Top Tanzanite Miner Agrees to Co-operate with Tanzanian Govt

TanzaniteOne Mining, the country's largest miner of the rare gemstone, has bowed to government pressure to address serious flaws unearthed by a parliamentary team. These include theft, embezzlement, corruption and lack of accountability which led to the country losing million of dollars in undeclared or undervalued exports. The statement comes shortly after an agreement reached between the government and Barrick Gold, the majority shareholder of Acacia Mining, on 50/50 profit sharing.

  • Tanzania:   Top Tanzanite Miner 'Ready' to Cooperate

    Citizen, 23 October 2017

    TanzaniteOne Mining Limited, the largest miner of the rare gemstone, has bowed to the government pressure to address serious flaws unearthed recently by a parliamentary probe team. Read more »

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  • Tanzania:   Tanzanite-One - We're in Step With JPM

    Daily News, 23 October 2017

    THE Management of Tanzanite-One Mining Limited has expressed the firm's commitment to support President John Magufuli's initiative to ensure that tanzanite gems and other natural… Read more »

President John Magufuli has met with Prof John Thornton, Chairman of Barrick Gold Canada, parent company of Acacia Mining to discuss the mineral sand saga at the State House on Wednesday.

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