Gold producer RioZim could join the Victoria Falls Stock Exchange (VFEX), where miners are attracted by tax breaks offered for listing on the USD-denominated market. A VFEX listing could ease part of RioZim’s problems,...
Chinese explosives company Hunan Nanling Industrial Explosive Materials has cancelled its contract in Zimbabwe over what it says is a ‘turbulent domestic situation’ in the economy.  The Chinese government has a significant stake in...
Prospect Resources’ US$422 million deal with China’s Huayou has raised interest in Zimbabwe’s lithium assets. The deal will see Huayou, one of the world leaders in the manufacture of batteries, taking over Prospect’s Arcadia...
Huayou, one of the world’s biggest companies in the battery metals business, has announced a deal to buy Prospect Resources, which is developing a lithium mine in Zimbabwe. The deal will see the Chinese giant paying US$422...
China’s Zhejiang Huayou, the world’s biggest refiner of the battery metal cobalt, is to buy lithium developer Prospect Resources and creditor's rights for a combined US$422 million. Prospect is developing the Arcadia lithium mine...
B2Gold Corporation, the Canadian company that owns mines in Africa and the Philippines, is interested in acquiring gold assets in Zimbabwe. The mid-tier gold producer, which has mines in Mali, Namibia and the Philippines,...
Zimplats, the country’s biggest platinum producer, says its board has approved new capital investment worth US$1.8 billion in Zimbabwe, with US$1.2 billion already committed for implementation. The investment will be spread out over the...
Caledonia Mining says it is to raise more funds than initially planned from its Victoria Falls Stock Exchange (VFEX) listing, after an “extremely positive Zimbabwe investor response” for its stock issue. An extra 630,000 more shares will...
It was once one of the biggest copper mines in the region, but it is hard to tell with the broken public toilets, long queues for water and crumbling staff houses. In Chebanga,...
Zimbabwe’s mining executives are more confident of the industry’s prospects next year than they were in 2021, but their optimism is tempered by old concerns over erratic government policy. According to the Zimbabwe Chamber...
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