Russia’s Alrosa, the world’s largest diamond company by volume, has signed an MoU with state-owned Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC) for exploration and development of diamond deposits in the country. Under the agreement,...
MUMBAI, India - Zimbabwean diamonds could be classified as “conflict diamonds” and barred from world markets, if rights groups meeting here have their way. At the Kimberley Process (KP) reform meetings currently underway in...
Vast Resources, the UK-listed mining firm, is to partner with State-owned Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC) to develop the Heritage diamond concession at Chiadzwa. A statement by the company on Monday said Vast...
Armed with a positive feasibility study, an offtake deal and national project status, lithium developer Prospect Resources has now entered one of the toughest phases for any company investing in Zimbabwe – raising money on the capital...
Canada-based B2Gold Corp. is considering buying idled Shamva gold mine - if it can be exempted from a law that requires producers to sell all the metal to the country’s central bank, people familiar with the situation...
Zimbabwe on Thursday signs a platinum development agreement with Bravura Holdings, a company owned by Nigerian energy billionaire Benedict Peters. Bravura, the resources arm of Peters’ energy firm Aiteo, is to develop the...
Platinum group metals miner Tharisa is expanding into Zimbabwe with a drilling programme that could deliver results early next year and develop the company’s exposure to battery minerals, its chief executive said on Wednesday. 
President Emmerson Mnangagwa rarely misses an opportunity to assure business that policy vagueness and inconsistency, the bane of the Mugabe years, is now a thing of the past. “My government will continue to ensure...
Zimbabwe needs to relax local ownership laws and forex retention regulations to back investors, says the chair of Anglo American Platinum (Amplats), as it commissioned its US$62 million smelter at Unki on Thursday.  Zimbabwe...
Prospect Resources is selling its business in the Democratic Republic of Congo to focus on its Arcadia lithium project in Zimbabwe, the Australian-listed firm has announced. The company is selling Prospect Cobalt, its...
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