Sustainability: Zambezia Communities & companies on a collision course due to social benefits

Sustainability: Zambezia Communities & companies on a collision course due to social benefits

The residents of Gilé are on a collision course with the mining companies and the government over the non-fulfilment of social responsibility measures accompanying the exercise of mining rights. Advertisements

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Mozambique Renewables: Zambezia province to have country’s first solar power plant

  The financing of the construction of Mozambique’s first solar power plant to be built in the Mocuba district of Zambézia province will be completed this month, the president of state power company EdM said on Monday in Maputo.

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Mozambique Mining: Unquantified diamonds discovered in Mozambique south province

Mozambique, the National Director of Mines last week confirmed that diamonds had been discovered in the Massangena district of the Gaza province. Talking to the Maputo newspaper Notícias, he refused to say how many diamonds had so far been found, but stated that exploration and prospecting activities by both local and international companies were continuing.

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Mozambique Mining Industry: Coal India quits State consortium exploring coal in the country

The Coal India Ltd group (CIL) has decided to leave the International Coal Ventures Ltd consortium (ICVL), founded by Indian state companies to acquire and explore coal assets abroad, according to a statement filed with the Mumbai Stock Exchange. In a statement, the group said only that the board of directors had decided to leave the consortium, after previously noting that remaining in that group of companies led only to an increase in cost without…

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Mozambique Energy: Over 15 million people in Mozambique have no access to electricity

Domestic Electricity Around 10.2 million Mozambicans have access to electricity in their homes as a result of expansion of the power grid over the last 10 years, said the country´s Energy Minister Salvador Namburete. However, another 15 million Mozambicans still had no access to electricity.

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