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

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9 March 2016

Zimbabwe: Govt. closes diamond mining firms, NGOs urge respect for human rights in closure

The Government of Zimbabwe has ordered diamond mining companies in Chiadzwa and Chimanimani to stop operations and clear their equipment in 90 days as the government will take over all diamond mining operations in the country. President Mugabe has...

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14 October 2015

Anjin Investments, Marange Resources & Diamond Mining Corporation lawsuit (re water pollution)

In September 2012, Zimbabwe Environmental Law Association and a group of Zimbabwean villagers living along the Save River filed a request for a court order to stop mining companies polluting the river.    

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21 June 2015

Marange mining firms sued over pollution

Author: Tendai Kamhungira, Daily news (Zimbabwe)

Five Marange residents have dragged three diamond mining firms based in that area tocourt, accusing the companies of discharging human waste and other chemicals in nearby rivers...Anjin Investments (Private) Limited, Marange Resources (Private) Limited...

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24 April 2014

Diamond firms told of their fate [Zimbabwe]

Author: Tendayi Mugabe, Herald (Zimbabwe)

Government has formally informed diamond companies in Marange that only one or two..will be left to mine, after they failed to properly account for revenue...from their operations...The remaining...firms will operate as joint ventures with Government.....

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12 March 2013

CRD update on Marange, Article No 2 [Zimbabwe]

Author: Centre for Research & Development (Zimbabwe)

[Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Anhui Foreign Economic Construction, ZMDC and New Reclamation Group to respond. They did not respond.] Admire Munindwa…and his two friends got into Anjin [Anjin is a joint venture Anhui Foreign...

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13 February 2013

Monitors criticize Belgium on Zimbabwe diamonds

Author: Angus Shaw, AP

[Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Anhui Foreign Economic Construction Group, ZMDC to respond. Anhui Foreign Economic Construction Group response provided. ZMDC did not respond]. The eastern Zimbabwe fields of Marange, where diamonds...

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9 September 2012

Villagers sue diamond firms for pollution [Zimbabwe]

Author: Caiphas Chimhete, Standard [Zimbabwe]

The Zimbabwe Environmental Law Association (Zela) and villagers...are seeking a court order to bar three diamond mining companies in Marange district from polluting water sources...In a High Court application...Zela and the villagers alleged that Anjin...

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24 May 2012

The pollution fallout from Zimbabwe’s blood diamonds

Author: Andrew Mambondiyani in Yale Environment 360 [USA]

The Marange diamond fields...have been an infamous example of so-called blood diamonds...Now, the impoverished residents who live near the mines have another cause for concern...Numerous local officials and leaders of civic organizations contend that...

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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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