THE IMPLICATION OF EXTRACTIVE SECTOR FISCAL REGIME TO THE ECONOMY: A CASE OF THE MINING SUB SECTOR IN TANZANIA

The mining fiscal regime in Tanzania is characterized by the fact that the Government is the owner of the resource with sovereign authority to impose taxes, fees and rents on all persons and companies operating in its jurisdiction. For that matter, the Government of Tanzania (GoT) imposes a combination of resource-based levies such as royalties […]

ENGENDERING THE MINING IN TANZANIA: TO WHAT EXTENT ARE WOMEN BENEFITING OR LOSING OUT IN REVENUE MANAGEMENT

This study aimed at examining the extent to which women benefit from or lose out in mining revenue management in Tanzania. It also sought to find out whether Tanzania has a revenue allocation mechanism to ensure that women benefit from the sector as men. The study was triggered by the fact that participation of women […]