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Karo plans to raise US$260m capital

At nameplate capacity, Karo is expected to process approximately 2,5 million tonnes per annum of ore and produce 190 ounces of PGMs per annum.
By Melody Chikono Jan. 11, 2024

Major shake-up at Kuvimba Mining

This, Zimbabwe Independent understands, is in response to concerns expressed by shareholders over management's failure to meet set targets.
By Freeman Makopa Nov. 10, 2023

82-year-old charms Tour de Great Dyke

"In 1968 I won 10km and 20km events and from that time I started breaking records for fun," Dube told Independent Sport.
By Austin Karonga Nov. 3, 2023

Feature: Politics stifling Mutorashanga growth

The people of Mutorashanga were losing out as the tourists preferred to bring their own drinks, braai packs and other goods.
By Sydney Kawadza Oct. 2, 2023

FEATURE: Ex-chrome mining areas feel the heat

Although the companies have left, they buy chrome from artisanal miners in the area.
By Elma Zhoya Aug. 25, 2023

‘Treasury lost $1,6 trillion to tax exemptions’

In a bid to attract investment, the government has been offering tax incentives to some foreign companies, a move described by civil society organisations as harmful and unfair.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Jul. 27, 2023

Kuvimba pumps US$100m into Great Dyke platinum project

Located in the Great Dyke area, the mine is considered to be among the biggest platinum group metals (PGMs) deposits in the world. It is situated nearly 65 kilometres from Harare.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Jun. 12, 2023

Chiadzwa community, govt and ZCDC smoke peace pipe

The parties, however, said they were smoking a peace pipe and in a seven-page document, spelt how they would move forward, and improve engagements.
By Freeman Makopa May. 26, 2023

Not yet time to pop the champagne

It has the resource, and any banker would be willing to extend loans to an investor like that.
By Shame Makoshori May. 26, 2023