Uranium Mining Projects In Tanzania: Progress...

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Tatizo lenu hamtaki viongozi wawaongoze, mnataka muwaongoze ninyi. You always come up with so many theories of your own.
Hahahahah! Viongozi nao wanapewa kibano toka kwa wabaka uchumi, wananchi wanaona viongozi wanaibia nchi, viongozi wanaomba misaada then wanakutana na masharti kama hayo (tutakupa dola mil 700 za kujenga miradi ya umeme lakini tupe uranium, dhahabu na ruhusu kampuni zetu kuwekeza kwako). Viongozi wanasema "yes Mr President"!
 
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Wenye uwezo wa kufukua hii mikataba watujuze. Mi naona tumeshaingizwa mjini tayari. Kama haya mambo ni ya tangu 2007!
 
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naona hii thread ni ya zamani; lakini kwa sasa inabidi tusome katikati ya mistari.
Marekani ina interest gani katika TZ? Mara Bush, mara sijui nani, na sasa clinton!!
sisi tunaambulia vyandarua!!
 
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Atomic signs letter of intent to acquire Tanzanian property package
Wednesday October 3, 9:45 am ET


TSX-V: ATL FRG: MJ7
VANCOUVER, Oct. 3 /CNW Telbec/ - Atomic Minerals Ltd. (TSX-V: ATL - News; "Atomic" or the "Company") is pleased to announce that it has signed an amended letter of intent (the "Amended LOI") with Geo Can Resources Company Ltd. ("Geo Can") to almost double the size of the land package in the United Republic of Tanzania to be subject to an option agreement (the "Option"), which the Company originally announced by news release dated July 25, 2007. The Amended LOI will permit Atomic to acquire under the Option up to a 90% interest in a land package now totalling approximately to over 1.45 million square acres (the "Property") divided into 10 separate licenses (the "Licenses"). The two companies have agreed to negotiate the Option based on the Amended LOI by November 15, 2007 subject to the results of Atomic's due diligence on the Property (including the preparation of a title opinion and a Technical Report pursuant to National Instrument 43-101) and TSX Venture Exchange ("TSX-V") approval.

The additional property which was added to those included in the original package are also located in southwestern Tanzania and are considered to be part of the Malawi Extension based on the location of the Property relative to blocks earmarked as potentially favourable for uranium enrichment. Other mining companies exploring in the area include Paladin Resources (Malawi), Universal Exploration and Western Metals (both in Tanzania). Located just 60 km from Atomics property PL4514 is Paladin's, Kayelekera Project. This project has a current resource of over 25,000,000 pounds of U3O8, and due to go into production in late 2008.

See Map http://atomicminerals.com/projects/tanzania/asp

In addition to the non-refundable deposit of US$65,000 which the Company already paid Geo Can on July 25th, Atomic paid Geo Can US$300,000 on execution of the Amended LOI as well as reimbursing Geo Can for land registration fees of US$42,000. The Option will still be for a term of four years and will include the following terms, all subject to TSX-V approval:


1) Atomic will make cash payments and issue common shares to Geo Can as
follows:

a) On closing of the Option Agreement (the "Closing"), US$300,000
and 800,000 common shares;
b) On the first anniversary of Closing, US$850,000 and
850,000 common shares;
c) On the second anniversary of Closing, US$1,050,000 and
1,050,000 common shares;
d) On the third anniversary of Closing, US$1,250,000 and
1,250,000 common shares; and
e) On the fourth anniversary of Closing, US$1,500,000 and
1,500,000 common shares.

Atomic may still elect to pay up to 75% of the value of the Atomic common
shares to be issued to Geo Can in cash on the same terms as were announced in
our July 25th news release. Atomic may also elect to exercise its option to
acquire 90% of any one or more Licenses within 90 days of any anniversary of
Closing. If Atomic so elects, it will pay the pro rata portion (based on the
number of square acres of the chosen Licenses) of all remaining cash and
common share payments, subject to the following deductions depending upon the
anniversary of Closing on which the election is made:

On or Before the First Anniversary of Closing: 50% deduction
On or Before the Second Anniversary of Closing: 30% deduction
On or Before the Third Anniversary of Closing: 10% deduction

The cash and share payments as well as the exploration requirements (see
(number sign)2 below) on the remaining unexercised Licenses will be reduced pro rata to
account for the Licenses on which Atomic exercised the option.

2) Atomic may elect to purchase the remaining 10% interest of any
Licenses at the following times and for the amounts per acre of land
in such License set out below:

a) On or before the first anniversary of Closing: US$1 per acre;
b) On or before the second anniversary of Closing: US$1.50 per acre;
c) On or before the third anniversary of Closing: US$2.00 per acre;
and
d) On or before the fourth anniversary of Closing: US$2.50 per acre.

3) Atomic must incur yearly minimum exploration expenditures on the
Property as follows:

a) By the first anniversary of Closing, US$350,000;
b) By the second anniversary of Closing, US$400,000;
c) By the third anniversary of Closing, US$600,000; and
d) By the fourth anniversary of Closing, US$750,000.

The Property will also be subject to a 2% NSR royalty, which Atomic may buy out at any time for US$5 million. In any year following Closing, Atomic may, on its election, surrender its interest in any one or more Licenses provided that the number of square acres of the Licenses surrendered in such year may not exceed 20% of the total square acreage of the Property. Upon surrender of any License, all rights thereto will immediately revert to Geo Can, and the remaining annual payments of cash and common shares set out under (number sign)1 below above will be reduced on a pro rata basis per acre of land surrendered.
About Atomic

Atomic Minerals has filed a Notice of Intent (see our news release dated September 25, 2007) to begin drilling on portions of the 932 claims it holds on the Dolores Anticline of southwestern Colorado. It has additionally secured another 1585 claims of the Anticline under a LOI (see our news release dated June 11, 2007). The total land package in Colorado will include over 2500 claims in the Dolores Anticline and 3 properties totalling 362 claims in Grand County, Colorado. The Dolores Anticline remains as one of the last salt anticlines of the Uravan Minerals Belt and Paradox Basin to be explored for uranium.


