Manhize folk fret over graveyards

Gwere noted that community members were not against the government or Disco but they were asking to be resettled on land where they are not impacted by negative effects of mining.
By Felix Matasva Dec. 3, 2023

Understanding carbon credits (II)

The African Carbon Market Initiative (ACMI) was launched at the COP27 climate summit, in Egypt, last year (November).
By Kevin Tutani Oct. 20, 2023

ZiscoSteel not ‘scared’ of Chinese firm competition

Manuhwa told journalists last week during a tour of ZiscoSteel operations in Redcliff that they would “tackle” their competitors head on.
By Tinashe Kairiza Jul. 23, 2023

Dinson steel plant pursues power deal with Mozambique

The company is carrying out its Zimbabwean operation through a special unit called Dinson Iron and Steel Company (Disco).
By Freeman Makopa May. 5, 2023

Chinese steel plant now 60% complete

Construction of the steel plant, which is touted as Africa’s biggest integrated steelworks, began last year.
By Freeman Makopa Apr. 26, 2023

‘Mvuma steel plant 50% complete’

An official said Dinson Iron and Steel Company would begin production before the end of this year.
By Staff Reporter Feb. 10, 2023

Steel firms pour US$1bn into Zim

The strategy is being driven by Industry and Commerce ministry, which wants to significantly slash Zimbabwe’s import bill.
By Freeman Makopa Dec. 27, 2022

Mvuma steel plant 40% complete

An official said Dinson Iron and Steel Company (Disco) would begin production in August next year.
By Freeman Makopa Sep. 21, 2022

Africa’s ‘largest’ ferrochrome plant takes shape

Mines and Mining Development minister Winston Chitando said the government had mobilised key state agencies to work around the clock and ensure a flawless decision-making process for the project to be delivered timeously.

By The Independent Mar. 6, 2022