BULAWAYO, October 31 (The Source)- Zimbabwe’s largest platinum mine, Zimplats recorded a 0.8 percent decline in output while the second largest Mimosa in Zvishavane recorded a 3.9 percent increase in the first quarter ended 30 September 2017.
HARARE, September 15 (The Source) – South Africa’s Impala Platinum (Implats) says it will consider shutting down its Mimosa mine near Zvishavane if government goes ahead with plans to impose a 15 percent levy on raw platinum exports, which it says will make the mine… Read More
HARARE, August 30 (The Source)- Platinum production at Mimosa in the six months to June reached 60 879 ounces compared to 29 491 ounces during the same period in 2016 largely on improved mining efficiencies. In a trading update on Wednesday Mimosa’s parent company Sibanye-Stillwater… Read More
By Kuda Chideme, HARARE, May 17 (The Source) – Zimbabwe plans to construct a 300,000 tonne platinum refining plant in a joint venture with an Australian-based firm Kelltech at an estimated cost of $200 million, Mines Minister Walter Chidhakwa said on Wednesday The southern African… Read More
BULAWAYO, April 26 (The Source) – The world’s second largest platinum miner, Impala Platinum says production at its 50 percent owned Mimosa Mine in Zvishavane remained unchanged at 30,000 ounces of platinum in the third quarter to March 31. In its unaudited production report for… Read More
HARARE, April 27 (The Source) – Mimosa Platinum mine’s PGM (4E) production for the March 2016 quarter increased to 30.483koz compared to 28.676koz in the same period in 2015. This resulted in a 6 percent year-on-year growth which helped parent group Aquarius achieve a 7… Read More
By Kuda Chideme, HARARE, July 30 (The Source) – Zimbabwe’s transport minister Obert Mpofu has distanced himself from indigenisation deals involving private equity and advisory firm Brainworks and said he was also not involved in soliciting pledges towards the $50 million Zimuto/Marange community ownership trust… Read More