saw the dismantling of European colonisation of Africa, but flung the continent into a political struggle between capitalist and socialist influences.
 
36. Transformation of the Rural Photovoltaic (PV) Market
  Thursday, November 24, 2005  by Admin
  The project aims at reducing Tanzanias energy-related CO2 emissions by introducing photovoltaics (PV) as a substitute for fossil fuel (kerosene) utilized for lighting in the rural areas remote from the electricity grid and at slowing down the rate of additional diesel-based captive generation or grid extension schemes for providing basic electricity services to the unelectrified rural households, specifically in the Mwanza region.
 
37. Tanzanias Precious Minerals Boom: Issues In Mining and Marketing
  Tuesday, October 11, 2005  by Admin
  Tanzanias Precious Minerals Boom: Issues In Mining and Marketing: 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 decision in the late 1980s to end the State Mining Company (STAMICO) monopoly and allow any Tanzanian to register a claim and sell minerals. The second was the liberalisation of currency controls, beginning with permission to exporters to use their export proceeds and culminating in the floating of the currency in 1994.
 
38. Does the Sustained Global Demand for Oil, Gas and Minerals mean that Africa can now fund its Own MDG Financing Gap
  Monday, October 10, 2005  by Admin
  Does the Sustained Global Demand for Oil, Gas and Minerals mean that Africa can now fund its Own MDG Financing Gap: Many governments in sub-Saharan Africa have a substantial financing gap between their available resources and the total investment needs to achieve the MDGs by 2015. Coincidentally, global demand for metals, minerals, oil and gas continues to generate sustained windfall revenues for a number of governments in the region.
 
39. World Bank officials visit Geita Gold Mine
  Tuesday, October 05, 2004  by Admin
  A two -Member World Bank delegation visited Geita Gold Mine (GGM) in Mwanza Region over the weekend.

The delegation comprised World Bank Senior Mining Engineer Leo Maraboli and Senior Operations Officer in Tanzania Benson Ateng.
 

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