Tanzania's government has raised the alarm about ISIL's growing influence in the East African country. Defence Minister Hussein Mwinyi says there are reports that Tanzanians are joining the jihadist network, as well as Somali group Al-Shabaab. CCTV's Dan Ashby is in Dar Es Salaam and sent this update
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Shamsa Diwani was content working as a secretary for Air Tanzania, until she fell in love with gems. Now she is a gemstone trader in Tanzania's artisanal and small-scale mining sector. "You get more money if you add value because you're not just selling rough stones but something that has greater value," she says. Shamsa, a past secretary general of the Tanzania Women Miners Association, says that she sees her work as a partnership with miners, especially women miners. "I said, let me concentrate on value addition and other people can do the mining. After all, we are working together because all the customers they want to know where do you get these stones, how are they mined, if they are safe, so my interest was selling, meeting people." More details: https://www.iied.org/small-ventures-big-hopes
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This video shows the impact of World Vision Switzerland's area development program in Tanzania based on a participating and trained family.
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ZAMBIA IS AMINERAL RICH COUNTRY WITH VAST DEPOSITS OF COPPER, GEMSTONES, COBALT AND NOW URANIUM IS ALSO BEING DISCOVERED. IN SPITE OF THIS WEALTH THE VAST MAJORITY OF ZAMBIANS ARE NOT BENEFITING FROM THIS WEALTH OWING TO VARIOUS REASONS , ONE BEING MINING COMPANIES NOT PAYING THE RIGHT TAXES TO THE GOVERNMENT OF ZAMBIA. IN JULY 2013 THE SECOND ZAMBIA ALTERNATIVE MINING INDABA WAS HELD AND THE COMMUNITIES WHERE THESE MINING ACTIVITIES TAKE PLACE VOICED THEIR OPINIONS ON THE SITUATION ON THE GROUND. THIS DOCUMENTARY IS ABOUT HOW THE COMMUNITIES ARE SUFFERING IN THE MIDST OF SO MUCH WEALTH!
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Tanzania's president John Magufuli says his government will enforce a new rule requiring mining firms to list on its bourse by August. This is part of measures aimed at increasing transparency and spreading wealth from the country's natural resources. Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
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This video voices the sad story of 2 pro-poor International Organizations, GALVmed and ILRI, which are jeopardizing the livelihood of thousands of Maasai communities in Tanzania. They sold a cattle vaccine, knowing very well it is used for fraudulent vaccinations. More the 90,000 cattle died as result of their immoral behaviour. The Maasai Communities are asking to meet ILRI/GALVmed. However, the latter, arrogantly and despite working for the poor, are refusing to meet the Maasai traditional leaders. To better understand the impact of this cattle's vaccine on the Maasai livelihood, search for: The East Coast fever immunization: the hope for a better future. https://vimeo.com/94735864 Help the Maasai communities, more that 70,000 of them signed a petition, to achieve their aim. Send an email to the responsible of this scandal. See their emails at the end of the video.
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Benjamin Joel Mchwampaka of the Ministry of Energy and Minerals Tanzania talks about the policies that govern and regulate the mining sector in his country during the Experience Sharing Workshop on Mining and Sustainable Development: Challenges and Perspectives for African Nations held between 13th-18th April 2015
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The search for two miners still trapped underground at Harmony Gold's Kusasalethu mine near Carletonville on Gauteng's West rand continues. About three thousand miners were working when a tremor caused part of the mine to collapse. Joining us to talk about the safety for mine workers underground is Eric Gcilitshana, National Union of Mine Workers Health and Safety Secretary and Bokang Lethala, NUM's regional health & Safety Chairperson working for Harmony Gold's Kusasalethu. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
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Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OY3n8Z6JpyY&feature=youtu.be Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CRX9-xQQ6Ao&feature=youtu.be Part 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T5TJHegfz9Y&feature=youtu.be Part 4: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=032KiXgAdf8&feature=youtu.be Zanzibar or "Coast of Blacks" is a semi-autonomous island in Tanzania. Some people from Shiraz immigrated to this island in 10 century AD. They traveled on sailboats. Ali Ibn Hasan was the first Iranian ruler who established a government in Tanzania. Zanzibar is considered as one of the oldest regions of East Africa and is home to people of different colors and religions. More than 90 percent of some 1 million population of Zanzibar are Muslim. Ali Ibn Hasan went to Zanzibar to begin trading with Eastern Africa. Shirazi people are involved in different religious activities in Zanzibar, including mourning ceremony of Imam Hussein (AS), third Shia imam. They built mosques and invited people of the island to Shi'ism. The history of an ancient Persian bath dates back to 12 A.H. It was built by an Iranian architect upon the order of an Omani king who married a Persian Princess. Zanzibar painters have invented their own unique style of painting. The ancient Iranian tradition of Nowruz was brought to Eastern Coasts of Africa by the Shirazi people as a souvenir. Many people from Zanzibar as well as reporters from all over the world come to the celebration venue to see Nowruz ceremony.
