The decision by the government to peg gold dealing licence fees at US$200,000 has been viewed as an outrageous move capable of promoting lawlessness in the precious mineral industry in Zimbabwe. Read More...
A primary school classroom in Kwekwe collapsed into a mine shaft due to improper underground mining activities allegedly being carried out by powerful politicians. Illegal miners have been digging under Globe & Phoenix Primary School… Read More...
By Marcus Tawona | The Zimbabwean |
The diamond sector is not thriving because government has allowed military people out of barracks to pose as miners in Marange, says Farai Maguwu, director of the Centre for Natural Resources… Read More...
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