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Advocacy Group Takes Council To Task Over Land Distribution

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By Priscilla Makondo

Women in the small scale mining sector have bemoaned the delays that hinder progress when they try to access key information or paperwork at government or council offices, they have also called for better consultation on fees that they are required to pay.

Speaking to Great DykeNews Mining analyst and Zimbabwe Miners Federation Mashonaland West Regional chairperson Chiedza Chipangura said there is a bit of a challenge as the council is not consulting women and men in mining when they are charging for land

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She also highlighted that some of the policies used by the local authorities and mining authorities need to be revised since big mines and artisanal miners cannot be charged the same amount.


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