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Nhema defies indigenisation

Nhema defies indigenisation

THE Youth, Indigenisation and Economic Empowerment minister Francis Nhema on Wednesday dithered on the issue of the proposed $50 million bailout for Hwange Colliery Company offered by controversial British tycoon Nicholas Van Hoogstraten.

Blow for Hwange Colliery workers

Blow for Hwange Colliery workers

BULAWAYO Labour Court president Justice Mercy Moya-Matshanga yesterday declared that a two-week strike by Hwange Colliery employees was illegal and ordered the company to convene a disciplinary hearing using the relevant code of conduct.

When protest becomes a national duty

When protest becomes a national duty

EVERYONE should stop what he or she is doing for five minutes each day and protest about something they absolutely cannot stand because protest is really a national duty.

Hwange floats open cast mining tender

Hwange floats open cast mining tender

HWANGE Colliery Company (HCC) Limited has floated a tender for a contractor as it moves to expand its mining operations to ramp up production volumes and improve capacity.

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