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Botswana Mines and Minerals Act 1999 (Cap. 66:01)

1999-9-1  The Act deals with licensing, registration and concessions with respect to mining. It also includes provisions providing that preference should be given to the employment of workers in Botswana and that suitable training should be provided for them consistent with provisions on safety, efficiency and economy. Repeals the old Mines and Minerals Act.

MINES AND MINERALS ACT, 1999 a-mla

2018-5-21  MINES AND MINERALS ACT, 1999 No. 17 of 1999 REPUBLIC OF BOTSWANA ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS SECTION PART I ─ Preliminary 1. Short title and commencement 2. Interpretation PART II ─ Ownership of Minerals and Acquisition of Mineral Rights 3. Ownership of minerals vested in Republic 4. Act not to apply to petroleum 5. Acquisition of mineral

MINES AND MINERALS ACT, 1999 No. 17 of 1999

2018-2-21  1. This Act may be cited as the Mines and Minerals Act, 1999, and shall come into operation on such date as the Minister, by notice published in the Gazette, may appoint. 2. (1) In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires — “associated company” means a company that directly or indirectly

Mines and Minerals Act, 1999 (Chapter 66:01). ECOLEX

Country/Territory Botswana Document type Legislation Date 1999 (2008) Source FAO, FAOLEX Long title An Act to re-enact with substantial amendments the provisions that regulate the law relating to Mines and Minerals; to provide for the granting, renewal and termination of mineral concessions; to provide for the payment of royalties; and for matters incidental to and connected to the foregoing.

CHAPTER 66 01 MINES AND MINERALS Official list of

2017-8-14  Act 17, 1999, S.I. 54, 2005. An Act to re-enact with substantial amendments the provisions that regulate the law relating to Mines and Minerals; to provide for the granting, renewal and termination of mineral concessions; to provide for the payment of royalties; and for matters incidental to and connected to the foregoing.

Mines and Minerals Act, 1999 (Chapter 66:01).

2021-2-2  Mines and Minerals Act, 1999 (Chapter 66:01). This content is exclusively provided by FAO / FAOLEX / ECOLEX “Minerals” is defined so as to exclude petroleum ,as defined in section 2 of the Petroleum (Exploration and Production) Act, and public and private water when used for a primary, secondary or tertiary use, as defined in the Water Act.

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Mines And Minerals Act 1999 Chapter 6601. CountryTerritory Botswana Document type Legislation Date 1999 2008 Source FAO, FAOLEX Long title An Act to re-enact with substantial amendments the provisions that regulate the law relating to Mines and Minerals to provide for the granting, renewal and termination of mineral concessions to provide for the payment of royalties and for matters incidental

A review of mineral development and investment

2005-9-1  A new Act (Mines and Minerals Act, 1999) reflecting the changed policies of mineral development and disposition in Botswana was promulgated in 1999 after extensive consultation with other role-players and after studying of the policies of successful mining nations. The government addressed aspects of property tenure and ministerial discretion

Legislation Botswana (Lexadin)

2011-8-18  Mines and Minerals Act 1999 Mines and Minerals Act 1999 Precious and Semi-Precious Stones (Protection) Act Unwrought Precious Metals Act. Tax Law. Chapter50-01 Customs and Excise Duty Chapter50-03 Customs and Excise Duty Act Chapter50-03 Customs and Excise Duty Act Subsidiary Legislation Chapter50-03 Value Added Tax Chapter50-03 Value Added Tax

Botswana Mining Investment and Governance Review

2021-5-25  • Update the Mines and Minerals Act, 1999 to reflect current good practices in mineral regulation. There are presently no regulations accompanying this Act and these should be drafted to accompany a new Act. As a precursor to a revision of the Act, a

Assessing the impact of Botswana's fiscal regime on

2021-3-26  1. Introduction. Botswana's Mines and Minerals Act, 1999, provides, among other things, the terms of the state participation and royalty rates while elements of the country's fiscal regime, which covers issues such as royalties, corporate income tax, capital allowances and their mechanics, are contained in the Twelve Schedule to the Income Tax Act.

A review of mineral development and investment

2005-9-1  A new Act (Mines and Minerals Act, 1999) reflecting the changed policies of mineral development and disposition in Botswana was promulgated in 1999 after extensive consultation with other role-players and after studying of the policies of successful mining nations. The government addressed aspects of property tenure and ministerial discretion

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2006-2-28  1. This Act may be cited as the Mines and Minerals Act. Short title 2 (1) In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires, Inter- "authorized officer" means a person authorized by the Minister to pretation ~xercise the powers conferred by section 6 (1) ; "building and industrial minerals

Mines and Minerals Act and Regulations (17/1999)

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MINES AND MINERALS Principle Legislation 2021

2021-5-30  Act 17, 1999, S.I. 54, 2005, Act 19, 2007, S.I. 126, 2010. An Act to re-enact with substantial amendments the provisions that regulate the law relating to Mines and Minerals; to provide for the granting, renewal and termination of mineral concessions; to provide for the payment of royalties; and for matters incidental to and connected to the

