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‘Women in mining remain vulnerable’ NewsDay Zimbabwe

So we expect the government to protect women in mining because Zimbabwe is signatory to many international conventions such as the International Human Rights Frameworks for Women’s Rights and

Kudzai Tuhwe conquering gender barriers in the mining

Mar 03, 2021 By Business Reporter Wednesday 3 March 2021 WOMENS MONTH PROFILES (Mining Index) KUDZAI TUHWE is a holder of a prospective gold mining license in Chegutu. She is also a mining investment consultant who has also done mining through partnerships in Chiweshe and Chegutu. Her mining career s

Women in Mining: Creating a balance between gender and mining

Sep 02, 2020 Mining Zimbabwe our core focus is the Zimbabwe Mining Industry, Zimbabwe Mining News, trends, new technologies being developed and used to improve this crucial sector, as well as new opportunities and investments arising from it. Tel/ WhatsApp: +263 8644 276 585

Women miners in Zimbabwe: The untold story International

Mar 21, 2015 “Mining is one area that women cannot lobby for gender equality. It is not their area, the spirit mediums do not allow it and they simply will not make it,” warned Mr Chinhondo. Sadly, Zimbabwean mining communities, women included, have since epitomised these stereotypes, completely shutting the female populace out of the game.

Women are Joining Artisanal Mining in Zimbabwe Africa

Jun 08, 2018 Currently, Zimbabwe is still governed by the 1961 Mines and Mineral Act, which was enacted during the colonial era. Calls are now mounting to ensure the new mining statutes are more gender responsive.

‘Not For the Faint-Hearted’: Women in Zimbabwe’s Mining

Jul 07, 2019 Artisanal gold mining was illegal in Zimbabwe from 2006 until 2013, though that didn’t prevent individual miners from selling to the black market during that time. In 2014, the government opened up its gold-buying facility, Fidelity Printers and Refiners, to small-scale and artisanal miners, in addition to the large companies that had

Gender inequality rife in mining sector The Herald

Gender inequality rife in mining sector. 07 Dec, 2017 According to Mr Wellington Takavarasha, chairman of Zimbabwe Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining Council, there are an estimated 500 000

Amplifying voices of women in artisanal and small-scale mining

The Zimbabwe Environmental Law Association (ZELA) organized a workshop with the Women in Mining (WIM), from the 2 nd to the 4 th of October 2018, at Inyathi Vocational Training Center in Bubi. The workshop sought to introduce the project to the women in mining from Bubi, train and capacitate the women in mining on documentation and storytelling through use of social media platforms e.g

Gender Equality and Women’s Rights in Mining KIT Royal

Why gender matters in the mining world All over the world, mineral production and mineral supply chains are recognised for their potential to catalyse economic growth and spur development. A growing body of evidence, however, suggests that current mining policy and practice can actually worsen gender inequalities if gender concerns are not adequately considered.

Gender Inequality in Zimbabwe The Borgen Project

Jul 27, 2020 Changing gender norms in Zimbabwe is more than just a women’s issue, and men have a responsibility to step up beside women to advocate for equality. MCC involves appealing to men rationally and emotionally. Its strategy defines the business, economic and social benefits of gender equality and urges male leaders to confront and understand the

Kudzai Tuhwe conquering gender barriers in the mining

Mar 03, 2021 By Business Reporter Wednesday 3 March 2021 WOMENS MONTH PROFILES (Mining Index) KUDZAI TUHWE is a holder of a prospective gold mining license in Chegutu. She is also a mining investment consultant who has also done mining through partnerships in Chiweshe and Chegutu. Her mining career s

Women Mining Report WITH CHANGES Zimbabwe Gender

Additional activities include a Gender Audit of the Mines andMinerals Bill,working withthe Ministryof Mines andthe Ministryresponsible forwomen affairs around the Zimbabwe Mining Vision. This is in the context of the absence of clear policy framework to guide thesector. Workon thevision drawson lessons from WLSA Lesotho. WLSA Zimbabwe is working

