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conquering gender barriers in the Mining Index Zimbabwe

Mar 03, 2021 Field day at Freda Rebecca. She was the female studying Mineral Resource Valuation with the Zimbabwe School of Mines in her group. My emphasis is on mentorship, support for women in the mining industry, creating opportunities for women to network, providing a presence at educational institutions to further public knowledge about careers for women in mining and ensuring that

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

Jul 07, 2019 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

Gender inequality rife in mining sector The Herald

Dec 07, 2017 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

(PDF) ARE wE THERE YET? An Evaluation of the impact of the

The year 2014 marks the 10th anniversary of the Zimbabwe National Gender Policy (hereinafter referred to as the gender policy). In Zimbabwe, industry and com- Mining Sector Review: A

THE MINING INDUSTRY IN ZIMBABWE: LABOUR, CAPITAL

Zimbabwe's birth (Mining in Zimbabwe, 1981, p. 25). The nation's inde pendence was won through popular struggle but the transformation of the state mechanism into a socialist structure was significantly weakened by the conjuncture of class forces an political structures evident at the Lan caster House conference in London in 1980 (Leys, 1981, p

Gender Issues in the Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining

May 26, 2020 Although the Kimberley Process Core Document does not address gender explicitly, gender safeguards call for a commitment to gender equality within Kimberley Process documents, an expansion of the definition of conflict diamond to include violence against women, and the establishment of a trust fund to support interventions for women in mining

Gender in Extractive Industries World Bank

Nov 21, 2013 The Gender and Extractive Industries Program, managed by the Bank’s Oil, Gas and Mining unit, raises awareness of the gender dimensions of the extractive industries, to ensure that all Bank-supported projects consider the needs and contributions of both men and women.

(PDF) THE MINING INDUSTRY IN ZIMBABWE: CHALLENGES FOR

Mining plays a key role in Zimbabwe’s economy, contributing 5% and 23% to the country’s gross domestic (GDP) and total exports, respectively. It also generates foreign currency and supplies raw materials to some industries. As a ‘robber’ industry, it

Perfomance of the Zimbabwe mining sector in 2019 Mining

Jan 29, 2020 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

Women miners in Zimbabwe: The untold story International

Mar 21, 2015 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

Gender inequality rife in mining sector The Herald

Dec 07, 2017 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

Mining industry prospects remain bright NewsDay Zimbabwe

Jul 18, 2019 In a speech read on her behalf, Women Affairs, Community, Small and Medium Enterprises Development minister, Sithembiso Nyoni (pictured), said the mining sector in Zimbabwe was gender insensitive.

THE MINING INDUSTRY IN ZIMBABWE: LABOUR, CAPITAL

Zimbabwe's birth (Mining in Zimbabwe, 1981, p. 25). The nation's inde pendence was won through popular struggle but the transformation of the state mechanism into a socialist structure was significantly weakened by the conjuncture of class forces an political structures evident at the Lan caster House conference in London in 1980 (Leys, 1981, p

Gender in Extractive Industries World Bank

Nov 21, 2013 The Gender and Extractive Industries Program, managed by the Bank’s Oil, Gas and Mining unit, raises awareness of the gender dimensions of the extractive industries, to ensure that all Bank-supported projects consider the needs and contributions of both men and women.

Gender Issues in the Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining

May 26, 2020 Although the Kimberley Process Core Document does not address gender explicitly, gender safeguards call for a commitment to gender equality within Kimberley Process documents, an expansion of the definition of conflict diamond to include violence against women, and the establishment of a trust fund to support interventions for women in mining

Women in Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining: Challenges and

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

THE EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRY IN ZIMBABWE

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.

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.

