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The recent Ghana Labour Standards Survey (GLSS-6) has shown that 21.8 per cent, representing 1.9 million children aged between five and 17 years out of the over eight million nationwide population,

Despite a huge potential, the District Mineral Foundation (DMF), instituted with the aim of ensuring benefit sharing for mining-affected people, has several shortfalls on various fronts, finds the

A total of Rs 5,800 crore has been collected from nearly 50 districts in the last two years under a benefit scheme for mining-affected people, according to the latest status report on it released b

Increased violence and corruption in central Africa could be the result of the recent decision by the U.S.

Luanda - A detailed evaluation of the draft law that authorizes the incorporation of the National Society of Agro-Minerals, S.A., is being done on Wednesday by the Cabinet Council, under the guidan

Relying on information on Uganda’s mining cadastre, the report states that the Directorate of Geological Survey and Mines (DGSM) has granted several mining exploration licenses in protected areas

NEW DELHI: The government is considering approaching the Supreme Court to deter power companies from surrendering coal mining projects they have won in auctions for captive use.

There are no coal imports taking place in Chhattisgarh Goverment owned thermal power plants in comlaince with the Center’s directive to use indigenous coal, officials informed.

PANJIM: Close on the heels of the battle of the Sonshi villagers against dust pollution, the Goa State Pollution Control Board (GSPCB) has admitted that iron ore transportation led to pollution in

Indian billionaire Gautam Adani has given the “green light” to the Carmichael mine and rail project, but it will still hinge on its Australian arm, Adani Mining, gaining bank backing for the conten