Responding to COVID-19
In the effort to make sure employees and contractors work in a safe and healthy environment, management of Geita Gold Mine has put in place strong measures to protect its employees against the COVID-19 pandemic.
A top employer
Geita mine employs over 5,000 individuals both directly and through contractors of which about 98% are Tanzanian nationals. Geita mine was recognised by the Government as Overall Best Performer of the Mining Sector for the 2019/2020 financial year.
In Tanzania, community development is one of the material issues to which we are committed. The Geita mine was the first in the country to execute its Corporate Social Responsibility Plan as per the amended Mining Act of 2017.
Ruth Mugurusi is the first female Open-Pit Blasting Engineer at GGML
Engineer Ruth Mugurusi from the Drilling and Blasting Department briefs the guest of honour at the opening ceremony of the fifth National Mining Technology Exhibition, Minister of Minerals Dr Dotto Biteko (right), who visited the GGML exhibition stand. To his left, AngloGold Ashanti’s Vice President of Sustainability for Tanzania and Ghana, Simon Shayo. PDF, 592.10 KB
GGML and Rafiki Surgical Mission donate two Ambulances to
Geita District Council
Geita Gold Mining Limited (GGML) and Rafiki Surgical Mission from Australia donated two ambulances to Geita District Council in Geita Region in a bid to establish relationships with the government and surrounding communities. PDF, 579.53 KB
GGML emerged as the overall winner at the 5th National Mining Technology Exhibition
Geita Gold Mining Limited (GGML) emerged the overall winner and first winner among the major mining companies at the 5th National Mining Technology Exhibition held at the Investment Zone (EPZA) in Geita. PDF, 372.72 KB