STATUS OF MINERAL EXPLORATION AND DEVELOPMENT IN

MINING IN ZIMBABWE Credited for most of present-day infrastructure in Zimbabwe. Majority of towns and cities developed in the vicinity of mining areas e.g Hwange,Kadoma,Kwekwe etc. Most railway line branches and some major roads were constructed to serve mining areas. Many industries arose through mining industry’s needs. The mining sector continues to act as a magnet for

ZIMBABWE ZEPARU

mining companies, among others. ultimately the findings are envisaged to inform the design and implementation of comprehensive capacity building and training programmes in the sector. From the survey carried out, it is evident that the minerals industry of Zimbabwe has vast skills (artisans, technicians explorers, geologists, processors,

Amplifying voices of women in artisanal and small-scale mining

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

Recommendations for the Mining Sector BSR

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

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

Jul 09, 2019 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

Zimbabwe: Women still exploited and unsafe in the small

Feb 18, 2020 Zimbabwe. Women Sexual harassment Gender discrimination Health: General (including workplace health & safety) Share. Article Zimbabwe: Women still exploited and unsafe in the small scale mining industry. Read more ‘Gender inequality, health and safety of women in small-scale mining’ 18 February 2020

Gender inequality rife in mining sector The Herald

Dec 07, 2017 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

‘Not For the Faint-Hearted’: The Struggles of Women in

Jul 08, 2019 Women make up 30% of Zimbabwe’s estimated 40.5 million miners, according to a 2018 report from the International Institute for Sustainable Development, an independent think tank headquartered in Canada. But the obstacles they face in the industry are considerable.

Amplifying voices of women in artisanal and small-scale mining

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 MINING INDUSTRY IN ZIMBABWE: LABOUR, CAPITAL

Zimbabwe's birth (Mining in Zimbabwe, 1981, p. 25). The nation's inde pendence was won through popular struggle but the transformation of the state mechanism into a socialist structure was significantly weakened by the conjuncture of class forces an political structures evident at the Lan caster House conference in London in 1980 (Leys, 1981, p

THE EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRY IN ZIMBABWE

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.

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.

STATUS OF MINERAL EXPLORATION AND DEVELOPMENT IN

MINING IN ZIMBABWE Credited for most of present-day infrastructure in Zimbabwe. Majority of towns and cities developed in the vicinity of mining areas e.g Hwange,Kadoma,Kwekwe etc. Most railway line branches and some major roads were constructed to serve mining areas. Many industries arose through mining industry’s needs. The mining sector continues to act as a magnet for

Why The Mining Industry Needs More Women

May 24, 2019 Mining is lagging behind in its progress on gender equality. 2018 numbers show the industry has the second-largest median gender pay gap

Problems being faced by the Mining Industry in Zimbabwe

Feb 28, 2017 Problems being faced by the Mining Industry in Zimbabwe. Abandoned mine. Image credit wenxuecity. ZIMSEC O Level Geography Notes: Natural Resources: Problems being faced by the Mining Industry in Zimbabwe. Disinvestment by TNC after 1980 resulted in some mine closures and creation of ghost towns.

Gender in the Mining Industry ROAPE

Feb 10, 2016 In Thandi Dlamini's report on mining in South Africa she writes how more than twenty years after democracy women make up only 11% of the operational mining workforce in South Africa. Before 1994, underground work was exclusively for males. This report assesses the possible side effects of the mining industry’s apparent new found enthusiasm for female employees.

Greed and corruption in Zimbabwe's Marange diamond fields

* At the heart of this illicit trade is Zimbabwe Defence Industries (ZDI), a government procurement agency linked to mining company Anjin-whose joint partner is a Chinese State-owned company. ZDI's former CEO, Tshinga Dube, also now runs another mining concern, Marange Resources.

Ministry of Mines and Mining Development

Mining in Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe's mining industry is focussed on a diverse range of small to medium mining operations. The most important minerals produced by Zimbabwe include gold, asbestos, chromite, coal and base metals. The mining industry contributes approximately 8%

Mining in Zimbabwe: Business Report 2021

4. ZIMBABWE MINING OVERVIEW. 5. ZIMBABWE MINING PORTER FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS. 6. ZIMBABWE ECONOMY NEWS AND ANALYSIS DIGEST *Please note that Mining in Zimbabwe: Business Report 2021 is a half ready publication. It only requires updating with the help of new data that are constantly retrieved from Publisher’s databases and other sources.