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 […]

THE DOWNFALL OF ACACIA MINING PLC IN TANZANIA”: WILL TANZANIA GET A BETTER DEAL?

By virtue of article 27 of the Constitution of the United Republic of Tanzania “every person has the duty to protect the natural resources of United Republic of Tanzania (URT)” and by virtue of section 4(1) of the Permanent Sovereignty Act of 2017 providing that; “The people of United Republic of Tanzania shall have a […]

HakiRasilimali/PWYP in the Library volume 1

The 2018 HakiRasilimali /PWYP volume 1 contains; Analysis reports of the 2018 mining regulations-Mineral Beneficiation, mineral rights, Local content. Analysis of the Tanzania Extractive Industries Transparency and Accountability Act of 2015 Post analysis of the Ministries of Energy and Minerals budget for year 2018/19 Access to Information regulations 2017 A fact sheet on open contracting […]

“Are you a Champion of Open Contracting?

“Achieving Open Government Requires a Country to Put in Place Systems and Mechanisms which need to be reflected in the National Policies, Laws and Institutions”        Jakaya Kikwete Why does it matter in the Tanzania oil, gas and mining sectors? Being a compliant country to EITI standards since 2012, Tanzania’s implementation of the EITI Standard […]