Chrome miners decry low pricing

By Vimbai Kamoyo Imagine a tonne of chrome being bought for a meagre US$12? It might look imaginary but this is what chrome miners are getting for extractive 1000kgs of ore from buyers. This has…

Editor’s note

Welcome to yet another issue of your favourite mining magazine, ZiMining! I Hope to find you well. As we all know that the country and the rest of the world is battling with Covid-19 pandemic…

Women in mining: Abi Kambwili’s journey

By Abigail Kambwili I was motivated to Venture into Mining by my spiritual father Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa, who is also into Mining. I got motivated from his prosperity teachings. During that time we were encouraged…

Govt ready to rollout cadaster system

By Nyamayaro Chitsinde Government has begun the process to roll out the mining cadaster system that will be an official register of the quantity, value, and ownership of minerals, and also help to manage the…

Mining boosts Cafca sales

By Nyamayaro Chitsinde  Zimbabwe top cable manufacturer, CAFCA continues to trade on the positive due to a surge in the demand of their cables in the mining sector among other projects. In a half year…

Blanket targets 80 000oz of gold per annum

By Nyamayaro Chitsinde RESOURCES firm Caledonia Mining Corporation has set an ambitious 80 000 ounces of gold per year following the completion of the US$67 million Central Shaft at Blanket Mine in Gwanda. Central Shaft…

Zimbabwe targets year end for mining cadastre system

By Nyamayaro Chitsinde ZIMBABWE should have its own official register of the quantity, value, and ownership of minerals, also known as the cadastre system, by year end to manage the country's vast minerals reserves, the…