Human Rights Group Demands Stop to Mining in Tanzania
The Legal and Human Rights Center has called on the government to halt uranium mining until proper legislation is in place, citing unknown effects as reason for caution.
A mine site in northern Saskatchewan. Tanzania.
Daily News, 19 November 2012
MANTRA Tanzania Limited has received an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) certificate from the National Environment Management Council (NEMC) for its Mkuju River Uranium… Read more »
Tanzania: Mantra Underscores Support to Education
Daily News, 14 November 2012
URANIUM mining company, Mantra Tanzania has pledged to continue supporting the education sector by either sponsoring education initiatives or directly sponsoring students who would… Read more »
Daily News, 25 October 2012
MANTRA Tanzania and its investors are committed to developing the Mkuju River Project in spite of the continuing depressed uranium market after the Fukushima event, the company's… Read more »
Daily News, 27 September 2012
THE Tanzania Atomic Energy Commission (TAEC) Director General, Prof Iddi Mkilaha, has called upon the public to support the country's uranium development initiatives, urging that… Read more »