"Warren McIntyre"

Warren McIntyre
President and Chief Executive Officer
Atomic Minerals Ltd.


The TSX Venture Exchange Inc. does not accept responsibility for the
adequacy or accuracy of this press release.

Hakuna atakae faidika zaidi ya viongozi tu,maana Tanzania hatuna hatakichwa 1 mpaka leo aliye somea tecnog ya nyuklia ni uwongo mtupu hii ni kwaajili ya USA ndio maana hawaishi kuja hapa na kutuaidi umeme wa uhakika kwasababu ya hii.
 
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[h=2]`Risky` uranium project gets nod[/h]


By Florian Kaijage



24th July 2011







The mining of uranium deposits in Namtumbo District, Ruvuma Region, will continue as planned despite the growing outcry at both local and international levels, The Guardian on Sunday has learnt. According to Preliminary Feasibility Study conducted by Mantra Tanzania Limited, a total of £65.5 million of uranium have been found, with a lifespan of the mine expected to last for 12 years.

The government plans to mine the precious but risky minerals effective 2012 look to gain fresh impetus amid increased domestic and international campaigns against the proposed projects.

Following what Mantra described as the completion of the Pre Social and Environmental Impact Assessments approved by the National Environmental Management Council, the company has applied for a Special Mining Licence from the Ministry of Energy and Minerals.

But alarmed by the famous Selous Game Reserve, Unesco and local activists have strongly opposed the move to mine uranium along Mkuju River in the southern region of Ruvuma.
Selous Game Reserve is one of the seven World Heritage Sites, which the United Republic of Tanzania inscribed to Unesco in 1982.

Both local and international activists fear that since uranium is a toxic mineral, it's mining along Mkuju area could heavily devastate Selous as well as the nearby communities if not well managed.

However, Mantra Tanzania Country Manager, Assa Mwaipopo, defended the project recently when he briefed President Kikwete about the proposed uranium mining, saying there wouldn't be any impacts to the environment as well as the communities around the area.

In his report, Mwaipopo claimed that the project would inject $450 million to the Tanzania economy as Foreign Direct Investment, plus creating a total of 4500 jobs.

In return, the project would earn about $3 billion in export of uranium during the lifespan of the mine whereby Tanzania would get an estimated $630 million as royalties, income tax and Pay As You Earn.
This, according to Mwaipopo, is a huge economic gain that should among other things justify the construction of the uranium mine in Namtumbo District.

Few weeks ago there were in-camera discussions between the former Russian Prime Minister, Sergey Kiriyenko with the top government leadership, in Dar es Salaam, whereby the government promised to ensure that the mining continued as planned.

Kiriyenko is one the top officials of the Russian national body responsible for Nuclear Energy.
The real fact is that Sergey VladilenovichKiliyenko, aged 48, is the Head of Russian state nuclear energy corporation commonly known as Rosatom and jetted in using a private plane.

Uranium is the major raw material for nuclear energy and Russia remains one of the developed countries still embracing the nuclear power for various purposes such as electricity.
The direct connection of Kiriyenko's visit to Tanzania is that the body he heads, Rosatom through its subsidiary, SC Atomredmetzoto ARMZ Uranium Holding Co., is the current owner of assets formerly owned by Mantra Resources, the Australian firm conducting a survey and related feasibility study in the country before the mining activities could take off.

There are three proposed key uranium projects countrywide namely Bahi North in Dodoma region, Manyoni in Singida and Mkuju River situated in Tunduru district, Ruvuma region.
The Mkuju River Uranium project has estimated resources of 101.4 million pounds (24 million Kilograms) of uranium oxide concentrate, about 77 per cent of global mined output in 2010.
The country is estimated to have a total deposit of 54 million kilograms of Uranium Oxide.
It is reported that Kiriyenko met President Kikwete in Dar es Salaam and other top government officials such as Prime Minister, Mizengo Pinda in Dodoma during a brief visit in the political capital on Friday July 15.

This development comes at a time when official opposition in the Parliament urged the government last week to suspend the entire ongoing process for mining the Uranium until basic preparation are observed to ensure proper ownership, benefits and security.

Shadow minister for Energy and Minerals, John Mnyika told the House that the government had failed to correct the required revenues from the ownership change of Mantra Resources Ltd to Rosatom.
‘We are informed that the transactions was at a tune of $1.16 million which is more that than 2bn shillings, if the government had charged 30 percent from that amount the country could have earned 600 billion shillings which is bigger than the entire budget allocation for ministry of Energy an Minerals, this is a shame' noted Mnyika.

He added: "We are disappointed by the government decision to carry on with the advanced process on the exploration and mining of Uranium without proper preparations on policy formulation, enactment of law and the relevant regulation as well as institutionalisation, this poses risk on revenues and national security."

On the other hand, the Member of Parliament for Bahi constituency Omary Badwel told the House that the people he represents were not ready to see the process of mining uranium pushed forward while no education was given to the residents of the area so as to be aware of their fate and the challenges accompanying uranium mining.

Badwel said since 2007 the government promised to conduct such education but nothing had been done to date.

While the Bahi projects are facing opposition from residents, the planned uranium mine at Mkuju River, estimated to be worth $400m is strongly opposed by domestic and international environmentalists and conservationists as it is inside Selous Game reserve, home to elephants, cheaters and other wild animals and is listed as one of the world's heritage sites.

The government has a concrete plan to alter the boundaries of the game reserve by allocating 345 square kilometers of land for the projected uranium project. The land is 0.69 percent of the total Game Reserve land.
The Minister for Natural Resources and Tourism, Ezekiel Maige, on his return from the meeting in Paris last June, said that government had sought approval from world heritage body, UNESCO, to re-demarcate the territory of the Selous Game Reserve, in order to set up the uranium mine.

UNESCO, which remains highly cautious over the project's adherence to environmental standards, is expected to send its senior scientists to visit Selous in the next few weeks and eventually give out their recommendations which could lead to approval or otherwise.