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Karoo Exploration Corp. is a publicly listed TSX-V Canadian Company focused on uranium exploration in Tanzania. The company is exploring for uranium in one of the most prospective areas in the world.
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December 12, 2012 -- "Tanzania is a democratic country...we have seen a lot of mining investments from some of the North American majors...it has seen tremendous growth." starts Dr. Tony Harwood, CEO, President and Director for Montero Mining and Exploration Ltd. (TSX.V: MON). In this ProEdgeWire (www.ProEdgeWire.com) interview, Publisher Tracy Weslosky tries to secure the name of the strategic investor from their November 16, 2012 news release titled: "Montero and Strategic Investor Sign an Indicative Non-Binding Term Sheet for an Equity Investment to Develop Its Rare Earth Project". In their conversation on the evolving rare earth industry, Dr. Harwood accurately states that: "The rare earth business is not for the faint hearted, you really have to either produce rare earths and saleable products do something else..." For those unfamiliar with Montero Mining (www.MonteroMining.com), this is a mineral exploration and Development Company engaged in its flagship Rare Earth Elements (REE) Project Wigu Hill in Tanzania and has phosphate assets in South Africa and uranium assets in Tanzania and Quebec, Canada. Disclaimer: Montero Mining and Exploration Ltd. is a member of ProEdgeWire.
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THE ASSET – THE NGUALLA RARE EARTH DEPOSIT NGUALLA RARE EARTH PROJECT - UNDERSTOOD -DE-RISKED- COMPETITIVE - MANAGEABLE - READY TO BE DELIVERED! Ngualla is one of the world’s largest and highest grade undeveloped neodymium (Nd) & praseodymium (Pr) rare earth projects. The Ngualla Rare Earth Project is centred on the Ngualla Carbonatite in southern Tanzania, 147 kilometres from the city of Mbeya on the edge of the East African Rift Valley. The name ‘Ngualla’ comes from the Swahili word for ‘bald head’, which reflects the appearance of the hill – mostly bare land on which there is no habitation, agriculture, grazing or reserves. The weathered Bastnaesite Zone that is the target for development occurs as a thick blanket of high grade rare earth mineralisation from surface on Ngualla Hill. Rare earths are contained within the mineral bastnaesite within a weathered host rock that contains very low levels of phosphate, carbonate, uranium and thorium compared to other rare earth deposits. This makes it easy-to-mine by low strip ratio open pit techniques and subsequently upgraded to a high grade processed concentrate through a multi stage processing plant on site. The Total All Resources Mineral Resource estimate for the Ngualla Project above a 1% REO cut-off is 214.4 million tonnes at 2.15% REO, for 4,620,000 tonnes of contained REO. Included in this Mineral Resource is the Weathered Bastnaesite Zone Mineral Resource, the measured and indicated portions of which form the basis of the Ore Reserve estimate. At a 1% REO lower grade cut-off the Mineral Resource estimate for the Weathered Bastnaesite Zone is 21.3 million tonnes at 4.75% REO, for 1,010,000 tonnes of contained REO. Details of the Mineral Resource estimate are contained within the ASX Announcement “Higher grade Resource for Ngualla nearly 1 million tonnes REO” as of 22 February 2016. The Ore Reserve estimate for the Ngualla Project is 18.5 million tonnes at 4.80% REO for 887,000 tonnes of contained REO. ASX Announcement “Ngualla Rare Earth Project – Updated Ore Reserve” as of 12 April 2017 provides further details and assumptions. The Ore Reserve represents just 22% of the Total All Resources Mineral Resource but is sufficient to support a mine life of 26 years. The Company plans to