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Chibuku’s Fairbridge plant starts production

Chibuku’s Fairbridge plant starts production

Delta Beverages’ customers in Matabeleland will for the first time today test products from the company’s new Chibuku plant in Fairbridge on the outskirts of Bulawayo.

Chidhakwa urges Zim mining companies to practise value addition

Chidhakwa urges Zim mining companies to practise value addition

Mines and Mining Development minister Walter Chidhakwa has urged mining companies in Zimbabwe to prioritise value addition in their products as a way of creating jobs in the country.

China group to build Zimbabwe coal power plant

China group to build Zimbabwe coal power plant

HARARE – Zimbabwe’s PER Lusulu Power has signed an agreement with China State Construction Engineering Corp Ltd to build a coal power station in April next year, company officials said on Thursday.

PICTURES: Mine Entra Day 1

PICTURES: Mine Entra Day 1

People register to participate at the Mine Entra exhibition at ZITF Grounds, Bulawayo, yesterday

Build your own power station, Chidhakwa tells complaining miners

Build your own power station, Chidhakwa tells complaining miners

BULAWAYO – Mines and Mining Development minister Walter Chidhakwa says mining companies in Zimbabwe should collaborate and build a power station to mitigate power shortages in the country.

Mine Entra roars into life

Mine Entra roars into life

AT least 92% of the available space has been taken up as the regional Mining, Engineering and Transport (Mine Entra) exhibition roars into life in Bulawayo today.

Resuscitate the economy, stop devoting on politics: expert

Resuscitate the economy, stop devoting on politics: expert

BUSINESS people in Zimbabwe should focus more in the areas of expertise to resuscitate the economy instead of devoting more attention on politics, an expert has said.

Caledonia revises Blanket mine expansion

Caledonia revises Blanket mine expansion

ONTARIO – Caledonia Mining has reworked the preliminary economic assessment for the expansion of operations at its Blanket mine in Matabeleland South, after the Ontario Securities Commission asked it to consider expansion below the 750 metre level as a standalone project.

CSC loses more property

CSC loses more property

BULAWAYO – Property worth millions of dollars belonging to the state-owned meat processor, Cold Storage Company (CSC) is set to go under the hammer today over unpaid debt to the Bulawayo City Council.

Zimbabwe 2015 tobacco sales down 8.5%

Zimbabwe 2015 tobacco sales down 8.5%

Zimbabwe’s tobacco sales have dropped 8.5% to 188.5 million kgs this year after drought in southern Africa affected production of the country’s top export earner, an official said on Thursday.

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