A review of mineral development and investment policies

2020-3-20  A new Act (Mines and Minerals Act, 1999) reflecting the changed policies of mineral development and disposition in Botswana was promulgated in 1999 after extensive consul-tation with other role-players and after studying of the policies of successful mining nations. The government addressed aspects of property tenure and ministerial discretion

Legislation Botswana (Lexadin)

2011-8-18  Mines and Minerals Act 1999 Mines and Minerals Act 1999 Precious and Semi-Precious Stones (Protection) Act Unwrought Precious Metals Act. Tax Law. Chapter50-01 Customs and Excise Duty Chapter50-03 Customs and Excise Duty Act Chapter50-03 Customs and Excise Duty Act Subsidiary Legislation Chapter50-03 Value Added Tax Chapter50-03 Value Added Tax

Local Procurement Regulations for Extractive Industries in

2020-9-29  Botswana RELEVANT LAWS AND REGULATIONS Mines and Minerals Act, 1999 The Mines and Minerals Act of 1999 states that local procurement should be prioritised to the extent possible, with no further specifications.8 Comoros RELEVANT LAWS AND REGULATIONS Portant Code Pétrolier, 2002 (Loi N°12-19/AU)

Botswana Mining Investment and Governance Review

2021-5-25  • Update the Mines and Minerals Act, 1999 to reflect current good practices in mineral regulation. There are presently no regulations accompanying this Act and these should be drafted to accompany a new Act. As a precursor to a revision of the Act, a

Development of Jwaneng Mine darkoh ResearchGate

the mine complies with the stipulations of the Mines & Minerals Act (1999). The general hypothesis is that the mine is a predominantly Botswana's economic success has principally resulted from

LEGISLATION BOTSWANA Lexadin

2011-8-18  Mines and Minerals Act 1999 Mines and Minerals Act 1999 Precious and Semi-Precious Stones (Protection) Act Unwrought Precious Metals Act. Tax Law. Chapter50-01 Customs and Excise Duty Chapter50-03 Customs and Excise Duty Act Chapter50-03 Customs and Excise Duty Act Subsidiary Legislation Chapter50-03 Value Added Tax Chapter50-03 Value Added Tax

AFRICAN MINING LEGISLATION ATLAS View Countries

Summary: Botswana. The Botswana Mines and Minerals Act 17 of 1999 regulates the mines and non-oil minerals sector of Botswana. It was amended in 2007 by the Amendment Act no. 19 of 2007.

Mines and Minerals Act and Regulations (17/1999)

Back Mines and Minerals Act and Regulations (17/1999) [Botswana] Share Results. Update count: 0

Botswana Mining Investment and Governance Review

2021-5-25  • Update the Mines and Minerals Act, 1999 to reflect current good practices in mineral regulation. There are presently no regulations accompanying this Act and these should be drafted to accompany a new Act. As a precursor to a revision of the Act, a

Local Procurement Regulations for Extractive Industries in

2020-9-29  Botswana RELEVANT LAWS AND REGULATIONS Mines and Minerals Act, 1999 The Mines and Minerals Act of 1999 states that local procurement should be prioritised to the extent possible, with no further specifications.8 Comoros RELEVANT LAWS AND REGULATIONS Portant Code Pétrolier, 2002 (Loi N°12-19/AU)

Development of Jwaneng Mine darkoh ResearchGate

the mine complies with the stipulations of the Mines & Minerals Act (1999). The general hypothesis is that the mine is a predominantly Botswana's economic success has principally resulted from

Uranium A-Cap Energy

Pursuant to Section 43 of the Botswana Mines and Minerals Act, 1999, “the holder of a mining licence may, from time to time, notify the Minister of amendments he wishes to make to his programme of mining operations and such amendments shall, unless the Minister rejects them within three months after being so notified, have effect after such

PROJECT: KAZUNGULA BRIDGE COUNTRIES: BOTSWANA

2019-6-29  Botswana side, the preferred option (1A) adopts a road alignment approaching the bridge that • The Water Act (1994) • Mines and Minerals Act (1999) • The Public Health Act of (1930) • Tribal Land Act (2001) • The Noxious Weed Act, 1953 • Waste Management Act (1998) • The Energy Regulation Act, 1995 & the Petroleum Act, Cap. 1995

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2010-1-11  tailings impoundment as defined under the Mines and Minerals Act, save for that mine waste for which the Minister may prescribe a different categorisation for; "controlled waste" includes the waste defined as household, industrial, commercial, clinical or hazardous waste in this Act; "Director" means a person appointed under section 4 as Director;

CHAPTER 34:01 WATER

2009-12-11  personally liable for, or in respect of, any act done or omitted to be done in good faith in the performance or supposed performance of their functions under this Act. (5) In the performance of its functions under this Act the Board shall have regard to any relevant international agreement regulating the use of water to which Botswana is a party.