Women in mining’s land rights at stake Zimbabwe Situation

Oct 25, 2020 “To address gender imbalances in mining, the government should make mining safe for women and provide more security and embark on national awareness campaigns to make it clear that women and men are equal at law and have the same rights and access to land and to mining.” Zimbabwe Environmental Law Association (Zela) programmes manager

Women Empowerment: Mining a fortune UNDP in Zimbabwe

A founding member of the Mthandazo Women’s Mining Centre in Collen Bawn, Gwanda District of Matabeleland South Province, Mrs Majola is a beneficiary of mining equipment that was provided to the centre in November 2016 by the UNDP in partnership with the Ministry of Women Affairs, Gender and Community Development.

Impact of Mining on Women Research, 2015 ActionAid Zimbabwe

Jun 01, 2015 "When extractives ‘come home’ " is a report of an action research into the impact of the extractives sector on women in selected communities in Zimbabwe with a focus on mining Downloads impact_of_mining_on_women_research_2015.pdf

Mining Zimbabwe Magazine

fiscus, Mining Zimbabwe looks at why the gold sector has been rising and falling rapidly in the past years and the possible solutions for the country to record a significant chunk of gold from gold producers. The role of women in the mining sector cannot be undermined, the Zimbabwe mining sector has women who are doing the

Mining Law 2021 Laws and Regulations Zimbabwe ICLG

Oct 09, 2020 Zimbabwe: Mining Laws and Regulations 2021. ICLG Mining Laws and Regulations Zimbabwe covers common issues in mining laws and regulations including the acquisition of rights, ownership requirements and restrictions, processing, transfer and encumbrance, environmental aspects, native title and land rights in 15 jurisdictions.

ZCC calls for equal access to natural resources Zimbabwe

Feb 12, 2021 THE Zimbabwe Council of Churches (ZCC) says inequalities in the mining sector were derailing efforts by the industry to address the socio-economic problems in communities. Speaking during an alternative mining indaba held virtually this week, ZCC’s Martha Mutswarakati of

ZIMBABWE 2018 HUMAN RIGHTS REPORT

ZIMBABWE 2018 HUMAN RIGHTS REPORT . EXECUTIVE SUMMARY . Zimbabwe is constitutionally a republic . On July 30, the country elected Emmerson Mnangagwa president in general elections. Despite incremental improvements from past elections, domestic and international observers noted

Gender Issues in the Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining

May 26, 2020 Although the Kimberley Process Core Document does not address gender explicitly, gender safeguards call for a commitment to gender equality within Kimberley Process documents, an expansion of the definition of conflict diamond to include violence against women, and the establishment of a trust fund to support interventions for women in mining

Black granite mining: The bane of Mutoko The Standard

Feb 24, 2019 The Centre for Natural Resource Governance (CNRG) held a gender and extractives workshop with Mutoko women recently and there was emotional outpouring on the devastating legacy of granite extraction. Mutoko women pray that the government of Zimbabwe could listen to their grievances with regard to granite mining and help fix waning relations

(PDF) Scratching the Surface: Exploring Women's Roles in

(2002) indicated that the formal mining sector for example in Zimbabwe and Zambia employs ten per cent (10%) women compared with the informal sector which employs up to 50% women.

Analysis of the Mines and Minerals Bill

Gender and Community Development or Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Women’s Affairs, Gender and Community Development to choose female representatives to the Board is more empowering. 6 The Bill is not anchored on the Africa Mining Vision (AMV) of whom Zimbabwe is a .

The National Gender Policy UNESCO

Government of Zimbabwe replaces the first NGP crafted in 2004. The 2004 NGP was the first policy framework to provide a gender perspective to the principle of “Growth with Equity” that had been adopted by Zimbabwe to address the gender and race inequities. Achievements during the tenure of the 2004 NGP policy are notable.

