A look at the goldmine in Kibala, Uganda, which has been a tourist attraction for decades.
article What are the secrets behind the gold mining in Uganda?
According to local legend, the first gold mine was discovered in 1846.
Today the goldfields are the largest goldmine operation in Africa, with more than 4,500 tonnes of gold and other precious metals being extracted daily.
The mining industry is estimated to generate at least $10bn a year in taxes.
But what do the miners actually earn?
In the past, most gold miners had their pay paid by the tonne.
Now, however, the gold is sold by the kilogram.
Kibals goldmine is a small-scale operation.
The gold is transported on trucks from Kibalia in northern Uganda, then on to a nearby mine in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, where it is processed and then sold.
When the gold was mined, the average age of the gold ore was around 12 years.
But as the gold price rose, the ore was mined more and more quickly.
Today, the oldest ore is over 30 years old, while the youngest ore is just 5.5 years old.
What makes the Kibo goldmine special?
The mine has been in operation for over a decade and the owners are the Goldmines International Corporation, which owns the Kiba Mine.
Kibo is the largest of the five Kibalas gold mines, with a total capacity of 1.5 million tonnes of ore.
Kobo also has the world’s largest gold deposit, which it has been using to mine gold since 2006.
As well as the Kobo gold, it has the largest deposit of copper, iron ore, nickel and other minerals in Africa.
Kiba is the only gold mine in East Africa with an international network of mining facilities.
The mine was initially owned by the African Development Bank.
However, the project was transferred to the African Investment Bank (AIB) in 2015.
The AIB’s president, Robert Mugabe, has been on a spending spree since his inauguration in 2000.
In his first six years in office, he has spent about $3.2bn.
In 2015, he made an estimated $3bn from his state-owned mining firm, the Minerals Resource Development Corporation (MRDC), which he now owns.
The country’s President Uhuru Kenyatta has also become a rich man in the gold industry, with the country’s biggest copper mine, Murchu, worth $1.8bn.
How to get to Kibia Gold Mines?
The only way to reach Kibila is by air, or via road.
The only road to the Kiza Gold Mine is the Mursi highway.
The Kiba Gold Mine lies near the town of Kibaga, and the nearest railway station is Kibara, about two hours away.
The road is well marked, and there are signs and signs of the nearby mine.
The train station is also located at the railway station, which is about 10 minutes away from the mine.
It is possible to rent a car, which takes a little over an hour from Kiza.
From Kiza, take the Murchuti highway to Kiza-Kibaga.
It takes about four hours to get there.
From the mine, take Murchudi highway for another two hours to Kizima, where you will find the train station.
The station is about five minutes away.
From there, take Kiza highway for a further two hours, to Kisa, about 10 kilometres from Kizisa.
There is also a bus stop, but you will need to take a bus to get here.
The Murchumis Kizimbaba station is just outside Kizissa, about four kilometres from the Kiziza-Murchumi highway interchange.
To get to the mine from the Muthoni road, follow the road to Kima.
At Kima, take Hoejiba highway for about eight kilometres to the town.
At the town, turn right and take the road for three kilometres.
From here, turn left and head west to the road junction for Mutha and then Mutho, about six kilometres to Kama.
From Muthomo, follow Kama-Kama road for about a kilometre to the village.
Kama is the capital of Uganda, and it is the first town to be named after the Kila Kisa people.
The people who live there were originally from Kia, and were the original owners of the mines.
The mines were built on the Kilea River, and they were known for their beauty and beauty of life.
It was the first place to mine for gold, and in the 19th century, the people lived in tents, with their dogs and goats