From The Great Dyke to The Great Threat Report

‘Much has been said or perhaps done to move duty bearers (government and mining companies) into action on mitigating the negative impacts of mining. This narrative and picture piece seeks to appeal the emotions of duty bearers to take an urgent audit of the impacts of their actions or inactions in addressing what many locals call, in plain Shona language, “gona rama chingura” (the curse) that has brought poverty, misery and even death to some communities living near chrome mining areas in the Great Dyke. The Great Dyke has turned out to be The Great Threat’. – Mukasiri Sibanda

To download the entire report (PDF): – Monograph from the Great Dyke to the Great Threat

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