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Journal Articles For Strengthening Of Regulatory Framework

A Contextual Review of the Ghanaian Small-Scale Mining Industry. Regulatory Framework for Small-scale Mining in Ghana. 21. Contact Information. 24

MINERALS AND MINING POLICY OF GHANA Ensuring mining

Minerals & Mining Policy of Ghana: Ensuring mining contributes to sustainable development. 3 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.0 INTRODUCTION AND POLICY CONTEXT 5 1.1 BACKGROUND INFORMATION 5 1.2 THE EARLY POST INDEPENDENCE PERIOD, UP TO 1983 5 2.0 OVERVIEW OF GHANA’S MINERALS AND MINING SECTOR 8 2.1 Policy Framework and

A Contextual Review of the Ghanaian Small-Scale Mining

Environmental Impact of Small-Scale Mining in Ghana 15 Land Use Disputes Between Large- and Small-scale Miners 18 Regulatory Framework for Small-scale Mining in Ghana 21 Contact Information 24 Background Reading 25 Grey Literature, Reports and Unpublished Studies 25 Journal Articles, Books and Book Chapters 26 Literature Cited 27

MINERALS AND MINING POLICY OF GHANA Regulatory

Minerals & Mining Policy of Ghana 2.0 Overview of Ghana's Minerals and Mining Sector Ghana is well endowed with substantial mineral resources, the major ones being gold, diamonds, manganese and bauxite. Gold is the predominant mineral produced in the country accounting for over 90% of all mineral revenues annually over the past two decades.

Mining and Sustainable Development: The Case of Ghana

LEGAL & REGULATORY FRAMEWORK Government as a partner in sustainable minerals development, provides a legal framework to ensure minimum standards of compliance. The Legislative Framework for mining in Ghana is currently laid down in the Minerals and Mining Act, 2006 (Act 703). Within this Legal Framework, the state is the owner of all

MINERALS AND MINING POLICY OF GHANA Ensuring

Minerals & Mining Policy of Ghana: Ensuring mining contributes to sustainable development. 3 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.0 INTRODUCTION AND POLICY CONTEXT 5 1.1 BACKGROUND INFORMATION 5 1.2 THE EARLY POST INDEPENDENCE PERIOD, UP TO 1983 5 2.0 OVERVIEW OF GHANA’S MINERALS AND MINING SECTOR 8 2.1 Policy Framework

A Contextual Review of the Ghanaian Small-Scale Mining

Environmental Impact of Small-Scale Mining in Ghana 15 Land Use Disputes Between Large- and Small-scale Miners 18 Regulatory Framework for Small-scale Mining in Ghana 21 Contact Information 24 Background Reading 25 Grey Literature, Reports and Unpublished Studies 25 Journal Articles, Books and Book Chapters 26 Literature Cited 27

Mining and Sustainable Development: The Case of Ghana

LEGAL & REGULATORY FRAMEWORK Government as a partner in sustainable minerals development, provides a legal framework to ensure minimum standards of compliance. The Legislative Framework for mining in Ghana is currently laid down in the Minerals and Mining Act, 2006 (Act 703). Within this Legal Framework, the state is the owner of all

Assessment of legal framework for corporate environmental

The paper examines the laws and policies that regulate corporate environmental practices in Ghana, with an emphasis on mining. In particular, the analysis of the legal and regulatory framework examines the extent to which it meets international best practices and standards of corporate conduct and the extent to which self-regulatory mechanisms are accommodated under the framework.

Small-scale mining in Ghana: The government and the

Sep 01, 2012 The laws were then revised under the 2006 Minerals and Mining Act (Ghana Government, 2006). However, Ghana’s small-scale gold industry is no longer being captured within the framework of these laws. Actors are able to easily skirt regulations yet continuing to draw on the market framework and legitimacy the laws provide.

Yaw Mensah: Ghana's mining industry a colossus with feet

Jan 28, 2021 Misgovernance, corruption, bribery and conflicts of interest; from the Agyapa deal, to the recent dissolution of the Inter-Ministerial Committee on Illegal Mining, Ghana’s mining sector is going

Ghana MIning Industry Regulatory Body For Minerals

The main focus of developing a Local Content framework for Ghana’s mining industry is to create local employment and to promote growth of domestic manufacturing. These two aspects, (Human Resource and Goods & Services) of Ghana’s local content framework are supported by the Minerals and Mining Act, 2006 (Act 703) and L.I. 2173, 2012.

New mining bill tightens regulatory framework

The impending new mining law, which will replace Act 730, in place since 2006, will see major tightening of the regulatory framework within which

New mining bill tightens regulatory framework Business

The impending new mining law, which will replace Act 730, in place since 2006, will see major tightening of the regulatory framework within which both exploration and producing firms operate. The Minerals Commission has already completed its proposed amendments, most of which have been endorsed by stakeholder civil society organizations led by the British

Environmental Impacts of Mining: A Study of Mining

Hinde C (2010) Ghana: A supplement to Mining Journal. Mining Journal Special Publication, Ghana. 1-12. In article [28] Iddirisu AY, Tsikata FS (1998) Iddirisu, Mining Sector Development and Environment Project. Regulatory Framework Study to Assist Small Scale Miners. Study prepared for the Minerals Commission.

DRAFT NATIONAL MINING POLICY OF GHANA

National Mining Policy of Ghana 6 mining sector contributed 12.7% of Government revenue, 3.2% of corporate tax and 40% of total merchandise export revenues. In 2009, the sector contributed 7% of Ghana’s total corporate tax earnings, 45% of total export revenues, 19.8% of Government revenues and 6% of GDP.

