illegal mining looming

  • Reports of illegal mining in Goa - BBC News

    Nov 14, 2011 · Another huge corruption scandal is looming in India over its mining industry. Exports of iron ore have been stopped in the state of Karnataka, amid allegations that corrupt officials allowed ...

  • Burning for over 100 years, Jharkhand's underground fire ...

    Add to this the effects of global warming, changing wind patterns, earthquakes, shifting of tectonic plates, and the menace of illegal mining accompanied with state apathy and corruption; the ...

  • Wina explains forest reserve 27 developments – The Mast Online

    Jul 27, 2019 · "The Ministry [of Mines] plans to include livelihood activities for the youths engaged in illegal mining in the implementation plan of the Zambia Mining and Environment Remediation and Improvement Project. The current implementation plan does not .

  • The Impact and Effect of Illegal Mining (galamsey) towards ...

    The Impact and Effect of Illegal Mining (galamsey) towards the Socio-economic Development of Mining Communities: A Case Study of Kenyasi in the Brong Ahafo Region Adjei 1, N.K.Oladejo1, I.A. Adetunde2, * 1University for Development Studies, Department of Mathematics, Navrongo. Ghana.

  • The Hidden Environmental Toll of Mining the World's Sand ...

    It is often a lawless business, beset by corruption and violence. In India, the world's second-largest sand mining country, widespread illegal extraction "occurs through the country. run by highly organized and often violent sand mafias," reported Koehnken. Rogue operators routinely bribe officials, and even the courts prove powerless.

  • Cryptos in Iran: Mining=legal, trading=illegal says new bill

    Cryptos in Iran: Mining=legal, trading=illegal says new bill 2019-08-06 After a cabinet meeting on Sunday, Iranian authorities have passed a new bill which classified any and all cryptocurrency transactions within the country as illegal tender and will not be recognized by the central bank.

  • Africa's looming drugs crisis fuelled by organised crime ...

    9 hours ago · Africa's looming drugs crisis fuelled by organised crime and poor policy. 2019-09-05. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia – Africa faces a substantial increase in illegal drug use, fuelled by organised crime and ineffective policy. In the next 30 years, sub-Saharan Africa will see the world's biggest surge in illicit drug users, with its share of global drug consumption projected to double.

  • Illegal mining tragedy looms - NUM's Baleni

    A major tragedy is looming in disused mines if government does not take decisive action to curb thriving illegal mining, the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) said today. "We have been urging the ministers of police and mines to improve on their intelligence side," NUM general secretary Frans Baleni told reporters in Johannesburg.