Zanu PF MP ordered to pay US$21 000 for unfair labour practices

The amounts are for outstanding salaries, gratuity cash in lieu of leave and damages in lieu of reinstatement. The mine is owned by the Insiza North Zanu PF legislator Farai Taruvinga.
By Silas Nkala Sep. 24, 2023

43 mines send 230 workers home

For the second consecutive year, mineral exports accounted for 80% of national exports in 2022, the report noted.
By Rugare Mubika Jul. 14, 2023

Mining sector energy demand to surge 344%

Zimbabwe’s miners often suffer power outages due to frequent breakdowns at the country’s old generation plants.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Jun. 2, 2023

Keep checking on your pension status, workers told

This issue has been a long-standing problem in the country, where some companies have been accused of using employee pension contributions for their own purposes
By Mthandazo Nyoni May. 21, 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

Caledonia raises US$5,8m for Zim projects

The placement, undertaken by Inter Horizon Securities, sought to raise approximately US$3 million in Zimbabwe.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Apr. 14, 2023

Insurers’ debt to pensioners rises by 64%

Chief among the challenges have been currency shortages, which continue to ravage the economy as well as steep parallel market exchange rates.
By Melody Chikono Jan. 7, 2023

Exporters to be hit with fresh power tariff hikes.

High production costs end up with rocketing inflation as businesses pass costs to final users.
By Tatira Zwinoira Nov. 11, 2022

‘Mining sector to miss US$12bn target’

In a report, CoMZ said the industry would be held back by high operational costs, rolling power cuts and a projected global recession.
By Tatira Zwinoira Nov. 10, 2022