The Selous Game Reserve uranium mine project is expected to have an average annual gross turnover of $250 million for 15 years,
According to minister Maige, the Selous would benefit from an expected income of $5-million as annual fees from the miners.
However, Deputy Minister for Trade and Industries, Lazaro Nyalandu told this paper that there was no way Uranium mines could take off without satisfying information on project's impact on environment.
"Uranium is a very sensitive mineral mainly due to it nature of radiations thus necessitating for proper arrangement and internationally recognised scientific and environmental approvals before the project commences, I am sure government can not ignore this," he explained.



SOURCE: GUARDIAN ON SUNDAY
 
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[h=2]`Risky` uranium project gets nod[/h]

By Florian Kaijage

24th July 2011

Mwaipopo claimed that the project would inject $450 million to the Tanzania economy as Foreign Direct Investment, plus creating a total of 4500 jobs.

In return, the project would earn about $3 billion in export of uranium during the lifespan of the mine whereby Tanzania would get an estimated $630 million as royalties, income tax and Pay As You Earn.
This, according to Mwaipopo, is a huge economic gain that should among other things justify the construction of the uranium mine in Namtumbo District.

Shadow minister for Energy and Minerals, John Mnyika told the House that the government had failed to correct the required revenues from the ownership change of Mantra Resources Ltd to Rosatom.
‘We are informed that the transactions was at a tune of $1.16 million which is more that than 2bn shillings, if the government had charged 30 percent from that amount the country could have earned 600 billion shillings which is bigger than the entire budget allocation for ministry of Energy an Minerals, this is a shame' noted Mnyika.

SOURCE: GUARDIAN ON SUNDAY

There is a a great deal of distortion of facts in this article. For example, the deal between Rosatom and Mantra resources is worth $1.2 Billion and not just $1.2 Million.


Is someone deliberately trying to conceal critical information or is it just a minor typo? if the latter is the case then the revenue to the Tanzania government should be ten times the stated amount Tshs 600 Billion ---> Tshs 6 Trillion.


BTW: It does not make sense for Rosatom to acquire Mantra at $ 1.2 Billion just to make $ 3 Billion throughout the life span of the mine!


I smell Jairo....


For further info wrt the Rosatom acquisition of Mantra please follow the link below:

Rosatom Agrees to Buy Mantra for $1.2 Billion to Gain Uranium in Tanzania - Bloomberg
 
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New Uranium Mining Projects - Tanzania
(last updated 9 Nov 2011)
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Tanzania
General • Mkuju River (Mantra Res.) • Mkuju (Uranex) • Manyoni

In Tanzania, uranium prospection and exploration is being performed by Uranex NL, Omegacorp Ltd, Mantra Resources Ltd, Uranium Resources plc , Indago Resources Ltd , Sabre Resources Ltd , Uranium Hunter Corporation , Trimark Explorations Ltd., IBI Corporation , Gambaro Resources, Douglas Lake Minerals Inc. , Canaco Resources Inc. , Sub-Sahara Resources NL , East Africa Resources Ltd , Tanganyika Uranium Corp. , Troll Mining Ltd, Jacana Resources Ltd , Globe Metals & Mining Ltd , Atomic Minerals Ltd , Universal Power Corp.

Central Iron Ore Ltd , VIPR Industries Inc. , Minergy Tanzania Ltd (Mauritius), Peak Resources Ltd , Kinti Mining Ltd , Kilimanjaro Mining Company, Inc. , Edenville Energy Plc , Japan Oil, Gas and Metal National Corporation
Uranium mining in Tanzania is being opposed by Civil Education is the Solution for Poverty and Environmental Management (CESOPE)

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U.S. law firm sends environmental expert to Tanzania to help set up uranium mining regulations: John Englert, a partner at the Downtown law firm K&L Gates who specializes in environmental issues, spent more than a week in the African nation of Tanzania last month providing free legal advice to government officials on environmental issues related to mining its vast uranium resources.

"We had a substantial number of participants from government who weren't lawyers," he said. "They had little understanding of uranium and why it should be regulated differently than gold." "When you mine uranium and pull the uranium from the ground, what is left remains radioactive and must be handled a certain way to avoid exposure to radiation and the spread of contamination," Mr. Englert said.

Because of uranium's slow decay rate, "This must be done for thousands of years. There are long-term implications to this type of mining." (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Nov. 7, 2011)
20,000 signatures against uranium mining handed over to Tanzanian embassy in Germany: On Sep. 2, 2011, 20,000 signatures against uranium mining in Tanzania were handed over to the embassy of Tanzania in Berlin. The signatures were collected in Germany by NGOs uranium-network.org , Rettet den Regenwald , tanzania-network.de , and NABU International . (NABU International Naturschutzstiftung Sep. 2, 2011)
Motion against uranium mining to be tabled in parliament: An MP expects to table a private motion in the October Bunge [National Assembly] session to block extraction of uranium in the country.

Mr Tindu Lissu, the Singida East MP (Chama Cha Demokrasia na Maendeleo, Chadema), said his decision follows a petition signed by over 3,000 wananchi [people] from Bahi District in Dodoma and Manyoni in Singida which he had received. He said they decided to write the petition, which he expects to table as a private motion, after learning that the government has granted a license for uranium extraction in their area to Mantra Resources Limited.

He said the petition was signed last Saturday (July 16) in Bahi after launching of the economic and social effects of uranium report. He said a team of activists conducted a research to find out the effect of uranium extraction. (The Citizen July 20, 2011)
Tanzania "eyeing the world's biggest uranium producer slot":

When opening the new offices of the Tanzania Atomic Energy Commission in Arusha, President Jakaya Kikwete said Tanzania was eyeing the world's biggest uranium producer slot. "If all the reserves we have are fully exploited, Tanzania can become the seventh leading uranium producers in the world," said Kikwete.

