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Simiso Mlevu
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Loss of life, ecological crisis and moral decadence, the legacy of granite mining in Mutoko

Simiso MlevuVillagers in Mutoko District, 143 North East of Harare, Zimbabwe’s Capital, live in poverty and yet scattered around their communities are superimposing machines slicing mountains for the precious granite stone.For decades, MaBuja, as the people of Mutoko are identified because of their ethnicity, have been known for living off market gardening and subsistence…See More
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Centre for Natural Resource Governance
Type of Organisation
Civil Society Organisation
Website
http://cnrgzim.org/
Job Title
Communications Officer
About My Work
I am interested in issues of land grab, water grabbing, property rights, displacement, human rights abuse and ecological degradation encountered by communities affected by the extraction of natural resources in their surroundings are shared widely and also ensure stakeholder cooperation through creation and maintenance of goodwill
Areas of interest
diamonds, governance and anti-corruption, environment, social accountability, human rights, redistribution and sustainable development
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Loss of life, ecological crisis and moral decadence, the legacy of granite mining in Mutoko

Posted on February 13, 2019 at 19:39 0 Comments

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Villagers in Mutoko District, 143 North East of Harare, Zimbabwe’s Capital, live in poverty and yet scattered around their communities are superimposing machines slicing mountains for the precious granite stone.

For decades, MaBuja, as the people of Mutoko are identified because of their ethnicity, have been known for living…

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At 1:39 on February 2, 2019, James Pollard said…

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