The second presidential committee report on the export of mineral concentrates has revealed that Acacia Mining PLC has been operating in the country for 19 years without any legal registration or certificate of compliance.
Debate Hots Up Over Acacia's Non-Registration
Citizen, 14 June 2017
Questions are being raised about the Acacia Mining registration after the second presidential probe committee alleged that the company operated illegally in the country. Read more »
Acacia Mining Plc.
'Acacia Has Operated Illegally for 19 Years'
Daily News, 13 June 2017
The Second presidential committee report on the export of mineral concentrates has revealed that Acacia Mining Plc has been operating in the country for 19 years without any legal… Read more »
Acacia Wants an Independent Review On Presidential Committees' Findings On Mineral Sands Saga
Citizen, 13 June 2017
Acacia Gold Mining PLC has reiterated its call for an independent review to encompass the first and second presidential committee reports on the metallic mineral concentrates. Read more »
Acacia Shares Tumble 8% After Second Report
Acacia share fell by 8.0 per cent yesterday after the second probe team revealed its finding that accused the Dar es Salaam cross-listed firm of operating illegally and tax… Read more »
Acacia Disappointed By the Findings of the Second Presidential Committee
Citizen, 12 June 2017
The second committee chaired by Prof Nehemiah Osoro from the University of Dar es Salaam and which was tasked to look the historical economic and legal aspects of the export of… Read more »
The leader has ordered that no more mineral sand should be shipped out of the country and has asked Acacia Mining Company to 'apologize for its faults' if it is still willing to ... Read more »
Development stakeholders in Tanzania have commented on the second report - on mining contracts and their economic impact - which has been handed over to President John ... Read more »
A special committee appointed by President John Magufuli to look into mining contracts and their economic impact reported that Acacia Gold Mining PLC who owns Bulyanhulu, North ... Read more »
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