export approximately 32,700 tonnes per annum of rare earth concentrate grading 45% REO from Tanzania to the UK refinery. Ngualla is also host to widespread, high grade niobium-tantalum, phosphate, fluorspar and barite mineralisation. These additional commodities are at an early stage of evaluation and represent potential upside opportunities for additional products from the project. Tanzania is politically stable and has a well-established mining culture, being the fourth largest gold producer in Africa. Existing transport infrastructure together with a low tonnage, high value product will enable cost effective transport from Ngualla to the deep water port in Dar es Salaam. NdPr Rare Earth Tanzania Ngualla Electrification Enabling Low Carbon Technologies Lynas EV Electric Vehicles Wind Turbines Robotics Next Big Thing Permanent magnets Ethical Sustainable Supply. NGUALLA RARE EARTH PROJECT - UNDERSTOOD -DE-RISKED- COMPETITIVE - MANAGEABLE - READY TO BE DELIVERED!
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The chief executive of Kibo Mining (LON:KIBO), Louis Coetzee, discusses the improved economics of the company’s Mbeya thermal power project in Tanzania and the progress being made on the definitive feasibility study. Yesterday the firm said results for the coal mine element of the power project had surpassed all expectations. In particular, the all-in cost margin improved to between 49% - 62%, from 38% - 45%, and compares with the 25% usually considered "healthy" for this type of project. The net present value range is now between US$244mln – US$211mln, with a payback period of up to three and a half years.
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Interview with, President, CEO and Director, Dr. Antony Harwood. Montero Mining and Exploration Limited is a mineral exploration and development company focused on the development of their flagship: Wigu Hill Rare Earth Element Project in Tanzania. MON: TSX.V Feature your company on CEO Clips: http://www.ceoclips.com
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Wengine waifuata ACACIA waiomba serikali simamisha shughuli za uchimbaji wa madini ya uranium huku maamuzi ya kusitisha mkataba hao yakisubilia kuwepokwa waziri mwenye dhamana. Magufuli,Tundu lisu,Zito Kabwe, nuclear bonmb PATA kutazama habari mbalimbali za burudani,kijamii michezo na burudani bila kusahau habari za kimataifa kupitia katika channel hii ya tokazamani tv on line -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "SAMATA AZIDI KUNG'ARA ATUPIA DHIDI YA CLUB BRUGGE" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p7buAw61NnI -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Tanzania is a land rich in minerals. Mining makes up more than 50% of the country’s total exports, of which a large part comes from gold. The country has gold reserves of 45 million ounces, generating revenue of over a billion USD. Diamonds are also found in significant amounts. Since it was opened in 1940, the Williamson diamond mine has produced 19 million carats (3,800 kg) of diamonds. Gemstones, nickel, copper, uranium, kaolin, titanium, cobalt and platinum are also mined in Tanzania. Illegal mining and corruption are ongoing problems. In 2017, the government passed a series of bills aimed at increasing revenue from minerals after a scandal which caused the dismissal of the Minister for Energy and Minerals.
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BRN - A Journey to Transformation - BRN TDV 2025
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Embattled Acacia Mining keeps losing money due to Tanzania tax row | MINING.com. Cecilia Jamasmie | Apr. 19, 2018, 3:46 AM | Acacia Mining (LON:ACA), Tanzania's No.1 gold producer, revealed Thursday that revenue in the first quarter of the year had slumped almost 50% after reduced....
