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“Multi-stakeholder Approach Key To Stopping Destructive Illegal Mining Activities” – Legislators

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By Amanda Mbiba

Legislators in the Great Dyke say the challenge of illegal mining activities that destroy key road infrastructure can only be tackled with a multi-stakeholder approach that involves the communities.

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Speaking to Great Dyke News’ Amanda Mbiba, Shurugwi North Legislator Honorable Robson Nyathi said the Environmental Management Agency (EMA), the police and mine owners are all needed to stop these illegal activities which now threaten roads and other infrastructure.

Illegal mining activities remain a challenge in the mineral-rich districts of the Great Dyke and in recent times illegal miners have been opening shafts under roads and destroying water supply and sewer infrastructure.

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