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Ran Mines To Resume Operations

One of the province’s rich gold mines, Ran Mines in Bindura which closed in 1999 is set to resume operations in June this year. Jack Murehwa, the mine Corporate Affairs Manager said all necessary procedures including acquiring the environment impact assessment and the sampling of gold have already been done. …

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MPs Blast Chinese Investments In Hwange

Hwange Members of Parliament have called for clarity and the community’s involvement in the granting of mining rights to foreign companies. This comes in the wake of a standoff between the Dinde community and a Chinese investor over the latter’s proposed coal exploration operations in the area. Villagers argue that …

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Makorokoza Poison Livestock In Zvishavane

Reckless artisanal miners in Zvishavane are causing unnecessary livestock losses after the animals drink water laced with cyanide, which finds its way into water weirs during processing of gold, Nhau has learnt. Farmers at Kromdry in Zvishavane district recently raised alarm after failing to identify a “new disease” outbreak that …

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TelOne Workers Up In Arms With Regional Manager

TelOne workers in Mashonaland West and Mashonaland Central are up in arms with Regional Manager Kanganwai Sande for refusing to give them off days. The workers argue that most private companies and Government departments countrywide have sent their workers home in order to minimise the risk of contracting the deadly …

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Toll Gates Now Accepting US Dollars

The Ministry of Transport and Infrastructural Development has with immediate effect authorised the Zimbabwe National Roads Administration (ZINARA) to accept toll fees in foreign currency. According to Statutory Instrument 32 of 2021, light motor vehicles will pay US$2, minibuses US$3, buses US$4 while heavy vehicles and haulage trucks will part …

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Stung By The Lockdown, Some Businesses Resume Operations

A number of shops opened for business in Bindura this week, including unregistered hardware shops and phone dealerships. Vendors appeared to have attained ‘freedom of the town’ status as well, there were everywhere within the central business district while law enforcement was nowhere in sight. At Chipadze Shopping Centre, a …

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