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Name: The Mining Act, 2010 (Act No. 14/10).
Country: United Republic of Tanzania
Subject(s): Mining and quarrying workers
Type of legislation: Law, Act
Adopted on: 2010-05-20
Entry into force:
ISN: TZA-2010-L-86524
Link: https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/natlex4.detail?p_isn=86524&p_lang=en
Bibliography: Acts and Bills on-line Acts and Bills on-line Parliament of Tanzania PDF PDF (consulted on 2011-05-06)
Abstract/Citation: An Act to re-enact with substantial amendments the provisions that regulate the law relating to prospecting for minerals, mining, processing and dealing in minerals, to granting, renewal and termination of mineral rights, payment of royalties, fees and other charges and any other relevant matters.
In particular section 41(4)(h) which holds that all applications for licences must be accompanied, inter alia, by a proposed plan with respect to the Employment and training of citizens of Tanzania and succession plan for expatriate employees, if any as may be required by the Employment and Labour Relations Act; section 42(1)(d) which holds that the Minister is to take into account the size and nature of the proposed mining operations, the applicant's proposals for the employment and training of citizens of Tanzania and succession plan on expatriate employees and plan for procurement of goods and services available in the United Republic are adequate before granting a licence; section 44(d)(iii) states that a mining licence must contain, inter alia, information on the employment and training of citizens of Tanzania and succession plan, as required by the Employment and Labour Relations Act; section 47(b) states that holders of a special mining licence are to employ and train citizens of Tanzania and implement succession plan on expatriate employees in accordance with his proposals as appended to the special mining licence; section 49(2)(f) states that information on employment must be appended to a mining licnece application; section 72(2) regulates the entitlement to indemnities for employees in case of closer of a mine; section 111(2)(d) regulates insurance to cover indemnities for employees; licencees are also to keep records of the number of persons employed (Schedule one)
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