Uganda to review its mining sector licensing policy

Published: Tuesday, 13 November 2012

Energy ministry tightens policy after companies had licences suspended

By Allan Bariyo

Uganda’s ministry for energy has moved to tighten the policy framework guiding the issuance and renewal of mining licences after several companies had their licences suspended or revoked after failing to comply with licensing terms.

There are more than 620 companies in the East African...

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