Mining News

4 days ago | September 13, 2019

Shirishanu: Home of superior customer service

Shirishanu (Pvt) Ltd is a cutting-edge technology company specialising in superior software development services and ...

‘Privatise Zim’s diamond sector’

A leading minerals expert has called upon Zimbabwe’s Government to scale up private sector investments into its diamonds ...

Global disinvestment tops $11 trillion mark

Global disinvestment from fossil fuels has crossed the $11 trillion mark — a massive leap from committed disinvestment ...

2 weeks ago | September 6, 2019

Mining firm seeks control of BNC

Six months after Bindura Nickel Corporation (BNC) terminated plans for its disposal to a “United Kingdom-based nickel ...

2 weeks ago | September 2, 2019

Inactive mining claims to be repossessed

The Government has threatened to withdraw and re-allocate coal mining claims that are not being developed  as part of ...

3 weeks ago | August 30, 2019

Zim to agree mining rights for Zisco deal

Government says the agreement with Chinese investor, R and F, for the US$1 billion revival of former steel making giant ...

Prospect Resources mulls solar farms

Zimbabwe-focused lithium developer Prospect Resources, is mulling the development of a solar farm as part of its ...

Arda Jotsholo back on its feet

GOVERNMENT’S partnership with the private sector has started paying dividend at Arda Jotsholo in Matabeleland North ...

Gold gets driven toward $1 600

Gold took a stride toward $1 600 an ounce as the US-China trade war worsened, hurting the outlook for global growth and ...

Platinum giant wants in on batteries

The world’s top platinum and palladium supplier has an answer to the electric-car boom that may pose a long-term threat ...

How liquefied natural gas could change SA’s fortunes

The development of liquefied natural gas (LNG) could help transform the South African economy, spur ...

1 month ago | August 16, 2019

How agile, fragile is mining fiscal reform agenda?

Totemic. That is the word which perhaps sums up aptly the potential of Zimbabwe’s huge and diverse mineral wealth to ...

Falgold loss widens

Mining firm, Falcon Gold Zimbabwe Limited (Falgold), widened its net loss for the year to September 30, 2018 to US$4,8 ...

1 month ago | August 9, 2019

Ferrochrome production up 14pc

High carbon ferrochrome production has jumped 14 percent up to about 172 000 tonnes in the first six months of the year ...

Zesa connections stall tungsten, tantalum projects

Diversified mining group, Premier African Minerals Plc, says delays in connecting to Zimbabwe’s electricity grid has ...

Gold prices on a 6-year high

The price of gold has continued its rocket-shot of a week as the world’s financial markets are reeling; breaking to a ...

Padenga to venture into gold mining

Crocodile breeder Padenga Holdings Limited, has revealed plans to venture into gold production as the firm looks forward ...

2 months ago | August 2, 2019

Invictus, Sable seal gas deal

AUSTRALIA Stock Exchange (ASX)-listed miner, Invictus Energy, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Zimbabwe’s ...

Central banks’ hunger for gold pushes demand

Central banks continued to load up on gold in the first half, helping push total bullion demand to a three-year high, ...

Agro-based industrialisation, more work needs to be done

Zimbabwe first needs to rebuild its agriculture infrastructure and increase farm productivity if it is to achieve ...