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Spatial Dimension is pleased to announce the launch of an online mining cadastre portal for Papua New Guinea. The public portal is a key component to PNGs new mineral tenement administration framework powered by FlexiCadastre. The public portal improves transparency within Papua New Guinea’s mining sector which in turn will promote high quality future investments.
The portal can be accessed at…Continue
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Spatial Dimension is pleased to announce that the Mozambique Ministry of Mineral Resources has contracted Spatial Dimension to expand their existing Mining Cadastre System to include Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative (EITI) compliance reporting, monitoring and evaluation of the Kimberly Process for the diamond sector as well as to extend the current footprint of the Mining Cadastre System to include an additional four regional offices.
The project is funded through the…Continue
Added by Charles Young on July 22, 2013 at 16:23 — No Comments
A recent press release about Zambia's new mining policy noted, 'To further promote foreign investment, the Ministry of Mines had introduced and was currently implementing, an online mining cadastre system to streamline the issuance of rights, in an effort to streamline the issuance of rights at a one-stop centre'.
Click on the following link to access the press release. …Continue
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On the 10th anniversary of our first Mining Cadastre project, Spatial Dimension is pleased to announce that FlexiCadastre has been selected as Papua New Guinea’s Mineral Tenement Management System.
The Mineral Resource Authority of Papua New Guinea, through the World Bank’s Second Mining Sector Institutional Strengthening Technical Assistance Project, recently completed the evaluation of the bids submitted for the development of a fully integrated Mineral Tenement Management System.…Continue
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JOHANNESBURG (miningweekly.com) – A locally developed mineral rights system, now active on all continents, is taking the minerals-management world by storm.
The ten-year-old FlexiCadastre, developed by Spatial Dimension of Cape Town, is currently being applied in 70 global mining jurisdictions by more than 1 200 government and corporate entities (see also attached video).
The South Africa-developed technology currently manages eight-million square kilometres of land in…Continue
Added by Charles Young on May 29, 2013 at 8:36 — No Comments
Zambia's government plans to introduce an online system in mineral licensing to promote transparency and accountability in licence issuance and revenue collection.
This is according to the minister of Mines, Energy and Water Development Yamfwa Mukanga who said, lack of an online software system has caused confusion in the issuance of mining licences in Zambia.
The Zambian government expects the new system to eliminate corruption in the issuance of mining licences by the…Continue
By: Leandi Kolver, Mining Weekly
8th February 2013
Link to original article: MiningWeekly
Information technology company Spatial Dimension began work on an 18-month project last month to implement its computerised mining cadastre system, FlexiCadastre, for the Rwandan Geology and Mines Department, which is the mining sector regulatory body within…Continue
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Spatial Dimension is pleased to announce that they have begun work on an 18 month project to implement a new computerised mining cadastre system for the Rwandan Geology and Mines Department, the mining sector regulatory body within the Ministry of Natural Resources (MINIRENA).
The project forms part of the four year Strategic Capacity Building Initiative (SCBI) which is focused on combining delivery of government priorities with capacity building. The mining sector is one of the…Continue
Added by Charles Young on January 15, 2013 at 16:29 — No Comments
This weeks Mining Weekly cover story discusses online mining cadastre portals.
Spatial Dimension is pleased to announce that Kumba Iron Ore and the Ministry of Mines, Petroleum and Energy of Côte d’Ivoire have recently joined the global FlexiCadastre user community.
“It is with great pleasure that we welcome Kumba Iron Ore as our most recent corporate user. The Anglo American Group already use FlexiCadastre in a number of their business units and the implementation within Kumba will allow Anglo American to further benefit from a consistent approach to…Continue
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