THE Zimbabwe Mining Development Corporation (ZMDC) is doing due diligence on a Chinese firm which wants to revive Kamativi Mine.
Government is seeking partners for exploration designed to collate the value of the country’s mineral resources
MIMOSA is engaging authorities together with the Chamber of Mines to have the 15% export levy on un-beneficiated platinum group metals (PGMs) deferred, as it is impacting on the business, its parent company Aquarius Platinum has said.
Government is looking for an investor to resuscitate a gold refractory plant in Kwekwe. (more…)
Resources group RioZim has placed orders with a Chinese firm for the manufacture of a plant with capacity of processing up to 2 500 tonnes of ore per day, as it moves to revive Cam and Motor Mine.
The slump in world mineral prices calls for a paradigm shift in the manner resources are managed in Zimbabwe so that the country retains maximum value to feed into the national economy, stakeholders have urged.
THERE is need for gender-responsive work in the extractive industry sector to ensure resource-led development is transparent, equitably distributed, and done in ways that result in the well-being of women, men, youth and children, a United Nation (UN) official has said.
ZIMASCO says there is need for extensive exploration so more chrome ore bodies can be identified to enable cost-effective mining of the thin chrome ore seams of the Great Dyke.
Metallon Corp plans to reopen its Redwing gold operation in Zimbabwe and develop it into the company’s top-producing mine as it lowers costs.
Zimbabwe’s mining firms will struggle to remain viable if the trend in falling prices of platinum group metals (PGM) persists, a leading research firm has warned.