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Land Reform Was About Equity, Not Race

For Zimbabwe’s white commercial farmers still remaining on the land, it was news worth the wait. It wasn’t certainly the best, that is if they choose to nitpick about the difference between a 99-year lease and a title deed. But most got far better than they had bargained for. President …

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Zimbabwe to Entice Investors At Mining Indaba

By Savious Kwinika Johannesburg — THE upcoming Mining Indaba in South Africa will present a platform for the new administration in Zimbabwe to attract investments into the country. One of the most-eagerly anticipated events at the forum set for Cape Town, the Zimbabwe Mining Dialogue is a multi-stakeholder platform aimed …

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Sasol Company Eyes Zimbabwe Warily

The South Africa Synthetic Oil Liquid (SASOL) company is reportedly looking at Zimbabwe as one of its potential areas of investment with much caution according to the Joint President and Chief Executive Officer Bongani Nqwababa. Asked what needs to be done by the new president for the company to come …

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99-Year Leases for White Farmers

Government has directed that all remaining white commercial farmers be issued with 99-year leases, a marked policy shift from the previous arrangement where they could only get five-year leases. The directive is in line with President Mnangagwa’s policy position as enunciated in his inauguration address on November 24 last year …

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President Mnangagwa Targets U.S.$2,5 Billion Investment Approvals

Zimbabwe expects approved investment proposals to reach a record $2,5 billion this year, on the back of growing positive investor sentiment and interest following political changes that took place in November last year. President Mnangagwa, who took over in November last year following the resignation of former President Mugabe has …

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JSE Listed Miner Eyes Zim Assets

Johannesburg Stock Exchange listed gold miner, Pan African Resources is negotiating with joint administrators of ASA Resource PLC for acquisition of “certain” assets of the group in Zimbabwe. The reported ongoing negotiations come as 52 percent of ASA shareholders have allegedly accepted a 2,1 pence a share offer from a …

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NRZ Fails to Move 200 000t Chrome Ore

By Freedom Mupanedemo Ferro-chrome producer, Zimasco, is stuck with over 200 000 tonnes of ore after the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) failed to fulfil its obligation to transport them due to a shortage of wagons. Zimasco marketing manager Mrs Clara Sadomba said the firm and NRZ signed an agreement …

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AMG Well Financed Ahead of Zimbabwe Expansion

By Ipeleng Makore Johannesburg — THE African Medallion Group’s (AMG) has announced that its gold reserves have surpassed the R1 billion (US$83,9 million) mark, making it an attractive buy for gold investors. The 14 month old start-up’s accelerated growth has given it a boost as it plans to enter the …

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Govt to Train Farmers On Irrigation

Government will soon be training farmers who benefited under the Pedstock Centre Pivot Irrigation loan facility on the operation, maintenance and management of their irrigation equipment. The training, which is being conducted by the Department of Irrigation Development, will be carried out in all provinces. In a statement yesterday, the …

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