FEATURE: Ex-chrome mining areas feel the heat

Although the companies have left, they buy chrome from artisanal miners in the area.
By Elma Zhoya Aug. 25, 2023

Piggy’s Trading & Investing Tips: Disruption is at the doorstep

Zimbabwe has over 4,000 recorded gold deposits, all of them located on ancient workings.
By Batanai Matsika Aug. 11, 2023

Don’t bury heads in the sand

Moti runs the African Chrome Fields (ACF), which has extensive interests in Zimbabwe’s mining industry.
By The Standard Apr. 30, 2023

Has Zim’s protest spirit finally been crushed?

Zimbabweans were fed up by Mnangagwa’s failure to live up to pre-election pledges to fight rampant corruption and kick-start economic growth.
By Newsday Apr. 29, 2023

ED, Chiwenga ‘secret millions’ exposed

Moti has extensive business interests in Zimbabwe and was awarded controversial contracts towards the end of Mugabe’s reign.
By Evans Mathanda Apr. 29, 2023

Vanished Moti files spark legal battle

The Sentry is a non–profit organisation sponsored by several high-profile individuals and foundations.
By Tinashe Makichi Apr. 6, 2023

Microsoft’s aI-powered bing search engine surpasses 100 million daily active users

That doesn’t mean Microsoft can go head-to-head with Google, which has more than 1 billion daily active users, yet, but it’s a good start.
By Gizmodo Mar. 9, 2023

Police bust smuggling syndicate

NewsDay gathers that police allegedly intercepted three haulage trucks carrying chrome ore estimated to be worth millions of dollars being smuggled.
By Rex Mphisa Jan. 12, 2023

Shurugwi miners slammed for lavish lifestyles amid poverty

She also took orphans to shops in the mining town, where she bought them Christmas gifts of their choice.
By Stephen Chadenga and Zanele Ndlovu Dec. 30, 2022