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Since August 1996, numerous investigations have taken place. The World Bank, the Tanzanian police, Barrick Gold, the United Democratic Party […]

15 April, 2002
Tundu Lissu

Tundu Lissu, a human rights lawyer with the Lawyers’ Environmental Action Team (LEAT), grew up in Tanzania. His devotion to […]

15 April, 2002
Tanzania Facts

POPULATION AND LANGUAGEWhile Swahili and English are the official languages, the people of Tanzania speak various dialects according to their […]

15 April, 2002

1976-1994: Peasant miners slowly stream into Bulyanhulu to mine the gold found there.September, 1994: Kahama Mining Corporation Limited (KMCL), wholly […]

15 April, 2002
The Investor Rebellion

The potential profits were getting bigger, and also getting further away. With no prospect of evicting the miners, the stock […]

15 April, 2002
U of T’s new provost has a mixed past

U of T is elated to announce what they describe as a “Brain Regained” with the hiring of a new […]

15 April, 2002
Problems with the Locals

Vancouver-based Sutton Resources had an inside track with the Tanzanian government. CEO James Sinclair was a friend of the president […]

15 April, 2002
The Kahama Memorandum

In the face of the court’s ruling, the evictions continue. The Kahama bulldozer is sent in on August 7 to […]

15 April, 2002
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