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A water installation with the Maasai of Emihiye at the foot of Mount Kilamanjaro between Arusha and Moshi in Tanzania. The people had enough of waiting for a water resource that was promised that never came along. They took matters in to their own hands and with the assisstance of Bridgit Water are working toward the completion of this vital infrastructure during 2017. As always, funding is the issue and the project is advancing as we attract funding. The area itself is in the middle of the Tanzanite mining area and there are some real issues unfolding there.
Views: 56 Mark Tisdell
Kampuni inayojihusisha utafiti wa uchimbaji wa Madini aina ya Uranium katika eneo la Mto mkuju wilaya ya Namtumbo Mkoani Ruvuma ya MANTRA Tanzania, imekabidhi msaada wa vifaa mbalimbali vya ofisi kwenye Ofisi ya Dawati la kipolisi la Kushughulikia masuala ya ukatili wa Kijinsia na watoto mjini Songea mkoani RUVUMA vikiwa na thamani ya shilingi milioni 12.
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Competition between Tanzania's fizzy drinks producers is hotting up and giving Coca-Cola a run for its money. Katrina Manson reports from Dar es Salaam on the challenges facing those retailers trying to tap the country's fragile middle. For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube; http://goo.gl/vUQx5k Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes
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When two teachers embark on a cultural tour to a rural village in Tanzania, their astonishment at the determination of the children to get an education against all odds, and despite crumbling school buildings, turns their vacation into a life mission. This inspiring true story about community, friendship, and dedication reveals how great a difference just a few ordinary people can make. Karimu Foundation: http://www.karimufoundation.org/
Views: 739 Peggy Seltz
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University of Cincinnati Honors Journalism class traveled to Tanzania to conduct interviews and capture the stories and people of Roche, Shirati, Nyambogo and Burere. Students put together short films about their trip the premiered at Pallet23 in Cincinnati.
Views: 199 Hunter Moore
Footage from our recent trip to Tanzania - Dar es Salaam, Serengeti and Zanzibar. Footage captured with a combination of GoPro 3+ Silver, DSLR Nikon 5500 and iPhone 7 Plus. Music by one of my favourite artists, RÜFÜS. Go check their amazing work. Song: Innerbloom (Radio Edit) Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/143Lzl9x5wkveE71YQb3N7 For more videos and photos of this trip, follow me on: Instagram: @through.gerrys.eyes https://www.instagram.com/through.gerrys.eyes/
Views: 147 Gerardo Contreras
The rise of China in Niger can be explained by the fact that China is involved in key sectors such as mining or infrastructure. These are the areas in which Africa is still in a pristine state and there are huge investments that are needed. Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
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Side Note: Since the filming of this video have raised all my funds for the trip. Thank you for your support Prayers, and all praises goes to Jesus. This summer 2011 two of my close friends and myself are going to Tanzania partnering with Young Life expeditions Africa. While we are there we will Climb Mt. Kilimanjaro. In this video I share of how God has lead me to this trip, and how You can help out. Some footage was taken from YL expeditions from past summers. For more information feel free to e-mail me at [email protected]
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Des enfants, dont certains n'ont que huit ans, sont employés en Tanzanie dans des mines d'or où ils courent de graves dangers pour leur santé et même pour leurs vies, selon un nouveau rapport de HRW. http://www.hrw.org/fr/node/118320
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Sociocultural, economic, political, and administrative factors that may stymie treatment of childhood malaria. This video synthesizes recent academic research from rural Tanzania and may not be applicable to every geographic area.
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What Tanzania’s Opposition want concerning Stiegler's Gorge. Dodoma. Opposition MPs said on Friday they are not against the planned Stiegler's Gorge hydropower project but want their environmental fears allayed with scientific research. Their colleagues from th....
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There are fears that Uganda's ongoing oil and gas exploration and extraction activities could be jeopardizing the country's pristine wildlife sanctuaries. Conservationists are worried about climate and environmental changes arising from oil exploration and development. These concerns come after significant oil and natural gas reserves were found in the western part of the country.
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