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Tanzania government proposes to have mining firms renegotiate their contracts
Tanzania is keen on having pass legislation that will force all mining, oil and gas companies to renegotiate their contracts. The Government wants the country's natural resources to bring more benefits to its people. But private companies say they already pay their fair share of tax. Dan Ashby looks at the proposal. 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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Tanzania bets on exploiting its mineral resources
Tanzania's President John Magufuli says he wants to tighten the country's mining laws to ensure big businesses pay enough tax. The president told journalists that natural resources could make Tanzania a middle-income country if Tanzania got the most out of its minerals. Dan Ashby reports.
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Second Take: Mining in Tanzania
Creamer Media's Shannon de Ryhove speaks to Mining Weekly editor Martin Creamer about AngloGold Ashanti's Geita mine, in Tanzania.
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Maasai Ladies Project  Singing Their Thanks
In the foot hills of Kilimanjaro, Tanzania - a group of Maasai ladies gather to make wire and tanzanite jewellery. This is them singing a song of thanks and celebration. The project is a Tanzanite Foundation innitiative. The Tanzanite Foundation is the non profit arm of mining company TanzaniteOne. For more check out tanzanitefoundation.com
Tanzania, East Africa
Tanzania is one of the world's poorest countries. If I could, I would leave the luxuries of this American life behind and call East Africa home. In 2003 I traveled to Arusha, Tanzania with Siouxland Tanzania Educational and Medical Ministry (http://stemm.org) on a mission focused on educating the poor and providing free orthopedic surgeries to children. While there I fell in love with everything -- the people, the culture, the language, the children. While in Arusha, our team worked at the Huruma Orphanage, located outside the city. It was there we met Rehema, a little girl who captivated the hearts anyone she came in contact with. She was the first person I met who had AIDS. My love for this endearing child overcame all fear of the disease. A few months after our team returned to the states, we learned Rehema had passed away. But for me, her memory lives on. As does my dream to return and provide whatever help I can to those living with the disease. In this video, Rehema is the little girl in a blue sweater who makes funny faces at the camera. She also dons a pair of fashionable sunglasses and can be seen blowing bubbles in a checkered dress. As one of the world's poorest countries, Tanzania actually has a respectable tourism venue with attractions like Mt. Kilimanjaro, the Ngorongoro Crater, Serengeti National Park and the islands of Pemba and Zanzibar. Still, many rely on agriculture for income. Tanzania's urban poor live in congested, overcrowded residences where water, electricity and waste management are unreliable. But it's in rural areas where the majority of impoverished people live -- about 85 percent, according to the United Nations. Our team visited one of these areas. Located just outside Serengeti National Park in northern Tanzania is the village of Nyamusa. At the time of our visit in 2003, they had no running water. To bathe, we used rain that was collected in rain barrels. No matter their plight, Tanzanians are amazing people. Friendly, generous, genuine. Of course, the country is plagued with its fair share of corruption, which we saw first-hand on multiple occasions. However the majority of my experiences were enjoyable. In fact, I loved Tanzania so much, I did not want to return home. I remember thinking, "If only I could hide somewhere in the airport and not get on that plane!" I may be American. I may love the red, white and blue, but my heart remains in East Africa.
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Tanzania oil and gas
The Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation (TPDC), a state oil firm, plans to open the fourth deep-offshore bidding round on April 12, this year as it seeks more exploration companies to take part in the country's oil and gas sector, its officials have said. The company responsible for one of Australia's worst oil spills has been given permission by the Commonwealth Government to continue, and potentially expand, its operations in Australian waters.
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Nigerian government to set up $500 million exploration fund
Nigeria's government is in advanced talks with its sovereign wealth fund and stock exchange to create a $ 500 M exploration fund and corporate mining bonds. The instruments are expected to attract investment. Mining Minister Kayode Fayemi says Nigeria has made a promising nickel discovery and is looking for investors for a moribund steel plant as it tries to reduce reliance on oil exports. The OPEC member has made boosting the mining sector a priority as a slump in crude sales, which provide 70% of government revenues, has pushed Africa's biggest economy into recession.
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Wachimbaji migondi wa kike kutoka Kakamega
Wenyeji wanaofanya kazi kwenye migodi ya kuchimba dhahabu katika kaunti ya kakamega wanayomatumaini ya kupata misaada ya kuimarisha kazi yao kutoka kwa serikali. Wengi wa wachimba migodi hiyo ni vijana na akina mama walioingilia kwa kukosa namna na hali zao za kikazi haziridhishi Watch KTN Streaming LIVE from Kenya 24/7 on http://www.ktnkenya.tv Follow us on http://www.twitter.com/ktnkenya Like us on http://www.facebook.com/ktnkenya
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Tanzanite is the blue/purple variety of the mineral zoisite (a calcium aluminium hydroxyl Sorosilicate) belonging to the epidote group. It was discovered in the Mererani Hills of Manyara Region in Northern Tanzania in 1967, near the city of Arusha and Mount Kilimanjaro. Tanzanite is used as a gemstone, and naturally-formed tanzanite is extremely rare, still found only in the Mererani Hills. Tanzanite is noted for its remarkably strong trichroism, appearing alternately sapphire blue, violet and burgundy depending on crystal orientation. Tanzanite can also appear differently when viewed under alternate lighting conditions. The blues appear more evident when subjected to fluorescent light and the violet hues can be seen readily when viewed under incandescent illumination. Tanzanite is usually a reddish brown in its rough state, requiring artificial heat treatment to bring out the blue violet of the stone. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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