Already Mantra Resources and a Russian firm ARMZ have entered into a joint venture to mine uranium. Tanzania has so far confirmed the presence of multiple thick zones of sandstone-hosted uranium mineralisation at shallow depths at the Nyota Prospect. An Inferred Mineral Resource of 35.9 million pounds (U3O8) [13,808 t U] has been estimated for the Prospect, Kikwete said this initial resource estimate is based on drilling that covers only a small part of the total area of the Prospect, and the potential exists to substantially grow the resource base with ongoing work. (The East African May 2, 2011)

Japanese Company signs mineral exploration deal with Tanzania: A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between Japan Oil, Gas and Metal National Corporation (JOGMEC) and the Geological Survey of Tanzania (GST) will see the two institutions join efforts to explore and assess mineral resources in the country.

Minister of Energy and Minerals William Ngeleja noted that a big portion of Tanzania had not been geologically surveyed; areas that are mostly in the Southern parts of the country, saying that there are a lot of mineral resources that have not yet been discovered. "Preliminary studies in these areas have revealed abundant alluvial gold deposits in the Mbwemkuru River Basin, nickel occurrences in Nachingwea, uranium occurrences in Namtumbo district and various gemstones in the Mhuwesi River Basin," he explained. (Daily News Dec. 7, 2010)

Areva eyes Tanzanian uranium: French energy group Areva is interested in developing Tanzania's uranium deposits, a senior executive told Reuters. Tanzania has at least 54 million pounds of uranium oxide [20,769 t U] deposits and expects to start mining some of it by 2011. (Reuters May 7, 2010)

Tanzania to develop uranium deposits: In the wake of encouraging surveys of the country's uranium deposits, Tanzania's government is developing a policy on nuclear energy. Dar es Salaam Daily News reported on July 24 that Tanzania's Minister of Communications, Science and Technology Professor Peter Msolla said the country's rich uranium deposits in Dodoma and Ruvuma will be developed to allow the country to generate electricity [!]. (UPI July 24, 2009)

Uranium extraction in Tanzania to start in 2011: Tanzania plans to start uranium extraction in three years, according to Energy and Minerals minister, William Ngeleja. (Tanzania Guardian March 21, 2009)

Mkuju River project (Mantra Res.), Namtumbo district, Ruvuma Region
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Atomredmetzoloto applies for mining licence at Mkuju River project: An Australian firm [ehm, well, 100% owned by Russia's Atomredmetzoloto since June 7, 2011], Mantra Tanzania, is seeking a licence to start mining uranium in the country. The environmental and social impact assessment (ESIA) has just been completed and the reports have been submitted to the National Environmental Management Council .
The firm has been conducted prospecting activities at the Mkuju River area in Ruvuma region.

Mantra country manager Asa Mwaipopo said extensive exploration has identified a significant and world-class uranium deposit at the Mkuju River. There is mineable ore reserve base of 65.5 million pounds [25,200 t U] which can support an average annual production of 4.2 million pounds [1,600 t U] over a minimum 12 year mine life. (The Citizen Reporter) (The Citizen Oct. 26, 2011)

House Committee: Stop uranium exploration in Selous Game Reserve: The Parliamentary Committee on Lands, Natural Resources and Environment has advised the government to suspend uranium exploration in Selous Game Reserve because majority of Tanzanians do not know how they are going to benefit from the project. The project is being implemented by Mantra Resources Tanzania Limited.

They raised the concern yesterday at a seminar on uranium mining in Dar es Salaam after visiting the mining site in the Selous last week. The MPs also said that if implemented the minerals are likely to have a great impact on the wild animals adding that as a result the government would lose a lot of tourism income. Citing the number of mining projects which Tanzanians have not directly benefited from, they said time for uranium extraction is not ripe yet. (The Guardian Oct. 24, 2011)

Selous Game Reserve may be declared a "World Heritage Site in Danger," if the Tanzanian government approves uranium mining: One of Tanzania's UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the Selous Game Reserve, may be declared a "World Heritage Site in Danger," should the Tanzanian government continue to recklessly pursue plans to open up a Uranium mine and build a dam at Stiegler's Gorge, it was learned yesterday. (eTN Aug 23, 2011)

Tanzanian minister calls World Heritage Committee an "insignificant entity from which we cannot take orders": The World Heritage Committee of Unesco has warned Tanzania against plans to mine uranium and undertake oil exploration in the Selous Game Reserve. It said the move would constitute a clear case for inscribing the game reserve on the list of World Heritage in Danger. But Natural Resources and Tourism minister Ezekiel Maige told The Citizen yesterday that the World Heritage Committee was an "insignificant entity from which we cannot take orders". (The Citizen July 17, 2011)

Selous Game Reserve cannot remain a World Heritage Site if the Tanzanian government gives go-ahead for mining, renowned conservationist says: Dr Rolf D. Baldus , a wildlife conservationist who has worked in the Selous Game Reserve for 13 years, and is regarded as one of the major authorities on the reserve, said there was general agreement that no mining activities may be conducted in a World Heritage Site.�"The Selous cannot remain a World Heritage Site if the Tanzanian government gives the go-ahead for mining to start within the property," said Dr Baldus in a statement made available The Citizen.

Dr Baldus, who has authored or edited about 60 publications on the Selous Game Reserve, said Tanzania had not provided an environmental impact analysis (EIA) for the projects in the Selous. "It is a good Tanzanian tradition that public investments and projects with major ecological consequences are either not subjected to EIAs at all or the EIAs provided are sub-standard and of unacceptable quality. Mostly they seem to have been written just in order to justify the government decision. The recently planned Serengeti highway was such an example," he said. (The Citizen July 17, 2011)

World Heritage Committee refers decision to revise the boundaries of Selous Game Reserve for uranium mining: On July 7, 2011, the World Heritage Committee "decided to refer the proposed minor modification to the boundaries of the Selous Game Reserve submitted by the Government of Tanzania. The Committee decides to refer a nomination back to the State Party to request that additional information may be provided, and the nomination resubmitted to the following Committee session for examination.

