Southern Africa 
Resource Watch.

Our Mission
SARWatch works for participatory, transparent and accountable utilisation of extractive resources in a manner that optimises transformative social and economic benefits and inter-generational equity, with sensitivity to environmental, gender and human rights impacts

Our Vision
Improved human conditions through good governance of the region’s resources.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Strengthening Transparency and Accountability in the Extractive Sector

25th July, 2019
PROGRAMME
CURRENT PROJECTS

The Popularisation of the DRC New Mining Code.

Turning the DRC Artisanal Cobalt into Development

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PUBLICATION

Mineral Governance Barometer: Southern Africa

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In the News

The exploitation of natural resources allows for the funding of conflicts in the Great Lakes Region (Photo: Gallo Images/Reuters/Finbarr O’Reilly)

Colloquium on EITI Implementation in The Great Lakes Region

The exploitation of natural resources allows for the funding of conflicts in the Great Lakes Region (Photo: Gallo Images/Reuters/Finbarr O’Reilly) The Southern Africa Resource Watch (SARW) in partnership with ICGLR[…]

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Glencore et La fermerture de MUMI : un chantage ou une réaction réelle aux défis du marché?

La compagnie Swisse Glencore a annoncé la fermeture imminente pour au moins deux ans de sa mine de Mutanda Mining (MUMI) dans la province de Lualaba en République Démocratique du[…]

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Glencore and the Shutting Down of MUMI: blackmail or a real reaction to the challenges of the market?

The Swiss company Glencore has announced the imminent closure of Mutanda Mining (MUMI) in Lualaba Province of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The reason given by Glencore is that[…]

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