The government has declared Acacia Mining 'unwanted' in the country saying it resisted regulatory requirements, was involved in massive tax evasion and harshly dealt with communities around its mines.
Why Tanzania Wants Acacia to Pack and Go
Citizen, 23 May 2019
The government has declared Acacia Mining 'unwanted' and has written to the company's mines in the country to alert them of the decision not to formerly recognise any agreements… Read more »
Possibility of Acacia Exit Draws Mixed Responses
Citizen, 24 May 2019
News that Acacia Mining could exit Tanzania as early as this year has drawn mixed views from a cross section of experts, who feel the decision was likely inevitable. Read more »
Solve Acacia or No Deal
Daily News, 23 May 2019
Tanzania gives tough condition to mining giant Barrick 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 »
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