This additional time should allow Tanzania to complete the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) process and to also allow for adequate time for IUCN to complete its evaluation of the proposed boundary modification, including by sending a mission to the property."
> View WHC release July 7, 2011

Atomredmetzoloto/Uranium One to mine uranium in the UN World Heritage site Selous Game Reserve: Tanzania will go ahead with plans to mine uranium in the UN World Heritage site Selous Game Reserve , the natural resources minister has told the BBC. Ezekiel Maige said he told the recent UN World Heritage Centre meeting it would mean the park's size would need to be reduced by less than 1%. The UN body said it would approve the plans, as long as environmental assessments were carried out.

According to the UN cultural organisation Unesco, the 5 million hectare-Selous Game Reserve in the south of Tanzania has large numbers of elephants, black rhinos, cheetahs, giraffes, hippos and crocodiles - and is relatively undisturbed by humans. (BBC Jul. 1, 2011)
Mkuju River uranium mine might become bigger than planned so far: Uranium One is reluctant to discuss details of its development plans for the Mkuju River project in Tanzania until an updated feasibility study is published early next year, but CEO Chris Sattler indicated on Tuesday (June 21) that production levels will likely be somewhere between five-million and seven-million pounds [1,900 and 2,700 t U] a year.

The project could produce an average of 4.2-million pounds a year of yellowcake [1,600 t U/a], at costs of $22/lb, according to a May feasibility study completed by Mantra. Uranium One has said it expects to build a bigger project, although it has not provided any specific numbers. (Mining Weekly June 22, 2011)

Uranium One becomes operator at Mkuju River Project: On June 7, 2011, Uranium One Inc. announced that its 51% shareholder, JSC Atomredmetzoloto, has completed the acquisition of Mantra Resources Ltd.

Uranium One also announced that it has now become operator of Mantra's Mkuju River Project in Tanzania, pursuant to an operating agreement entered into on June 6, 2011 between Uranium One, ARMZ and Mantra.

Positive Definitive Feasibility Study announced for Phase 1 development of Nyota prospect: On May 6, 2011, Mantra Resources Ltd announced the completion of the Phase 1 Definitive Feasibility Study for the company's Nyota Prospect, part of the wholly owned Mkuju River Project in
Tanzania, "which confirms the robust technical and economic viability of the Project and demonstrates that Nyota will be a low cost, near term uranium producer".

The study assumes an annual production of 4.2 million pounds of U3O8 [1,615 t U] during steady state operation, based on average annual throughput of 5.2 million tonnes of ore at an average grade of 437 ppm U3O8 [0.037% U], with an initial mine life of 12 years (including ramp up and ramp down) for Phase 1, with potential to increase further.
> Calculate Nyota Prospect mine feasibility

Russia acquires owner of Mkuju River uranium project: Rosatom Corp., Russia's nuclear holding company, agreed to buy Mantra Resources Ltd. for A$1.16 billion ($1.15 billion), giving it the Australian-based company's Tanzanian assets. Rosatom, through its ARMZ Uranium Holding Co. subsidiary, will buy Perth-based Mantra for A$8 a share, a 5.5 percent premium to its last trading price before the shares were halted prior to the takeover announcement today. The all-cash offer is subject to Australian regulatory approval, the companies said in a statement. Buying Mantra will give Rosatom the Mkuju River project in Tanzania and add to its controlling stake in Canada's Uranium One Inc. that it purchased in June. (Bloomberg Dec. 15, 2010)

It is expected that the Mkuju River uranium project in Namtumbo district, Ruvuma Region, will start production this year. Mantra Tanzania Limited is developing the project which is in advanced stage. Speaking in Namtumbo over the weekend, the Mantra Tanzania managing director, Mr Tony Devlin said that the development of the project, whose feasibility study was completed in March this year, is progressing well. He said that on completion, the mine has the potential of producing over 1,650 tonnes of uranium oxide [1,400 t U] a year.

Under this rate, he said, Tanzania will be in the list of eight largest producers of uranium oxide in the world. (The Citizen Sep. 6, 2010)
On Mar. 1, 2010, Mantra Resources Limited announced that the Pre-Feasibility Study for the Company's Nyota Prospect, part of the wholly owned Mkuju River Project in Tanzania, has confirmed the technical and economic viability of the Project and its capacity to operate with strong cash margins. A Definitive Feasibility Study is to commence immediately, targeting completion by the end of 2010.

Uranium mining company Mantra Resources Ltd (Mantra) of South Africa has been given the go ahead by the Tanzania government to mine uranium after it met all environmental conditions as mandated by the National Environment Management Council . Mantra expects to complete a pre-feasibility study anytime now, ahead of the awarding and commencement of a full feasibility study. The drilling programmes are scheduled to be concluded by December and will be followed by a revised resource estimate expected to be completed in the first quarter of 2010. (The East African Sep. 14, 2009)

"Mantra Tanzania Limited is expected to start mining uranium by 2012," Minister William Ngeleja said in a speech to parliament. (Reuters July 26, 2009)

On June 17, 2009, Mantra Resources Limited announced that the Scoping Study for its wholly owned Nyota Prospect, part of the Mkuju River Project in Tanzania, has confirmed the technical and economic viability of the Project and its capacity to operate with strong cash margins. A Pre-Feasibility Study is now underway.

Mkuju uranium project (Uranex)
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On May 18, 2011, Uranex NL announced substantial high grade uranium intersections from initial drilling of the Likuyu North Prospect, part of its 100% owned Mkuju Uranium Project, in Southern Tanzania.

Manyoni project
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Group cautions Tanzanian government over environmental impacts of proposed uranium mining: The Legal and Human Rights Centre (LHRC) is planning to take the government to court should it go ahead with uranium mining projects in Bahi and Manyoni districts in Dodoma and regions respectively. The LHRC cautioned yesterday that it was against the projects because they would lead to serious health and environmental impacts on the people living in the area.

Addressing reporters in Dar es Salaam on behalf of the LHRC executive director, Mr Harold Sungusia, who is LHRC's director of Advocacy and Reforms, said the Centre had established that there would be negative implications after it made a follow up on uranium exploration in the areas said to have reserves of the mineral.

"We don't have to think of relocating people from these areas because we have past experience on how the issue of compensating becomes problematic," said Mr Sungusia, who is the LHRC's director of advocacy and reforms. However, the government has no plan to provide alternative safe residences or compensate the residents of the area when the mining activities begin.

For other areas, apart from the two districts, the government would take prior measures before implementing the mining activities. LHRC said experts must be fully consulted to determine environmental effects in order to identify short and long-term effects associated with uranium mining, noting that the issue of uranium mining should go hand in hand with education regarding effects and benefits of the activities.

LHRC also asked the government to learn from other nations, such as Niger, that have already experienced negative effects of uranium mining. Reached for comment, the deputy minister for Energy and Minerals, Mr Adam Malima, said the mining activities would not have any impact on the people since the minerals would only be produced in their raw form. (The Citizen Aug. 15, 2011)

Legislator recommends to study impacts of proposed uranium mining in Bahi: The government has been advised to carry out a through study and get experience from other countries on the health, social and environmental hazards likely to occur before embarking on uranium extraction in Bahi.

Bahi legislator Omari Badwel gave the advice yesterday during an exclusive interview with a Legal and Human Rights Centre (LHRC) fact finding mission investigating facts on the mineral in Bahi District, Dodoma Region. (The Guardian July 23, 2011)
Costs of proposed uranium mining in the Bahi Swamp area highly likely to exceed benefits, NGO report finds: On July 16, 2011, the group Civil Education is the Solution for Poverty and Environmental Management (CESOPE) released a report about the economical and environmental impacts of the proposed uranium mining in the Bahi Swamp area. The authors "conclude that there is a serious risk and high probability that the costs to the local and Tanzanian economy will by far exceed the benefits".

> Download Economical and ecological research of Bahi Swamp, by Damas K. Mbogoro, Augustino Mwakipesile, and Howard D. Smith (Ed.), Civil Education is the Solution for Poverty and Environmental Management (CESOPE), December 2010, 35 p. (785k PDF, posted with permission)
On Oct. 27, 2009, Uranex NL announced the commencement of the final stage of the Pre-Feasibility Study at its wholly owned Manyoni Uranium Project in central Tanzania following successful additional leach test work and initial results from the 2009 infill drilling programme.

Uranium mining company Uranex has been given the go ahead by the Tanzania government to mine uranium after it met all environmental conditions as mandated by the National Environment Management Council . (The East African Sep. 14, 2009)

"Uranex Tanzania Limited ... expects to start producing the mineral [uranium] in 2011," Minister William Ngeleja said in a speech to parliament. (Reuters July 26, 2009)

On June 10, 2009, Uranex NL, once again, announced the commencement of the Pre-Feasibility Study for its Manyoni Project in Central Tanzania. The study now is scheduled for completion by December 2009.

Uranex NL may start operating a mine in Tanzania's central Bahi region within two years, Chief Executive Officer John Wilfred Cottle said. Studies conducted at Manyoni, about 80 kilometers west of the capital, Dodoma, in the Bahi region show an inferred resource estimate of 6,900 metric tons of uranium oxide, Cottle said in an interview today in the commercial capital, Dar es Salaam. "These are very shallow deposits so we expect it to be low-cost and relatively simple to process," Cottle said. "We would like to start producing in that region in 2010." (Bloomberg Oct. 7, 2008)

On Aug. 20, 2008, Uranex NL announced the commencement of a pre-feasibility study on the Bahi uranium project in central Tanzania. The study is to be completed by December 2008.
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.... Mijadala mingi ya muhimu kwa mustakbali wa taifa letu hazipewi kipaumbele au kwa makusudi hazijadliwi na kuifanya Tanzania kuendelea kuibiwa rasilimali zetu na wachache walioko madarakani...

Imethibitika kuwa kizazi kilichoko madarakani kimeshindwa kulinda rasilimali za nchi yetu... natoa wito wa kuichia vizazi vijavyo kwakuwa sisi tumeshindwa katika kila nyanja...

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Ingekuwa vizuri kama tungejitutumua na kuisoma hii article vizuri. Madhara ya Uranium ni makubwa sana na hayatoweki kihivyo. Vizazi na vizazi vitaathirika kama makosa yatafanyika. Na kwa nchi kama yetu yenye uongozi dhaifu tuko kwenye hatari ya kukaribisha hii balaa tukiona macho. Judge Bomani ameonya sana haraka inayofanywa na serikali kwenye uchimbaji wa hii uranium. Hatuna uelewa wa kutosha wa uranium, hatuna sera madhubuti, hatuna sheria!

Mbunge wa Bahi (CCM) alisimama bungeni wakati akitoa mchango kwenye bunge la bajeti mwaka huu ni kukashifu sana jitihada zinazofanywa na Lissu. Sijui kama huyu mbunge wa Bahi anajua hatari inayoweza kuwapata wapiga kura wake?

Na wamarekani walisivyokuwa na utu, wametuvuruga kabisa kila kukicha wanataka tuongee malaraia na HIV/AIDS wakati huo huo wakiwanywesha wakubwa chai ili wapate uranium. Kuna haja ya kuwa na 'intellectual debate' itakayolazimisha serikali kuweka wazi nini kinafanyika, kwa faida gani na usimamizi ukoje au kwa maana nyingine usalama kwa raia ukoje dhidi ya madhara yatokanayo na uranium.
 
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Ingekuwa vizuri kama tungejitutumua na kuisoma hii article vizuri. Madhara ya Uranium ni makubwa sana na hayatoweki kihivyo. Vizazi na vizazi vitaathirika kama makosa yatafanyika. Na kwa nchi kama yetu yenye uongozi dhaifu tuko kwenye hatari ya kukaribisha hii balaa tukiona macho. Judge Bomani ameonya sana haraka inayofanywa na serikali kwenye uchimbaji wa hii uranium. Hatuna uelewa wa kutosha wa uranium, hatuna sera madhubuti, hatuna sheria!

Mbunge wa Bahi (CCM) alisimama bungeni wakati akitoa mchango kwenye bunge la bajeti mwaka huu ni kukashifu sana jitihada zinazofanywa na Lissu. Sijui kama huyu mbunge wa Bahi anajua hatari inayoweza kuwapata wapiga kura wake?

Na wamarekani walisivyokuwa na utu, wametuvuruga kabisa kila kukicha wanataka tuongee malaraia na HIV/AIDS wakati huo huo wakiwanywesha wakubwa chai ili wapate uranium. Kuna haja ya kuwa na 'intellectual debate' itakayolazimisha serikali kuweka wazi nini kinafanyika, kwa faida gani na usimamizi ukoje au kwa maana nyingine usalama kwa raia ukoje dhidi ya madhara yatokanayo na uranium.
FJM,

Kuna haja kweli ya kuwalaumu wamericani kwa hili?

Mimi nadhani ni sisi wenyewe ndiyo tunatakiwa kujipanga kufanya uchambuzi wa kina kuhusu Uranium. Hii ni pamoja na kuwatembelea nchi wozoefu ambao tayari wanachimba madini haya. Kwa kufanya hivi tutajenga ufahamu wa kutosha utakaotuwezesha kuweka taratibu na sheria makini zitakazoweza kusimamia uchimbaji wa Uranium.

Tuamke tuanzishe NGOs kuelimisha wananchi madhara yanayotokana na sumu za migodi kwa mfano hiyo Uranium na hata pia Cyanide. Nadhani tumejikita sana kwenye miradi ya Malaria na HIV/AIDS kwa sababu kuna mafungu ya pesa na yanaweza kutoka kirahisi.
 
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Ingekuwa vizuri kama tungejitutumua na kuisoma hii article vizuri. Madhara ya Uranium ni makubwa sana na hayatoweki kihivyo. Vizazi na vizazi vitaathirika kama makosa yatafanyika. Na kwa nchi kama yetu yenye uongozi dhaifu tuko kwenye hatari ya kukaribisha hii balaa tukiona macho. Judge Bomani ameonya sana haraka inayofanywa na serikali kwenye uchimbaji wa hii uranium. Hatuna uelewa wa kutosha wa uranium, hatuna sera madhubuti, hatuna sheria!

Mbunge wa Bahi (CCM) alisimama bungeni wakati akitoa mchango kwenye bunge la bajeti mwaka huu ni kukashifu sana jitihada zinazofanywa na Lissu. Sijui kama huyu mbunge wa Bahi anajua hatari inayoweza kuwapata wapiga kura wake?

Na wamarekani walisivyokuwa na utu, wametuvuruga kabisa kila kukicha wanataka tuongee malaraia na HIV/AIDS wakati huo huo wakiwanywesha wakubwa chai ili wapate uranium. Kuna haja ya kuwa na 'intellectual debate' itakayolazimisha serikali kuweka wazi nini kinafanyika, kwa faida gani na usimamizi ukoje au kwa maana nyingine usalama kwa raia ukoje dhidi ya madhara yatokanayo na uranium.
Siasa imekuwa kama ni mkusanyiko wa watu vilaza vile...Oooops, stand to be corrected as some guys by virtue of holding the public offices, are given Phd almost every month.
 
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Jamani kabla ya kujibu. Jaribuni kusoma kwanza. South Africa walikuwa na program za ulinzi na za power. Walizo-decomission ni zile za matumizi ya ulinzi lakini Nuclear Reactors kwa matumizi ya umeme wanazo lakini utoaji wake wa umeme ni 6%. Na kuna mipango ya kuongeza uzalishaji huo.

Nuclear Power in South Africa | South African Nuclear Energy - World Nuclear Association


Kuhusu mada ya Tanzania kuwa na Nuclear Reactors za umeme kuna uwezekano tena mkubwa. Lakini ni lazima tubadilishe mind-set zetu.

Sasa hivi teknologia ya umeme tuliyonayo ni ya kununua na hakuna research zote zinazofanyika na wataalamu wa mashirika hayo.

Kwa upande wa Nuclear ni lazima kwanza tume na taasisi za utafiti na watu waliobobea katika masuala hayo(brain power) na wenye kulipwa vizuri. Tatizo linalokuja ni kuwa priority za mambo ya research nzito hazipo kwenye makaratasi ya serikali.

Hakuna nchi yoyote dunia yenye vinu vya Nuclear na ikawa itategemea watu wenye digrii ya kwanza kuendesha mitambo hiyo.

Nawashauri watanzania tusithubutu na wala tusiwe na mawazo au njozi za kutumia hiyo resource yetu yanuclear ambayo mwenyeezi Mungu ametujalia kuwa nayo katika ku generate energy wenyewe. Tuangalie nchi ambazo zilikuwa zinasifika au kusadikika kuwa wao ni ma Champions wa nuclear power plants kama Japan (Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant) na warusi (Chernobyl) yaliyo wapata. Nomba kusema hilo kwani hakuna mtu katika ulimwengu ambaye ni mtaalam wa kuzuia maafa ya yanayo sababishwa na Radio active.

Watakao kununua tuwauzie na hela zinazopatikan tuzitumie katika miradi mingine ya maendeleo kwa wananchi kama vile ujenzi wa majengo ya shule ya kisasa na Equipments kama madawati desks za kisasa na Blackboards za kisasa kwenye shule na vyuo vyetu.

Watanzania tunamadini mengi kinacho kosekana ni concepts na plans za serika katika kuwaelimisha watanzania kwa kupeleka wanafunzi wengi nje kusomea processing ya madini yetu na kuwa asists watanzania kupata mikopo ya kunua Tools na mitambo ya kisasa katika kufasilitate uchimbaji mzuri wa hayo madini.

Pia gesi asilia yetu haiko vibaya, tunaweza kutumia hiyo resource katika ku generate umeme ambao unaweze kukidhi mahitaji yetu kwa miaka mingi. Nasikitika watanzania pamoja na neema yote hiyo ya gesi asilia kila sehemu nchini bado tuna tunahangaika na ukosefu wa kitu primitive kama umeme. Tunapoteza hela nyingi kuchukua mikopo ya kuwaomba wageni waje kutuwekea mitabo ya kufua umeme kwa njia ya gesi asilia, I mean Natural gas, kwanini tusiwatumie watalam wetu tulio wasomesha nje na ndani ya nchi wakafanya hiyo planning ya kuweka hiyo mitambo. Electrical, mechanical na civil engineers na ma technicians wetu wanatosha kabisa kuifanya hiyo kazi. Katika ufuaji wa umeme kwa njia ya gasi asilia process yake ni ndogo sana na very primitive.

Tunahitaji upande mmoja a Gas Turbine au Gas engine na upande mwingine a Generator. The Generator and the Gas Turbine au Engine zinaunganishwa kupita shaft. Ga

Gas power plants

http://www.energy.siemens.com/hq/pool/hq/power-generation/gas-turbines/SGT-300/Brochure Gas Turbine SGT-300 for Power Generation.pdf
 
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Nawashauri watanzania tusithubutu na wala tusiwe na mawazo au njozi za kutumia hiyo resource yetu yanuclear ambayo mwenyeezi Mungu ametujalia kuwa nayo katika ku generate energy wenyewe. Tuangalie nchi ambazo zilikuwa zinasifika au kusadikika kuwa wao ni ma Champions wa nuclear power plants kama Japan (Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant) na warusi (Chernobyl) yaliyo wapata. Nomba kusema hilo kwani hakuna mtu katika ulimwengu ambaye ni mtaalam wa kuzuia maafa ya yanayo sababishwa na Radio active.

Watakao kununua tuwauzie na hela zinazopatikan tuzitumie katika miradi mingine ya maendeleo kwa wananchi kama vile ujenzi wa majengo ya shule ya kisasa na Equipments kama madawati desks za kisasa na Blackboards za kisasa kwenye shule na vyuo vyetu.

Watanzania tunamadini mengi kinacho kosekana ni concepts na plans za serika katika kuwaelimisha watanzania kwa kupeleka wanafunzi wengi nje kusomea processing ya madini yetu na kuwa asists watanzania kupata mikopo ya kunua Tools na mitambo ya kisasa katika kufasilitate uchimbaji mzuri wa hayo madini.

Pia gesi asilia yetu haiko vibaya, tunaweza kutumia hiyo resource katika ku generate umeme ambao unaweze kukidhi mahitaji yetu kwa miaka mingi. Nasikitika watanzania pamoja na neema yote hiyo ya gesi asilia kila sehemu nchini bado tuna tunahangaika na ukosefu wa kitu primitive kama umeme. Tunapoteza hela nyingi kuchukua mikopo ya kuwaomba wageni waje kutuwekea mitabo ya kufua umeme kwa njia ya gesi asilia, I mean Natural gas, kwanini tusiwatumie watalam wetu tulio wasomesha nje na ndani ya nchi wakafanya hiyo planning ya kuweka hiyo mitambo. Electrical, mechanical na civil engineers na ma technicians wetu wanatosha kabisa kuifanya hiyo kazi. Katika ufuaji wa umeme kwa njia ya gasi asilia process yake ni ndogo sana na very primitive.

Tunahitaji upande mmoja a Gas Turbine au Gas engine na upande mwingine a Generator. The Generator and the Gas Turbine au Engine zinaunganishwa kupita shaft. Ga

Gas power plants

http://www.energy.siemens.com/hq/pool/hq/power-generation/gas-turbines/SGT-300/Brochure Gas Turbine SGT-300 for Power Generation.pdf
 
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Nawashauri watanzania tusithubutu na wala tusiwe na mawazo au njozi za kutumia hiyo resource yetu yanuclear ambayo mwenyeezi Mungu ametujalia kuwa nayo katika ku generate energy wenyewe. Tuangalie nchi ambazo zilikuwa zinasifika au kusadikika kuwa wao ni ma Champions wa nuclear power plants kama Japan (Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant) na warusi (Chernobyl) yaliyo wapata. Nomba kusema hilo kwani hakuna mtu katika ulimwengu ambaye ni mtaalam wa kuzuia maafa ya yanayo sababishwa na Radio active.

Watakao kununua tuwauzie na hela zinazopatikan tuzitumie katika miradi mingine ya maendeleo kwa wananchi kama vile ujenzi wa majengo ya shule ya kisasa na Equipments kama madawati desks za kisasa na Blackboards za kisasa kwenye shule na vyuo vyetu.

Watanzania tunamadini mengi kinacho kosekana ni concepts na plans za serika katika kuwaelimisha watanzania kwa kupeleka wanafunzi wengi nje kusomea processing ya madini yetu na kuwa asists watanzania kupata mikopo ya kunua Tools na mitambo ya kisasa katika kufasilitate uchimbaji mzuri wa hayo madini.

Pia gesi asilia yetu haiko vibaya, tunaweza kutumia hiyo resource katika ku generate umeme ambao unaweze kukidhi mahitaji yetu kwa miaka mingi. Nasikitika watanzania pamoja na neema yote hiyo ya gesi asilia kila sehemu nchini bado tuna tunahangaika na ukosefu wa kitu primitive kama umeme. Tunapoteza hela nyingi kuchukua mikopo ya kuwaomba wageni waje kutuwekea mitabo ya kufua umeme kwa njia ya gesi asilia, I mean Natural gas, kwanini tusiwatumie watalam wetu tulio wasomesha nje na ndani ya nchi wakafanya hiyo planning ya kuweka hiyo mitambo. Electrical, mechanical na civil engineers na ma technicians wetu wanatosha kabisa kuifanya hiyo kazi. Katika ufuaji wa umeme kwa njia ya gasi asilia process yake ni ndogo sana na very primitive.

Tunahitaji upande mmoja a Gas Turbine au Gas engine na upande mwingine a Generator. The Generator and the Gas Turbine au Engine zinaunganishwa kupita shaft. Ga

Gas power plants

http://www.energy.siemens.com/hq/pool/hq/power-generation/gas-turbines/SGT-300/Brochure Gas Turbine SGT-300 for Power Generation.pdf
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