CANADIAN MINING PERSPECTIVES: Barrick brings artisanal miners into the fold
By: Nancy J. White At age 13, Alfaxad Chacha started digging. He never stopped. Seven days a week, 14 hours a day, he sifted through the red mud and rock of the Tanzanian landscape under an equatorial sun. With a little luck and a lot of backbreaking labour, Alfaxad and his friends eked out a meagre living on the miniscule bits of gold they uncovered...more at Canadian Mining Journal
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