Impact of illegal mining activities on forest ecosystem

Aug 22, 2019 The Minerals and Mining Act 2006, (Act 703) of Ghana requires all licensed operators to secure environmental impact assessment (EIA) which specifies the environmental safety for any intended mining pro-jects in Ghana. The EIA should be accompanied by land reclamation plan which must indicate among others, how topsoil will be preserved, slopes

The Mining Industry in Ghana: A Blessing or a Curse

The Mining Industry in Ghana: A Blessing or a Curse series of laws and policy measures to create an effective regulatory framework for the mining industry (Akabzaa, International Journal

Analysis of the determinants of foreign direct investment

The factors that determine foreign direct investment (FDI) are important to policy-makers, investors, the banking industry and the public at large. FDI in Ghana has received increased attention in recent times because its relevance in the Ghanaian economy is too critical to gloss over. The purpose of this paper is to examine the determinants of FDI in Ghana between the

Mining and Sustainable Development: The Case of Ghana

LEGAL & REGULATORY FRAMEWORK Government as a partner in sustainable minerals development, provides a legal framework to ensure minimum standards of compliance. The Legislative Framework for mining in Ghana is currently laid down in the Minerals and Mining Act, 2006 (Act 703). Within this Legal Framework, the state is the owner of all

Sustainable development in Ghana's gold mines: Clarifying

May 01, 2019 Journal of Sustainable Mining. Volume 18, Issue 2, May 2019, Pages 77-84. A regulatory framework is required. defects are largely rooted in a lack of common understanding and practice of sustainable development among the various regulatory bodies of Ghana's gold mining activities. This was a particularly worrying trend as regulators are

Small-scale mining in Ghana: The government and the

Sep 01, 2012 The laws were then revised under the 2006 Minerals and Mining Act (Ghana Government, 2006). However, Ghana’s small-scale gold industry is no longer being captured within the framework of these laws. Actors are able to easily skirt regulations yet continuing to draw on the market framework and legitimacy the laws provide.

New mining bill tightens regulatory framework Energy Ghana

The impending new mining law, which will replace Act 730, in place since 2006, will see major tightening of the regulatory framework within which both exploration and producing firms operate. The Minerals Commission has already completed its proposed amendments, most of which have been endorsed by stakeholder civil society organizations led by

GHANA MINING VISION UNDP

mining sector governance in Ghana and the injunction imposed by the AMV has been undertaken from a Social, Technological, Economic, Environment, and Political (STEEP) perspectives as gleaned from two stakeholder meetings organised by the Minerals

Environmental Impacts of Mining: A Study of Mining

Hinde C (2010) Ghana: A supplement to Mining Journal. Mining Journal Special Publication, Ghana. 1-12. In article [28] Iddirisu AY, Tsikata FS (1998) Iddirisu, Mining Sector Development and Environment Project. Regulatory Framework Study to Assist Small Scale Miners. Study prepared for the Minerals Commission.

Political Economy of the Mining Sector in Ghana

1. Ghana has a long history of mineral endowment, which led in colonial times to the country being known as the Gold Coast. Despite being Africa’s second-largest gold producer, modern-day Ghana has experienced disappointing results in translating this mineral wealth into broad economic development. The net impact of Ghana’s mining sector on its

Small-Scale Mining in Africa: Tackling Pressing

Jun 01, 2002 Organization of small-scale mining activities in Ghana.Journal of the South African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy,98(7), 307-310. Google Scholar. (Regulatory framework study to assist small scale miners). Unpublished report prepared for the Minerals Commission, Accra, Ghana.

FINANCIAL SECTOR REGULATORY AND SUPERVISORY

FINANCIAL SECTOR REGULATORY AND SUPERVISORY FRAMEWORK IN GHANA Mohammed Inusah ABDALLAH Lecturer, Department of Accountancy, Tamale Polytechnic, Tamale, Ghana [email protected] Abstract The development and expansion of the financial sector of every nation largely depends on the regulatory and supervisory framework

Banking Regulatory Framework in Ghana: 'Strengths

Mar 03, 2015 Banking Regulatory Framework in Ghana: 'Strengths, Weakness, Opportunities and Threats' International Journal of Empirical Finance, Vol. 3, No. 4, 2014, 187-191 5 Pages Posted: 3 Mar 2015

All Mining Companies In Ghana Must Operate Within The

Aug 25, 2017 Henceforth, the media must ensure that the regulatory bodies compel all mining companies in Ghana to operate strictly within the regulatory framework in the Minerals and Mining (Amendment) Law, 2014, which amended the Minerals and Mining Act, 2006 (Act 703) to enable the minister for mines to seize the equipment and accoutrement's used by

Mining Effects on Rural Livelihoods, Adopted Strategies

The study determines the effects of mining on rural livelihoods, adopted strategies and the role of stakeholder and regulatory institutions. The study achieves this by investigating the status of key rural livelihood indicators, what influence the choice of livelihood strategies in mining communities and the assessment of institutional performance.

Corporate Social Responsibility in Ghana

the fulfillment of corporate goals and examines the CSR concept in the Ghanaian mining industry. In Ghana the concept has tended to focus on the external environment to the neglect of the internal environment from where employees operate. Key Words: Corporate Social Responsibility, Africa, Ghana, Mining Industry. 1.0 Introduction

Promoting sustainable development in Ghanaian small-scale

This paper provides an overview of the initiatives that have been undertaken by the Ghanaian government to promote more sustainable development in resident small-scale gold mining operations, and recommends a series of strategies for perpetuating a pattern of continued improvement. Since the passing of the ‘Small Scale Gold Mining Law’ (PNDCL 218) in 1989,