• Metallon Halts Output at Three Zimbabwe Gold Mines Over ...

    Zimbabwean laws force producers to sell their metal to the central bank, which only allows companies to retain a portion of their export proceeds. Metallon suspended operations after a group of workers applied to have business-rescue measures implemented at two of its mines, the company said Sunday in an emailed response to questions.

  • China’s pains over Zimbabwe’s indigenization plan

    Apr 26, 2016· With Zimbabwe clamping down on the enforcement of its controversial indigenization law, Yun Sun discusses how this law could impact China, the country's largest source of foreign investment.

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  • BRICS seen from a weakening Zimbabwe | FAIR

    Apr 10, 2014· There continue to be reports of human rights abuses perpetrated by Chinese employers against their Zimbabwean employees, as well as reports that China’s co-owned ventures in the diamond mines contributed to the war chest that helped Mugabe hire an Israeli firm, Nikuv, to undermine the integrity of the July 2013 elections, which he won handsomely.

  • Diamonds are an autocrat’s best friend - The Zimbabwean

    For a country with an annual budget of $4 billion, 30% of which comes from the money that does make its way from the diamond mines to the government’s coffers through taxes and other fees, this move has enormous economic significance. Factor in Zimbabwe’s recent attempts to convince international donors and investors that its basket case economic days are behind it, and the ...

  • China in the heart of Africa | Africa Renewal

    "China’s gift to Africa.” The new headquarters of the African Union, a towering 20-storey building in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, is so called because China picked up the $200 million tab for the ...

  • Zimbabwe's top 10 economic challenges | Fin24

    Nov 26, 2017· INCOMING interim Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa has an enormous task awaiting him on both the political and economic front. The euphoric joy sweeping Zimbabwe after the ousting after 37 years in power of Robert Mugabe (and his wife Grace, who had her sights firmly set on the presidency) is based largely on the populace’s hopes with regards to radical changes on the …

  • Zimbabwe is booming – but its future lies in Chinese hands ...

    Aug 01, 2013· Zimbabwe is booming – but its future lies in Chinese hands China's willingness to do business with Robert Mugabe makes a mockery of Western sanctions

  • Building competitive economies in Africa - NewsDay Zimbabwe

    May 18, 2018· Zimbabwean manufacturers offered me product at over $6 per unit and five months’ delivery, South Africa $3,60 and three months’ delivery, China $1,67 a …

  • Privatization Effects on Economic Growth

    In recent times, countries like China and Cuba, as well as many other developing countries have begun to implement privatization in the hope of stimulating economic growth. Over the period of 10 years between 1984 and 1994, there has been a world-wide shift ... Privatization Effects on Economic Growth ...

  • Zimbabwe Drifts Towards Online Darkness - Coda Story

    China has traditionally been a close ally of Zimbabwe and is the single biggest financial investor in the country’s beleaguered economy. China has invested billions in diamond and platinum mines, new highways and electricity-generating dams.

  • China's Oil Safari - CBS News

    Mar 02, 2007· China was an early supporter of Robert Mugabe's Zimbabwean African National Union (ZANU) during the struggle against white rule in what was still Rhodesia in the 1970s. ... Anyone who helps China ...

  • Would you accept tobacco-funded education system ...

    Aug 15, 2019· While referred to as Dunnolly Primary School in Zimbabwean media, Chinese sources call the school China Tobacco Ma Bo Hope Primary School, reportedly named after a former Tian Ze Tobacco employee ...

  • North Korea & The Zimbabwe Coup « Breaking Defense ...

    Nov 15, 2017· North Korea trained Zimbabwe’s infamous Fifth Brigade, infamous for murder and mayhem until it was disbanded in 1988. The brigade reported directly to …

  • China Diamond Mining News Monitoring Service & Press ...

    Oct 21, 2019· The International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) is where global mining leaders connect with technology, finance and the future. Now in its 6th year, it is Australia’s largest mining event bringing together over 7000 decision makers, mining leaders, policy makers, investors, commodity buyers, technical experts, innovators and educators from over 100 countries to Melbourne for four ...

  • Top Ten operating mines in Zimbabwe 2018 – Mining Zimbabwe

    Dec 14, 2018· The Zvishavane based platinum producer, has always been visible in its corporate responsibility initiatives. