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Fresh fears of diamond leakages

The document was submitted to Mines and Mining Development minister Winston Chitando by the community trust at a recent meeting.
By Freeman Makopa May. 19, 2023

Can lithium light up where diamonds failed to sparkle?

Lithium demand has more than doubled since 2016, and it's supposed to triple by 2025.
By Darlington Chidarara and Mukasiri Sibanda Apr. 14, 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

RioZim woes mount

The union has threatened to apply to have RioZim placed under corporate rescue.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Mar. 2, 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

Chitando reads riot act to foreign investors

ZMF president Henrietta Rushwaya lamented the existence of middlemen in the mining sector who buy minerals from small-scale miners for a song.
By Kenneth Nyangani Feb. 24, 2023

Mines Bill tabled before Parly

The legislation will replace the archaic 1961 Mines and Minerals Act which all along was the principal law governing the mining sector.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Feb. 17, 2023

‘ZDI gets permit to export raw lithium’

In a bid to restore order in the areas where the globally sought-after mineral is being informally mined, the government swiftly banned the exportation of unprocessed lithium.
By Tinashe Kairiza and Tinashe Makichi Jan. 13, 2023

Feature: Why Zim has banned the export of raw lithium

Government says it is losing US$1,8 billion in mineral revenue due to smuggling and externalisation to South Africa and the United Arab Emirates.
By Quartz Dec. 23, 2022