Lafarge sets up Health and Safety Academy

By ZiMining Reporter Cement manufacturing giant Lafarge Cement Zimbabwe has scaled up its commitment to upholding health and safety by establishing a Health and Safety Academy. Presenting the Company’s Abridged Financial results for the year…

Covid-19 hits mines

BY Melody Shumba, ZiMining Reporter The Covid 19 pandemic, that has left thousand dead in the world, is slowly making inroad into the mining with some cases already reported in mines threatening production. The disease…

Haggie Rand has customers at heart

By ZiMining Reporter Frontrunners in the world of still wire ropes and wire products, Haggie Rand Zimbabwe, have committed to provide best services and products to their customers as they have invested heavily in their…

CBZ refutes gold buying claims

By Amanda Mavhaza Giant commercial bank, CBZ, has refuted allegations that it was now licensed to buy gold saying that they only have mining ventures under their vast nosiness empire. In a statement, CBZ, dismissed…

Hwange back on track, posts ZWL34m profit

By Thomas Chidamba, ZiMining Editor Every cloud has a silver lining as the judicial managedHwange Colliery Company Limited (HCCL) realised a ZW$34 million profit for its half year financial operations,defying a financial crisis exacerbated by…

Risks in the mining sector: A general overview

Risk Advisory By Jeremiah Ndhlovu, CERM “The natural resources sector of any mineral-rich country is not only an important barometer of the health of the economy of that particular country, but is also an important…