Kudzai Tuhwe conquering gender barriers in the mining

Mar 03, 2021 google, pub-3787448768440954, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0. Thursday, March 4 2021. Latest. Kudzai Tuhwe conquering gender barriers in the mining sector

Women Mining Report WITH CHANGES Zimbabwe Gender

Additional activities include a Gender Audit of the Mines andMinerals Bill,working withthe Ministryof Mines andthe Ministryresponsible forwomen affairs around the Zimbabwe Mining Vision. This is in the context of the absence of clear policy framework to guide thesector. Workon thevision drawson lessons from WLSA Lesotho. WLSA Zimbabwe is working

Impact of Mining on Women Research, 2015 ActionAid Zimbabwe

Jun 01, 2015 "When extractives ‘come home’ " is a report of an action research into the impact of the extractives sector on women in selected communities in Zimbabwe with a focus on mining Downloads impact_of_mining_on_women_research_2015.pdf

(PDF) Scratching the Surface: Exploring Women's Roles in

(2002) indicated that the formal mining sector for example in Zimbabwe and Zambia employs ten per cent (10%) women compared with the informal sector which employs up to 50% women.

ZCC calls for equal access to natural resources Zimbabwe

Feb 12, 2021 THE Zimbabwe Council of Churches (ZCC) says inequalities in the mining sector were derailing efforts by the industry to address the socio-economic problems in communities. Speaking during an alternative mining indaba held virtually this week, ZCC’s Martha Mutswarakati of

ZIMBABWE 2018 HUMAN RIGHTS REPORT

ZIMBABWE 2018 HUMAN RIGHTS REPORT . EXECUTIVE SUMMARY . Zimbabwe is constitutionally a republic . On July 30, the country elected Emmerson Mnangagwa president in general elections. Despite incremental improvements from past elections, domestic and international observers noted

Extracting equality: gender and the African mining

Jan 25, 2017 In my recent joint paper with Andreas Kotsadam, African Mining, Gender and Local Employment, we investigated how this recent, rapid expansion in large-scale mining affects women’s job prospects. To explore the effects of mining activity on women’s livelihoods, we used a unique combination of data from over 29 countries and over 500,000 women.

Zimbabwe's new gold rush openDemocracy

Mining law in Zimbabwe is governed by the 1961 Mines and Minerals Act, which permits any individual, provided they are a “permanent resident of Zimbabwe,” to apply for a mining licence. Men

Gender Issues in the Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining

May 26, 2020 Although the Kimberley Process Core Document does not address gender explicitly, gender safeguards call for a commitment to gender equality within Kimberley Process documents, an expansion of the definition of conflict diamond to include violence against women, and the establishment of a trust fund to support interventions for women in mining

Final Report: Gender Mainstreaming Framework and

Gender issues must be addressed at every stage in the programme cycle, beginning with identification and formulation, and continuing through implementation, monitoring and Evaluation. Adapted from ‘Mainstreaming gender into project cycle management in the fisheries sector (FAO, 2011). 4. Summary Recommendations from Gender Analysis

When extractives ‘come home’: A ActionAid Zimbabwe

gender impact assessment a framework used to conduct this study. The third section explains how the study was conducted while section four analyses the legal, policy and institutional framework for mining in Zimbabwe. Thereafter, the report presents the how

(PDF) Challenging masculinities? The experiences of women

Women are, nonetheless, often ignored by development initiatives and programmes directed at improving and transforming artisanal mining; for example, there are very few women who acquired mining claims from the indigenisation programme in Zimbabwe (Moyo, 2012).

Greed and corruption in Zimbabwe's Marange diamond fields

* At the heart of this illicit trade is Zimbabwe Defence Industries (ZDI), a government procurement agency linked to mining company Anjin-whose joint partner is a Chinese State-owned company. ZDI's former CEO, Tshinga Dube, also now runs another mining concern, Marange Resources.

A GUIDE TO GENDER IMPACT ASSESSMENT FOR THE

strategic gender interests (to achieve greater equality in private and public spheres), as well as men’s needs and interests; and • involve women and men in project assessment, decision-making and planning. This guide advises mining, oil and gas companies on how they, or their consultants, can undertake a gender impact assessment. It: