Midlands, Zimbabwe Newswire

Midlands, Zimbabwe Newswire

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  1. Zimbabwe: Consider Returning Mine to Mawere, Govt UrgedRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 17, 2017 | AllAfrica.com

    Government should seek investors for Shabani Mashaba Mines or return its ownership to Mr Mutumwa Mawere as part of measures to resume operations, parliamentarians in the National Assembly said on Thursday. The legislators said this while contributing to a motion moved by Zvishavane -- Ngezi representative Cde John Holder on the plight of the former workers of the mine.


  2. Zimbabwe: Chinese Investor to Inject U.S.$100 Million Into MineRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 7, 2016 | AllAfrica.com

    A Chinese investor, Beijing Pinchang, is set to inject $100 million into Kamativi Tin Mine in Matabeleland North province in a deal that will see the company and the Zimbabwe Mining Development Corporation jointly owning the entity, a cabinet Minister has said.The mine, which has been closed for 21 years, has around 40 million tonnes of open cast reserves and is considered one of the best tin mines in the world. Mines and Mining Development Minister Walter Chidhakwa told Parliament that Beijing Pinchang agreed to a deal which would see it injecting $100 million for a 49 percent stake in the joint venture company for the tin mine.


  3. British Africa: Spink London announces the first auction of the David Pitts CollectionRead the original story

    Oct 8, 2016 | Art Daily

    Another series of interesting items comes in the section of Uganda, particularly lot 557, a fascinating 50c. black block of four with border at top, each neatly cancelled with Port Alice datestamp for 11 January 1899.


  4. Zimbabwe: AWA - The New Fearless Voice On Local Rap SceneRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 25, 2016 | AllAfrica.com

    FROM humble beginnings in Bulawayo's oldest suburb, Makokoba, 24-year-old female rapper AWA has managed to turn her horrific life experiences into stories that have taken her places. Real name Awakiwe Sibanda, her stage name AWA is a shorter version of her first name and an acronym for African Women Arise.