Kenya Revokes Several Mining Licenses
The government has revoked mining company licenses that were awarded between January and May 2013 as most were issued under questionable circumstances, an official has said.
Sabahi, 6 August 2013
The Kenyan government Monday (August 5th) revoked all mining licences granted early this year and announced intentions to hike royalties paid by companies operating in its nascent... read more »
Tulawaka Gold Mine.
The Star, 6 August 2013
Mining licenses issued between January and May this year have been revoked. Mining cabinet secretary Najib Balala revoked at least 31 licenses. Moses Masibo who was in charge of... read more »
Capital FM, 6 August 2013
The Kenya Chamber of Mines has condemned the decision by Cabinet Secretary Najib Balala to revoke all mining licenses issued between January and May 2013.read more »
The New Times, 6 August 2013
Traders have welcomed Kenya's move to automate its customs entry points. According to a new policy, all border points will switch to automated electronic systems effective October... read more »
Capital FM, 5 August 2013
A company that last month got approval of its Environmental Impact Assessment for the mining and processing of niobium and rare earths in Kwale says it has not been notified of the... read more »