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IAEA announces innovation in tsetse fly control

IAEA announces innovation in tsetse fly control

A new infrared system is helping the International Atomic Energy Agency to speed up the sorting of male from female tsetse flies as the agency controls the breeding of the insect using irradiation. The tsetse is a bloodsucking insect found in sub-Saharan Africa which transmits a parasite that can be fatal to both animals and humans.

Energy & Environment 07 January 2021


Tanzania gets ready for uranium mining

Tanzania gets ready for uranium mining

The Tanzanian government has worked actively to implement International Atomic Energy Agency recommendations to develop the legal and regulatory infrastructure ready for uranium mining to commence..

Uranium & Fuel 22 June 2018


Uranium One applies to suspend Mkuju River project

Uranium One applies to suspend Mkuju River project

Uranium One subsidiary Mantra Tanzania has applied to suspend the Mkuju River project in Tanzania due to depressed uranium prices, the company has confirmed.

Uranium & Fuel 10 July 2017


First uranium mine licence for Tanzania

First uranium mine licence for Tanzania

Mkuju River licence (ARMZ)_48Mkuju River has become the first uranium mine to receive a licence from Tanzania's ministry of energy and mineral resources.

Uranium & Fuel 08 April 2013


Fuel cycle roundup #4

Fuel cycle roundup #4

• Husab project ready to go
• Peninsula receives mining permit for Lance
• Mkuju River receives EIA

Uranium & Fuel 23 November 2012


Mkuju River boundary change

Mkuju River boundary change

CORRECTED: UNESCO's World Heritage Committee has approved a boundary change to the Selous Reserve of Tanzania in a step towards development of the Mkuju River uranium property. The potential mine remains subject to a mining licence application by Uranium One.

Regulation & Safety 06 July 2012