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Who We Are - Base Titanium

2021-10-7  Base Titanium is the local Kenyan subsidiary of the Base Resources group, an Australian-based, African-focused, mineral sands producer and developer with a track record of project delivery and operational performance. Located in Kwale County, 50km south of Mombasa, Base Titanium operates Kenya’s largest mine, which was officially awarded ...

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Base Titanium and Local Communities in Kwale sign ...

2021-5-24  KWALE, Kenya, May 24 – Base Titanium has today signed a Community Development Agreement (CDA) which will see the local communities in the Kwale mining areas and Likoni Sub-County receive funding for development projects tailored to their needs. The partnership agreement between the mining company and the three Community Development Agreement ...

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Titanium Mining in the Kwale District, Kenya EJAtlas

2015-12-30  Base Resources project in Kwale [click to view] What in a Coconut? An Ethnoecological Analysis of Mining, Social Displacement, Vulnerability, and Development in Rural Kenya, Africa, W. O. Abuya, African Studies Quaterly, November 2013 [click

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Base Titanium says it could be forced to stop operations

2021-3-4  Kenya could lose 65 per cent of its mineral exports by October next year if Base Titanium fails to expand its operations in Kwale. Current ore reserves at the Australian mining company's licensed ...

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Latest News - Base Titanium

2021-10-19  Base Titanium Pepea Scholarship Program (Tertiary Level) Invitation and Application Form. ... Supported by sound customer demand, production at the Company’s Kwale Operations in Kenya has continued uninterrupted with broad health and safety procedures implemented to minimise the risk of COVID-19 to our personnel and surrounding communities.

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Kwale Mining Operation in Kenya Base Resources

Kwale Operations. Base Resources owns and operates the Kwale mineral sands mine in Kenya, which commenced production in late 2013. The Kwale Operation features a high grade ore body with a high value mineral assemblage, rich in rutile. Mining initially

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Base Titanium: Empowering Women Across Africa

2021-10-27  Base Titanium is Kenya’s largest mining organisation, representing 65 percent of the total value of the company’s minerals production. Located in Kwale County, Base Titanium operates Kenya’s biggest mine, which was officially awarded flagship project status under Kenya’s Vision 2030 national development blueprint.

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ABOUT US Kwale PAVI

Kwale PAVI co-operative society was registered on 21 st March 2016 to address farm produce marketing challenges.. This was the initiative of Base Titanium Ltd through their Livelihood consulting company Business for Development Ltd (B4D) based in Australia.. The cooperative started operations in January 2017 with only 202 members whom 90% were composed of smallholder farmers.

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Base Titanium Limited Jobs in Kenya November 2021

2020-9-25  Base Titanium Limited is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Australian and UK-listed resources company, Base Resources Limited (ASX and AIM: BSE). Its flagship development is the Kwale Mineral Sands Project in Kwale County, 50km south of Mombasa. Base is a creative resource company that places a strong e...

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Base Titanium Limited Jobs in Kwale, Kenya

2021-10-25  Base Titanium Limited, the Kenyan subsidiary of the Australian company, Base Resources Limited, is developing the globally significant Kwale Mineral Sands Project about 50km south of Mombasa. The project is now funded and construction commenced in the 3rd quarter of 2011.

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Base Titanium receives ISO certification – Mining Business ...

2021-10-20  Kwale-based Australian-owned mining company Base Titanium, has been awarded the ISO 14001:2015 certificate, making it the first mining company in East and Central Africa, to attain this accreditation.. The ISO 14001 is a set of standards put forward by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), with its purpose being to clarify the best practices for organizations that wish to ...

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Case Study in Kenya: The Titanium Issue

Introduction Brief History "Accumulation by Dispossession" by the Global Extractive Industry: The Case of Canada Canadian company earns millions in royalties from mines years after exiting Official Request for a Copy of the "Special Mining Lease" Issued to Base Titanium Limited (subsidiary of Base Resources Ltd., Australia) for its Present Mining Operations in Kwale County,

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Titanium Mining in the Kwale District, Kenya EJAtlas

2015-12-30  Base Resources project in Kwale [click to view] What in a Coconut? An Ethnoecological Analysis of Mining, Social Displacement, Vulnerability, and Development in Rural Kenya, Africa, W. O. Abuya, African Studies Quaterly, November 2013 [click

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Base Titanium receives ISO certification – Mining Business ...

2021-10-20  Kwale-based Australian-owned mining company Base Titanium, has been awarded the ISO 14001:2015 certificate, making it the first mining company in East and Central Africa, to attain this accreditation.. The ISO 14001 is a set of standards put forward by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), with its purpose being to clarify the best practices for organizations that wish to ...

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Base Titanium Limited Jobs in Kenya November 2021

2020-9-25  Base Titanium Limited is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Australian and UK-listed resources company, Base Resources Limited (ASX and AIM: BSE). Its flagship development is the Kwale Mineral Sands Project in Kwale County, 50km south of Mombasa. Base is a creative resource company that places a strong e...

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ABOUT US Kwale PAVI

Kwale PAVI co-operative society was registered on 21 st March 2016 to address farm produce marketing challenges.. This was the initiative of Base Titanium Ltd through their Livelihood consulting company Business for Development Ltd (B4D) based in Australia.. The cooperative started operations in January 2017 with only 202 members whom 90% were composed of smallholder farmers.

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Base Titanium warns of reduced activities due to depleting ...

2020-7-29  The future of Kenya’s largest mining company Base Titanium hangs in the balance due to depleting minerals and delays in approving new mines. The company says resources at

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Kwale slaps Base Titanium with Sh378m tax bill - Business ...

2015-2-1  Kwale-based mining company Base Titanium is facing a Sh378 million tax bill from the county government, which it has however termed “illegitimate” with potential to hurt its performance.

