Barrick Gold Corporation Twiga a Triumph of Partnership - Seite 2
Barrick has been awarded 10 new exploration licenses in Tanzania and plans to spend $8 million on exploration there this year.
The company’s commitment to stakeholder partnership encompasses its host communities and a community development committee has already been established at North Mara. On the environmental front, a comprehensive water management plan is being implemented. Since Barrick assumed operational control in 2019 some 50% of the water in the North Mara tailings dam has been removed to date.
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