Spilpunt Zimbabwe Mining News. Aug 12, 2013Zimbabwe Kazakhstan Mining Giant to Pull Out of Country Wednesday, May 09, 2012 Zimbabwe Global Platinum Surplus to Persist Report Tuesday, May 08, 2012 Zimbabwe Mining Sector Reforms Near Completion Friday, May 04, 2012 Zimbabwe Gold Deliveries Up 6 Percent in First Quarter Monday, April 30, 2012. Get Konecranes has completed acquisition of MHPS trading as Demag Cranes, Hoists, Material Handling and Ports Solutions. According to the company the acquisition will improve Konecranes' position as a focused global leader in the industrial lifting and port solutions market, as the two crane brands share their considerable combined knowledge and technology, becoming a substantial force in
Michael Tome Business Reporter. BINDURA Nickel Corporation (BNC) says it is lobbying for the increase of foreign currency retention of up to 80 percent citing inadequacy of the foreign currency as substantial amount of money is being directed towards dedicated power imports from South Africa.
informal mining . Zamsc engage mining giants. THE Zimbabwe Artisanal and Small-Scale Miners' Council (Zamsc) is negotiating with big mining companies to release some of the claims they are holding to small-scale players as part of efforts to decriminalise informal mining in the country. December 3, 2013 - 5:00 am
The seven have significant stakes in mining, manufacturing and retail companies either operating in Zimbabwe or trading directly or indirectly with local businesses. Conservative shadow home secretary Dominic Grieve holds shares worth 240 000 in mining giants Anglo American and Rio Tinto, commercial bank Standard Chartered and oil company Shell.
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Apr 08, 2010Zimbabwe Industry Sectors: Mining. Zimbabwe has huge wealth in terms of rich deposits of more than forty types of minerals. At present, however, only half these deposits are being actively mined. The nation's unusually diverse geology gives it great potential to earn substantial revenues from exporting minerals.
President Mnangagwa starts his two-day working visit to Matabeleland North Province tomorrow, a tour that will enable him to conduct an on-the-ground assessment of key projects there. It was rare for a president in our country to conduct such a long tour to an area when there is no conference
Jul 24, 2020The President bemoaned the fact that Zimbabwe was at one time forced to import coal despite its massive ore reserves most of which are still available at the less expensive open cast mining. President Mnangagwa was in Hwange on a two-day working visit of coal projects and toured eight projects where it emerged that Zimbabwe is poised for an
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GIANT Russian diamond producer, ALROSA, has announced plans to launch mining operations in Zimbabwe. The news was announced during Zimbabwe's President, Emmerson Mnangagwa's trip to Moscow. "Today we see opportunities for a new stage of our partnership. We are ready to develop new joint projects for diamond exploration and extraction," said Sergey Ivanov, CEO of
Oct 08, 2018THARISA, the UK-listed chrome and platinum group metal (PGM) producer would consider taking on an equity partner for its Zimbabwe platinum group metal (PGM) project as one of several financing options. "It's certainly an option," said Phoevos Pouroulis, CEO of Tharisa. "We have a lot of synergy and co-operation with all the PGM producers, so 
Mar 20, 2020Well, in 2008, Zimbabwe experienced a whopping 231 million percent inflation. 10. The country has one of the world's highest inflation and unemployment rates. Read: facts about Zimbabwean culture. 11. Manufacturing, mining, and farming constitute the backbone of the Zimbabwean economy. Flag of Zimbabwe
ZIMBABWE Congress of Trade Unions president Peter Mutasa yesterday described the country as a failed State given the high poverty levels, decaying infrastructure, the odious debt situation caused mostly by poor governance and deep-seated corruption which has seen the country losing billions of dollars to a few powerful individuals.
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Zimbabwe Geological Survey | Ministry of Mines and Mining. With the advent of independence in 1980, international mining companies showed enormous interest on Zimbabwe's mining industry Several donor countries offered inter-government technical cooperation projects to undertake geological work to promote the mineral potential of the country.
6/30/2020Zimbabwe's first strike against its citizens has been the ban of mobile money platforms to prevent the further fall of the country's local currency that continues to lose its value. The move has left users stranded as a huge portion of transaction flow through mobile money platforms in Zimbabwe because of long-term cash shortage at the banks.
Zimbabwean government seeking to revive steel giant. Nzenza, also includes the ministers of finance and economic development, energy and power development, and mines and mining development. The group will assess the costs of refurbishing the company's abandoned steel plant, along with plans to court investors and other financing
7/24/2020And the company is showing no loss of appetite for Zimbabwe's mining assets after its chief executive David Brown hinted to Business Weekly that the company would maintain the scale of investment whenever opportunities arise. "We will invest in the (mining) assets to make Zimbabwe a mining
ZISCO, which once employed over 5,000 people, ceased production in 2008 at the height of Zimbabwe's economic meltdown. Getting the company off the ground would help Zimbabwe renew the faith of allies like China—the country's largest direct investor— despite Zimbabwe defaulting on $2.2 billion worth of Chinese loans from 2000 to 2017.