By William Perry Evans, Immaculata Mwanja and Digna Mushi
The complexities inherent in the current cadastral surveying system in Tanzania make it such that poor people can rarely, if ever, obtain proper land rights. By bringing communities together and using affordable dual-frequency receivers, we propose to change that.
On the Eastern coast of Tanzania lies Dar es Salaam, one of Africa’s fastest-growing urban centres. Experts project that it will achieve megacity status in the next decade, with ten million residents or more. Of this population it is estimated that 70% live...
Poor people can rarely obtain land rights. By bringing communities together and using an affordable dual-frequency receivers, this could change.
The Institute of Mine Surveyors of Southern Africa (IMSSA) invites members and affiliated members to this webinar in which Naani Mphathiwa will give a presentation on “Borehole directional surveying: Challenges and opportunities”. The meeting