Rwanda to crack down on illegal mining

Published: Tuesday, 04 December 2012

Nation implements fines, bans and police arrests after increased illegal mining activity

By Allan Bariyo

Officials in Rwanda have moved to stop illegal mining after fears that unlicensed activity will affect growth of the East African nation’s industrial mineral mining sector.

The move would see the consolidation of quarry resources, such as limestone, where demand has caused a surge in...

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