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Government eyes US$1 billion diamonds target

The government launched an ambitious plan to transform the mining sector into a US$12 billion export industry by the end of 2023.
By Freeman Makopa Mar. 26, 2023

Uproar over Mines Bill

Chief among the issues were contradicting clauses with regards to areas open to prospecting, strategic minerals and the composition of the Mining Affairs Board (MAB).
By Melody Chikono Mar. 24, 2023

Mine workers’ wages pegged in US$

Prior to the change, the lowest paid mining employee got $217 299,84 per month, while the most paid took home $503 994,78.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Mar. 20, 2023

Zim platinum output drops

Zimbabwe is the world’s third biggest platinum producer behind Russia and its southern neighbour, South Africa.
By Tatira Zwinoira Mar. 10, 2023

Experts poke holes in Mines Bill

Other participants demanded that locals must also be employed by mining companies operating in their area.
By Lorraine Muromo Mar. 9, 2023

Zela pokes holes into Mines Bill

The proposed amendments to the Mines and Minerals Act have roundly been criticised for failing to incorporate community representation, which has led to unsustainable mining practices.
By Lorraine Muromo Mar. 7, 2023

Massive investments spur Zim’s mineral revenues

He said the sector generated US$5,4 billion in 2022, compared to US$2,7 billion in 2017.
By Freeman Makopa Mar. 5, 2023

ZCDC CEO suspension opens can of worms... Mabhudhu suffers for delaying a fraudulent transaction

KMH became part of GDI after acquiring 50% stake from Afromet Joint Stock Company owned by Russian businessman Vitaly Machitski’s Vi Holdings.
By Staff Reporter Mar. 1, 2023

Mine wrangle sucks in deputy minister

Mines deputy minister Kambamura has been sucked in a mining wrangle pitting his ally Hillary Mutandwa against Phillip Makunze.
By Problem Masau Mar. 1, 2023