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Gloria Wawira
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  • Kenya
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The rationale for entrenching Rotalty rates in national mining law?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Antipas Massawe Jul 7, 2014. 5 Replies

Kenya is in the process of reviewing her Mining Law. Among the contentious is whether to provide in the new law for the royalty rates for the different categories of minerals.Among the proposal is to…Continue

GROUNDS FOR MINERAL DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENTS

Started this discussion. Last reply by Antipas Massawe May 12, 2014. 6 Replies

Hi all,i am wondering what other ground governments use to classify their mineral development agreements other than the financial magnitude of the specific project. what other consideration may…Continue

 

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Nov 12, 2014
Antipas Massawe replied to Gloria Wawira's discussion 'The rationale for entrenching Rotalty rates in national mining law?'
"Fiscal revenues are important, but most important are the revenues African nations could generate through ownership of exploration and mine shares, and shares in the value addition mineral processing and provision of services and supplies to…"
Jul 7, 2014
Gloria Wawira replied to Gloria Wawira's discussion 'The rationale for entrenching Rotalty rates in national mining law?'
"I think we all have points, Fiscal systems are vital for extractive industry management. It is key that African nations get it right. Royalties for example contribute the highest revenues in Kenya's mining industry but are not utilized in the…"
Jul 7, 2014
Antipas Massawe replied to Gloria Wawira's discussion 'The rationale for entrenching Rotalty rates in national mining law?'
"It is called fiscal rather than the royalty regime Gloria called it. Fiscal regimes carries a lot more forms of Government revenue or taxes other than royalty and sometimes it may not carry royalty at all. Yes, it is usually a separate component of…"
Jul 7, 2014
Joseph Butera replied to Gloria Wawira's discussion 'The rationale for entrenching Rotalty rates in national mining law?'
"I think its better not to include royalty rates in the mining law rather have a separate law (royalty bill) that can be amended time to time as the nation increases capacity in the management of the extractive industry. You would want to change the…"
Jul 7, 2014
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Jun 23, 2014
Antipas Massawe replied to Gloria Wawira's discussion 'The rationale for entrenching Rotalty rates in national mining law?'
"Another Tricky question from Gloria! Will try answering it as follows: If the Law also aims to encourage mining of raw materials for local power generation and manufacturing for export and/or reduce spending on imports, then such Law could use the…"
Jun 5, 2014
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The rationale for entrenching Rotalty rates in national mining law?

Kenya is in the process of reviewing her Mining Law. Among the contentious is whether to provide in the new law for the royalty rates for the different categories of minerals.Among the proposal is to set the maximum royalty percentage in the law.What are among the reasons for setting royalty rates in Law. and is this the preferred best practise?See More
Jun 5, 2014
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May 15, 2014
Antipas Massawe replied to Gloria Wawira's discussion 'GROUNDS FOR MINERAL DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENTS'
"You are very right, all of them are variables of the financial aspect, and that is what they should be. Some of them have a positive effect and others a negative one. Some of them have a very strong effect, others a weak one. Experts could assign…"
May 12, 2014
Gloria Wawira replied to Gloria Wawira's discussion 'GROUNDS FOR MINERAL DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENTS'
"Dr Massawe, Thank you very much. I wonder however, if all those are not in one way or another linked to the financial aspects of the mineral project."
May 12, 2014
Antipas Massawe replied to Gloria Wawira's discussion 'GROUNDS FOR MINERAL DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENTS'
"Forgotten the following 2 very important categories: 11.0 Procurement of supplies and services from local sources: 11. 1 negligible; 11.2 small; 11.3 average; and 11.4 mostly. 12.0 Involvement of local suppliers and service providers in…"
May 11, 2014
Davis Osoro replied to Gloria Wawira's discussion 'GROUNDS FOR MINERAL DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENTS'
"I think that Dr. Massawe has correctly elucidated the general grounds that governments use to allow development of mineral wealth. That said, it must be noted that the overarching motivation is revenues for the government."
May 10, 2014

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Organisation (if non, specify N/A)
Kenya Chamber of Mines
Type of Organisation
Business
Job Title
Lawyer
About My Work
I am highly interested in policy work in the mining sector as my country is at great stage in the development of the industry.
Areas of interest
gold, diamonds, oil and natural gas, governance and anti-corruption, investing, social accountability, contract and licensing, monitoring revenue collection, redistribution and sustainable development
Intererested in job/consulting opportunities
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