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NGO rejoinder
31 July 2017

RAID's rejoinder

Author: Rights and Accountability in Development

"RAID response to Acacia Mining"  

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Article
24 July 2017

Acacia Mining faces lawsuit in UK over concerns of inadequate compensation for deaths at its Tanzania mine

Author: Jon Yeomans, The Telegraph (UK)

"Acacia Mining faces more legal claims over mine site deaths"...

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Article
24 July 2017

Tanzania: President threatens to close mines if international firms delay talks to resolve tax dispute

Author: Business Daily (Kenya)

"Magufuli says will close all mines if firms delay talks to resolve tax dispute"...

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Company response
13 July 2017

Acacia's response

Author: Acacia

"Response to RAID press release"  

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Article
13 July 2017

Rights and Accountability in Development calls for compensation for victims of human rights abuses at Acacia's North Mara gold mine

Author: Rights and Accountability in Development

"Acacia Mining’s Troubles in Tanzania Run Deeper Than Tax"...

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Article
12 July 2017

Video on alleged human rights abuses at Acacia's North Mara gold mine

Author: Rights and Accountability in Development

"RAID - Lethal Gold in Tanzania"  

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Story
12 July 2017

Tanzania: NGO calls for compensation to victims of alleged human rights abuses at Acacia's North Mara mine; company responds

Rights and Accountability in Development (RAID) has urged the Tanzanian government and investors to ensure Acacia Mining addresses alleged human rights violations at the North Mara gold mine, including providing compensation to victims, as part of the...

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Article
4 July 2017

Proposed legislation to ensure locals benefit from natural resources extraction

Author: The EastAfrican (Kenya)

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Story
4 July 2017

Tanzania passes laws on renegotiation of mining & gas contracts to ensure locals benefit from mineral resources extraction

The Tanzanian government has enacted laws that makes seeks sweeping changes in the exploitation of natural resources in the country’s mining sector as the Magufuli administration moves to ensure that Tanzania’s natural resources are exploited to...

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Article
4 July 2017

Tanzania passes laws on renegotiation of mining, gas contracts

Author: Fumbuka Ng'wanakilala, in Reuters

"Tanzania passes laws on renegotiation of mining, gas contracts"...

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