Gold panning is a wide spread problem that is found throughout the Zimbabwe. This problem is mostly due to the need for income, food, employment, asset ownership and decent living
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As Zimbabwe experiences its worst economic crisis in a decade, with crippling hyperinflation and unemployment, young people are venturing into illegal gold mining in a bid to earn a living. Gold panning in Chimanimani is mostly small-scale and informal, according to a 2016 research paper by the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew in London. The paper estimated that the output from artisanal gold panning in the area from 2007 to 2011 was between 600-to-900 kg per year, with less than half of that ...
Zimbabwe is in desperate need of retained foreign currency earnings from gold in order to pay for ever-demanding needs. These range from fuel and electricity to repaying collateralized foreign debts to the tune of just above USD 1 billion. These debts were contracted from multilateral financier Afreximbank.
News on the death of illegal miners caused by a collapse trenchesor them being buried alive in collapse pitsis common every year in Zimbabwe. Research shows that people should not underrate the dangers of chemicals used in mining tocommunities as they pollute air, water and render agricultural land infertile to support plant growth.
Zimbabwe Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining Council Zamsco president Wellington Takavarasha said there was a lot of damage to the environment caused by unregulated mining activities and the use of...
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