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Anjin (joint venture Anhui Foreign Economic Construction, Zimbabwe Mining Development Corporation & Govt. of Zimbabwe)

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22 March 2012

Anhui Foreign Economic Construction’s response to concerns about its operations in Marange [Zimbabwe

Author: Anhui Foreign Economic Construction (parent company of Anjin)

Recently some Newspapers and Medias published some untrue news that “Anjin Investment (Private) Limited beats and curses local workers’, such untrue reports come out of zero and are pure slander to Anjin, they cannot stand any test of truth and facts....

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5 March 2012

Zim’s illicit gem trade thriving underground [Zimbabwe]

Author: South Africa Press Agency (SAPA)

...“Abuses are still very common and we receive regular reports from CCDT local human rights monitors,” said [Melanie] Chiponda [of the Chiadzwa Community Development Trust (CCDT)]. She cited beatings by guards at the Chinese-joint venture Anjin...

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Article
15 December 2011

Chinese firm denies abuse at Zimbabwe diamond mine

Author: MacDonald Dzirutwe, Reuters

A Chinese mining group has denied violating human rights at Zimbabwe's Marange diamond fields where unlicensed small-scale miners have clashed with security forces in the past...Human Rights Watch (HRW) said...that police and private security employed...

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Article
1 November 2011

Kimberley Process Clears Zimbabwe Diamonds for Export; US Chairmanship Mooted

Author: Sandra Nyaira & Violet Gonda, Voice of America

The Kimberley Process Certification Scheme, meeting...cleared Zimbabwe to resume the supervised export of diamonds from its troubled Marange field...Sources said that under the new Kimberley deal, the United States might assume the group's deputy...

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Article
27 July 2011

[PDF] Letter to Zimbabwe Mining and Development Corporation requesting access to Marange mining contracts

Author: Zimbabwe Environmental Law Association

The Zimbabwe Environmental Law Association hereby makes request to access the documents listed below which are in your custody or control. This application is made in terms of section 6 of the Acccess to Information and Protection of Privacy Act. ...

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Article
1 July 2011

[PDF] Holding Businesses Accountable for Human Rights Violations: Recent Developments and Next Steps

Author: Connie de la Vega, Amol Mehra, Alexandra Wong, for Friedrich Ebert Stiftung

...[The] Guiding Principles [on Business and Human Rights were drafted] to assist governments and corporations in the implementation of the [UN "Protect, Respect and Remedy"] framework. While these principles contain positive elements, they fall short...

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Article
23 June 2011

Zimbabwe: KP Now Defunct, Says Mpofu

Author: Herald [Zimbabwe]

Mining Development Minister…Mpofu told the KP [Kimberly Process] intercessional meeting…"We have been monitored and certified compliant, why should we continue with the monitor…"We want to make it…clear…that we will not…accept any mechanism of...

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22 June 2011

Diatribe by Zimbabwe Mines Minister Poorly Received at Kimberley Meeting

Author: Sandra Nyaira, VOA News

Mpofu's remarks to the Kimberley plenary session, described by some as a diatribe that did not go over very well in the international forum, were his first intervention in Kinshasa as he had boycotted a previous meeting of the working group on...

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22 June 2011

Zimbabwe's mine minister Mpofu says "Kimberley Process is now defunct" & Zimbabwe will export its diamonds

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Article
1 January 2011

[PDF] Extractive Industries Policy and Legal Handbook: Analysis of the key issues in Zimbabwe's mining sector - Case study of the plight of Marange and Mutoko Mining Communities

Author: Shamiso Mtisi, Mutuso Dhliwayo & Gilbert Makore, Zimbabwe Environmental Law Association

This handbook constitutes one of the battles being fought by civil society organisations to promote and protect the rights of communities living adjacent to mining areas against the operations of extractive industries, the state and other individuals...

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