HARARE, January 9 (The Source) – Government has secured a $150 million facility to revive three gold mines run by its Zimbabwe Mining Development Corporation (ZMDC), an official said on Tuesday.
ZVISHAVANE, August 1 (The Source) – Sabi Gold Mine in Zvishavane produced 79, 6 kilogrammes of gold in the first four months since reopening in March this year, according to the judicial manager.
ZVISHAVANE, May 8 (The Source) – Sabi Gold Mine in Zvishavane is now operating at 40 percent after resuming operations early this year but managing director, Brian Chandiwana says the miner can double production by next year. The mine reopened in March after a… Read More
GWERU, March 16 (The Source) – Commissioning of Sabi Gold Mine in Zvishavane has been set for the end of March after a $6 million investment by a private company and government arranged a $7 million deal for the supply of equipment, mines minister Walter… Read More
By Chipo Musoko, HARARE, December 17 (The Source) – Troubled Sabi Gold Mine, a subsidiary of the state-owned mining investment vehicle, Zimbabwe Mining Development Corporation (ZMDC) has sold off its dumps and will receive a deposit $10 million once creditors approve the disposal, the High… Read More
By Bernard Mpofu, November 24 (The Source) – State-owned mining investment vehicle, Zimbabwe Mining Development Corporation (ZMDC) is seeking $54 million to restart its three mothballed gold mines, a report by a British trade mission has shown. ZMDC acting general manager, Wilson Chinzou told the… Read More