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Base Titanium Limited Jobs in Kwale, Kenya

2021-10-25  Base Titanium Limited, the Kenyan subsidiary of the Australian company, Base Resources Limited, is developing the globally significant Kwale Mineral Sands Project about 50km south of Mombasa. The project is now funded and construction commenced in the 3rd quarter of 2011.

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Base Titanium Invests Sh80mn to enhance ... -

2020-5-5  KWALE, Kenya, May 5 – Kwale based mining company Base Titanium has so far contributed KSh 80 million (USD 800,000) in various initiatives to support efforts to fight COVID -19 in Kenya. The contribution comes at a time when the Government of

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Base Titanium Jobs in Kwale, Kenya - LATEST KENYAN

2021-11-7  Base is a creative resource company that places a strong emphasis on being part of the community in which it operates and attracting and developing good people. Kwale is the first large mining development in Kenya since 1911 and represents an exciting opportunity for high performing individuals seeking to be part of the operational team.

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Case Study in Kenya: The Titanium Issue

Introduction Brief History "Accumulation by Dispossession" by the Global Extractive Industry: The Case of Canada Canadian company earns millions in royalties from mines years after exiting Official Request for a Copy of the "Special Mining Lease" Issued to Base Titanium Limited (subsidiary of Base Resources Ltd., Australia) for its Present Mining Operations in Kwale County,

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Kwale Mineral Sands joins Vision 2030's pool of flagship ...

2017-7-21  The Kwale Mineral Sands Project is the single largest mining project undertaken in Kenya. Base Titanium’s Kwale Mineral Sands project has been granted a mining flagship project status in Vision 2030. This is after the Australian-owned company signed a memorandum of understanding with the Vision 2030 Delivery Board aimed at growing the mining ...

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Kwale miner to pay Treasury Sh2bn royalties in fresh deal ...

2021-10-3  Base Titanium, the company extracting titanium minerals in Kwale County, will pay the government $18.6 million (Sh2 billion) in the form of higher royalties in exchange for an expanded mining area. The parties reached an agreement yesterday, giving the company the right to extend its mining operations beyond the original boundary drawn on its ...

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Base commissions first community office in Kwale

2021-10-9  Australian mining firm – Base Titanium has commissioned the first office of the Community Development Agreement Committee, at Nyumba Mbovu in

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Base Titanium warns of reduced activities due to depleting ...

2020-7-29  The future of Kenya’s largest mining company Base Titanium hangs in the balance due to depleting minerals and delays in approving new mines. The company says resources at

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Kwale slaps Base Titanium with Sh378m tax bill - Business ...

2015-2-1  Kwale-based mining company Base Titanium is facing a Sh378 million tax bill from the county government, which it has however termed “illegitimate” with potential to hurt its performance.

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Base Titanium Limited Jobs in Kwale, Kenya

2021-10-25  Base Titanium Limited, the Kenyan subsidiary of the Australian company, Base Resources Limited, is developing the globally significant Kwale Mineral Sands Project about 50km south of Mombasa. The project is now funded and construction commenced in the 3rd quarter of 2011.

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Base Titanium Jobs in Kwale, Kenya - LATEST KENYAN

2021-11-7  Base is a creative resource company that places a strong emphasis on being part of the community in which it operates and attracting and developing good people. Kwale is the first large mining development in Kenya since 1911 and represents an exciting opportunity for high performing individuals seeking to be part of the operational team.

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Base Titanium Invests Sh80mn to enhance ... -

2020-5-5  KWALE, Kenya, May 5 – Kwale based mining company Base Titanium has so far contributed KSh 80 million (USD 800,000) in various initiatives to support efforts to fight COVID -19 in Kenya. The contribution comes at a time when the Government of

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Mining ministry should back responsible miners

2021-3-9  For the last six years, Australian mining company Base Titanium has been mining titanium ores from dunes in Kwale. It has paid all its taxes and royalties. It has employed 750 local people and ...

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Case Study in Kenya: The Titanium Issue

Introduction Brief History "Accumulation by Dispossession" by the Global Extractive Industry: The Case of Canada Canadian company earns millions in royalties from mines years after exiting Official Request for a Copy of the "Special Mining Lease" Issued to Base Titanium Limited (subsidiary of Base Resources Ltd., Australia) for its Present Mining Operations in Kwale County,

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Royalties, land problem slows Base Titanium expansion

2020-2-13  High royalties and resistance from a section of Kwale residents has slowed down miner, Base Titanium's expansion plans. The Australian firm has been awaiting clearance from the Petroleum and ...

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Steve Mutuku - Metallurgical Superitendent - Base

Base Titanium Ltd. Jul 2018 - Jun 20213 years. Kwale,Kenya. 1.Test works leading to improvements in plant efficiencies and recoveries. 2.Test work to establish the optimal process requirements for the co disposal of coarse fine tails from the wet concentrator. 3.Commissioning and optimization of newly built co disposal plant (reconstituting ...

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Base Titanium receives ISO certification – Kenya News

2021-10-19  Base Titanium receives ISO certification. KNA1 October 19, 2021 Counties, Editor's Pick, Kwale, Social 0. Kwale-based Australian-owned mining company Base Titanium, has been awarded the ISO 14001:2015 certificate, making it the first mining company in East and Central Africa, to attain this accreditation. The ISO 14001 is a set of standards put ...

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Base Titanium - Michael Yulu - Farmer in Kwale Facebook

"When Base Titanium started mining in Kwale, they decided not to leave farmers in a helpless state and that is why they started PAVI an acronym for (Pamba, Viazi) Co-operative Society. I have benefitted immenselysince joining the co-operative and I foresee that this will continue even after Base leave."

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