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Research outputs: NATURAL RESOURCES
The purpose of this policy brief is to identify the shortcomings of the Minerals Amendment Bill (2015) of Zimbabwe and to make recommendatio...Download this report
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2015 Natural resources for socio-economic development in Africa: legal governance of extractive industries in Ghana
Oil, gas and mineral discoveries often bring hopes for wealth and better livelihoods, but for most African countries, managing such wealth h...