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Zim major minerals post growth in eight months 2018

TINASHE MAKICHI IN BULAWAYO The country’s major minerals posted positive growth figures in the eight months to August 2018, but however there are reservations that...

Good days beckons for Zim mining industry, says Chitando

Mines and Mining Development Minister Winston Chitando has said good days are beckoning for the mining industry as government undertakes several measures based on...

Feasibility studies on $3 billion Chinese stainless steel plant commence

TINASHE MAKICHI IN BULAWAYO Stainless steel manufacturing firm Tsingshan Iron and Steel Group of China has started undertaking a feasibility study to ascertain the possibility of setting...

RIOZIM narrows down Sengwa suitors

TAURAI MANGUDHLA Listed miner RioZim hopes to conclude an agreement with one of its potential investors in the $2,1 billion 1 400 MW Sengwa Power...

Mining sector launches Zimbabwe Allied Youth in Mining Organisation

MUNASHE MATAMBO Friday saw the mining sector embrace the introduction of the all-new Zimbabwe Allied Youth in Mining Organisation (ZAYIMO), which is meant to spearhead...

Zim rakes in $28m from diamond sales

PHILLIMON MHLANGA The Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC), a wholly government owned company has generated $28,3 million from a recent local diamond auction after...

Mzi Khumalo flies in to douse Metallon crisis

TINASHE MAKICHI South African mining magnate and Metallon Gold Corporation owner, Mzi Khumalo has arrived in Zimbabwe to douse flames that have engulfed the country’s...

Small-scale chrome miners raise concern over Moti Group chrome acquisition deal

TINASHE MAKICHI A section of small scale chrome miners has raised concern over the $50 million Moti Group chrome acquisition deal running under Zimbabwe...

ZimAlloys back on sale

...as judicial manager insists Balasore should show colour of money Tinashe Makichi Eight local and foreign investors have submitted takeover bids for Gweru-based ferrochrome producer, Zimbabwe Alloys following...

Breaking: Metallon closes Mazowe Mines

TINASHE MAKICHI The country's biggest gold producer Metallon Corporation has put its Mazowe Mine under care and maintenance rendering hundreds of its employees jobless. The miner,...