MINES and Mining Development Minister Walter Chidhakwa has commended the mining sector for remaining resilient despite the tough economic environment prevailing in the country.
Local manufacturers need to produce at least 40% of equipment and consumables required by the mining industry. Mines and Mining Development minister Walter Chidhakwa said government was on a drive to have most of the sector’s requirements procured locally.
Government, industry must work together. The government and the mining industry should continue working together to consolidate the sector’s achievements while also crafting strategies for economic development, Mines and Mining Development Minister, Honorable Walter Chidhakwa said yesterday. He said this was necessary as the mining industry anchored the country’s economic revival and sustainable development.
THE Chamber of Mines of Zimbabwe (CoMZ) says the country’s mining industry is expected to recover this year following the government and private sector interventions to address structural distortions and cost of doing business. Speaking at the Mining, Engineering and Transport (Mine Entra) 2016 conference in Bulawayo yesterday, CoMZ president Toindepi Muganyi said despite challenges […]
‘We need roads to create wealth’ ZAMBIAN national road agency has applauded the Zimbabwe National Roads Administration (ZINARA) for its outstanding road infrastructure rehabilitation programme, saying the country has set a good example on infrastructure development.
Seize unique networking opportunity @Mine Entra MINES and Mining Development Minister, Honorable Walter Chidhakwa, has implored investors and service providers in the sector including suppliers and financiers to seize the unique networking opportunity presented by the Mining, Engineering and Transport (Mine Entra) expo to engage in win-win business deals.
MINES and Mining Development Minister Walter Chidhakwa will officially launch the $100 million loan facility by Chinese mining equipment manufacturer, XCMG Group which will see the availing of the first tranche of mining components worth $5 million to small-scale miners on Friday at the Mine Entra exhibition.