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Zimbabwe Miners Federation (ZMF)’s FS Mining and the Ministry of Mines and Mining Development’ Defold Mine PVT LTD have penned a strategic joint venture meant to operationalise gold centres in various provinces, with the first centre expected by June this year. The signing was held at the Ministry of Mines and Mining Development Headquarters in...

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The Zimbabwe Miners Federation (ZMF) has formed a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV), FS Mining (Pvt) Ltd that will run and manage the Federations projects. In a statement released by the organisation, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Mr Wellington Takavarasha said the Body’s Presidium formed FS Mining following the resolution at the last general council meeting at Rainbow Towers...

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ZIMBABWE’s  total gold output for the first two months of the year spiked by 137 percent for 5130,7 kilograms compared to 2168.3kg in the corresponding period in 2021,official figures show. According to production figures available by the Fidelity Printers and Refiners, which is the country’s sole gold buyer ,the buoyant small-scale mining sector continues to...

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The small-scale and artisanal mining (ASM) sector has continued to dominate in the country’s economic revival by contributing over 77 percent of total gold deliveries to Fidelity Gold Refinery (FGR) in January 2022. Speaking at the ZMF Induction and Stakeholders Consultative Workshop on Wednesday, Zimbabwe Miners Federation (ZMF) President Ms. Henrietta Rushwaya said the ASM sector delivered a total...

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The Zimbabwe Miners Federation (ZMF) has made strides to strategise on the achievement of the US$8 Billion mining industry in 2022. The organisation’s strategies have proved to be momentous and fecund as the ASM sector has already contributed 1.4 tonnes of the 1.8 tonnes of gold submissions to the country’s sole gold buyer and exporter Fidelity...

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Zimbabwe Miners Federation (ZMF) CEO Wellington Takavarasha has advised small scale miners to take precautions and avoid going underground amidst tropical Cyclone Ana which left a trail of destruction in Masvingo province, a day after causing similar damage in Manicaland, where it destroyed bridges, schools and houses, leaving hundreds of families stranded in Nyanga, Buhera...

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Agent is required to physically peg the area by marking the deposit with a discovery peg. He should also post Prospecting, Discovery and Registration notices on the ground. The notices must be posted in a conspicuous manner to alert other prospectors. • Before posting these notices the agent is required to inform or seek consent...

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Zimbabwe Miners Federation (ZMF) will on Thursday host a webinar meeting with Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) officials to look into the challenges faced by the Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining (ASM) sector on taxation, ZMF CEO Wellington Takavarasha has said. The ASM sector has a myriad of problems characterized by low productivity, under-capitalisation, lack of technical...

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Zimbabwe Miners Federation (ZMF) has implored women with disabilities to fully participate in mainstream mining activities. ZMF secretary for people with disabilities, Prazini Jakata said they should take advantage of the new policy. “No one has been left out. ZMF has made it simple for people with disabilities to be involved in mining. They have...

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Henrietta Rushwaya is the current serving President of the Zimbabwe Miners Federation (ZMF). She assumed office in June 2021 after being resoundingly endorsed by all Provinces in an election she ran unopposed. A miner in her own right, Henrietta Rushwaya is one of the only five female Presidents to run the mining industry world over....

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