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CORTEC now accuses Mining Secretary of demanding bribe. Balala dismisses claims by CORTEC.
Do you take the respawning feature in Minecraft for granted? You could die in Minecraft and nothing will happen... you just respawn and go back to playing. But what if this changed? What if you were required to have a RESPAWN LICENSE in order to be allowed to re spawn in the game? ►Pink Sheeps channel: http://bit.ly/1Uyj3zY Thanks for watching, hope you all enjoyed! If you did, make sure to leave a LIKE and SUBSCRIBE so you don't miss any future videos! Leave your video suggestions in the comments as well and you may be featured in the next one! What would you do in order to stay alive to get your license? Would you just quit Minecraft? Actors: creeper321448, Madison_Madison, Impishly, ilovedogs84121, TheLavaDog, DaOnlyKiwii, Aybsea_lmao, no, iLil, NOMO, GhostCodey, ThisIsJustPie ►MER...
Government says its yet to institute the appropriate legal benchmarks on issuance of licensing for mineral exploration as speculators are still finding space in the sector. Peter Lokeris, the Minister of State for Mineral Development admits that the recent lifting of the ban on export of raw minerals, means reforms must equally be pushed to protect the mining sector. Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda
Uganda's government is set to cancel over 170 mining licenses for companies that have failed to pay their royalties over concerns that redundant licenses are denying it a substantial amount in revenue. CCTV's Hillary Ayesiga reports.
For more stories visit http://www.enca.com/videos/ Johannesburg, January 16 - The ANC has said that Amplats' must sacrifice the licenses for some of its shafts if it cannot run them. This latest fallout follows the platinum giant's retrenchment announcement.
Africa's richest Aliko Dangote to visit Kenya over suspension of mining licenses Watch KTN Streaming LIVE from Kenya 24/7 on http://www.ktnkenya.tv Follow us on http://www.twitter.com/ktnkenya Like us on http://www.facebook.com/ktnkenya
Prospective investors in the mining industry now have a new digital platform for processing all their requirements including licenses. The online portal is expected to reduce the duration it takes to acquire a mining license from 18 months to a maximum of three months. Mining Principal Secretary Patrick Omutia said that this will replace the old cumbersome paper based system.
Investors in the emerging mining sector have raised concern over a recent move by the government to revoke over 30 mining licenses issued during the first half of this year. The move that was announced by Mining Cabinet Secretary Najib Balala was meant to enable the government review the licenses with the governments claiming that the deals were struck with political undertones.
The government has published the names of 43 companies whose mining licenses were revoked on Monday over alleged irregularities. The list released by the ministry of mining was made public even as it emerged that some of the companies owned by influential individuals had been given an unlimited scope to exploit and mine a wide range of minerals. Meanwhile, the Kenya chamber of mines has faulted the cancellation of licenses warning this was likely to deter prospective investors eyeing a piece of Kenya's mineral wealth.
The government has revoked licenses of mining companies that were awarded between January and may this year. This is to determine their nature and benefits to the country and host communities. Mining cabinet secretary Najib Balala revoked 31 mining licenses, saying they were issued under unclear circumstances. He consequently formed a seven-man team to assess the validity of each license, draft a recommendation and make a report that will inform the mining ministry's decision. Sally Mbilu reports.
Ethiopia has cancelled over 50 mining and exploration licenses over failure by licence holders to commence operations on schedule.The law requires a company to commence exploration or mining within 90 days after signing a contract with Ethiopia's ministry of Mines, Petroleum and Natural gas. The ministry had registered 530 mining companies. Statistics indicate that since 2004, a total of 211 mining licenses have been cancelled. Ethiopia is endowed with many natural resources, including gold, iron, natural gas and oil. Gold is among Ethiopia's major mineral exports. Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
Most of the mining licenses issued in the period between 2003 to 2013 were irregular while others do not exist in the state records according to a task force report released on Wednesday. Cabinet secretary for mining Najib Balala says he will use the report to clean up the sector.
The long wait for mining companies to get exploration licenses in the country is about to come to an end. Mining Cabinet Secretary Dan Kazungu says in accordance with the mining act, a board has been constituted and it is only awaiting the appointment of its chair for it to start work, which will include issuing mining licenses. Since May 2016 no new license has been issued as the government works on replacing the 76 year old colonial law.
Mining Ministry Launches Online Mining License Application Prospective investors in the mining sector will soon be able to apply for mining licenses online and receive a response within 90 days. This is one of the reform measures aimed at cutting out brokers and reduce corruption in the licensing processes. The proposal is among many others contained in the mining bill currently in its second reading in parliament. The bill advocates for creation of a mining advisory board to oversee and assess the online mining licence applications before final approvals are granted by the cabinet secretary for mining.
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Mining companies still have some way to go to earn their social licenses in South Africa...That was the view of delegates attending a resource sustainability summit at the Gibs School of Business Sciences on Monday... But speakers also argued that policy in its current is keeping mining firms from extending their social responsibility efforts. Business anchor Devan Murugan spoke to water resource expert Dr Anthony Turton and John Wates from mining tailing firm Fraser Alexander about the effect of mining operations on mining communities. He started by them asking why mining firms have had such a hard time gaining the trust of communities.
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This Minecraft mining outpost base tutorial shows how to build/make an underground mining base with storage and furnaces. I know the video is choppy and laggy, I apologize, apparently recording in 1080p at 60fps is too much for my PC to handle. It won't happen again I promise. Also, yes, I did take a hiatus. It was a much needed hiatus, but now I am back and better than ever :D I really hope you guys enjoyed this one as best as you can with the poop quality. Thank you for watching :D Bye! My Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheNeoCubest Texturepack: http://www.minecraftforum.net/topic/72747-faithful-32x32-pack-updateocelot-two-cats-new-saplings-ctm-17/ Shaders: http://www.minecraftforum.net/forums/mapping-and-modding/minecraft-mods/2396689-capttatsus-bsl-shaders-chocapic13-shaders-edit-50k ...
The Ankara Prosecutor's Office has recently launched an investigation into two journalists from the Zaman daily, İsmail Altunsoy and columnist Turhan Bozkurt, on the grounds that they "insulted" a businessman in reporting on mining licenses being obtained faster by pro-government businessmen. Altunsoy and Bozkurt, who recently wrote about the process of giving firms permits to explore mines, emphasized in the reports and columns that after the Office of the Prime Ministry became the only authority to provide mining licenses to companies in 2012, certain pro-government businessmen, including Abdullah Tivnikli, received permission for mining more than other businessmen and companies. In response to the criminal complaint filed by Tivnikli, Bozkurt told Today's Zaman that he will continue t...
Entree Gold has received a mining license covering its Nomkhon Bohr coal discovery, outlined through exploration efforts in 2008-2009. The new mining license comprises approximately 14,030 hectares and covers the northwest corner of the former Togoot exploration license. The portion of the property included in the mining license is mainly underlain by Permian sediments which are known to host rich coal deposits in this part of the Gobi Desert.