I worked in Lusaka for eight years. In all my dealings I never met one Zambian who wouldn't do your bid for a swift backhander. That was when the biggest thief in africa was president. 'Kenneth Kaunda'. Has it changed now?. I doubt it
Basically an EIA submission would cost around USD30-40k - so you have ZEMA trying to make a quick buck. When you don't have the time or skill to assess BMR's EPB and you've missed your own deadline, why not tell the company to go away and make a bit of extra cash in the meantime at society's expense? Let's hear it for ZEMA.
Never mind, our little brick business will have to wait :)
JH briefly covered it in answer to a question (they were runing out of time). He just mentioned historical work done at Kas hitu and BMR continuing to evaluate. He also mentioned Star, saying that no one knows where the zinc came from and that it might be sitting on a massive sulphide.
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