How corruption undermines investment in Uganda’s mining sector

How corruption, mismanagement and political influence is undermining investment in Uganda’s mining sector and threatening people and environment

Uganda is rich in natural resource wealth such as gold, tin and phosphate that could create jobs and support the country’s developing economy by generating tax revenues.

However, our 18-month long investigation has exposed endemic corruption and mismanagement in the country’s fledgling mining sector that means crooked officials, and international investors are profiting at the expense of Uganda’s people, environment and economy.

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Source: Global Witness Report

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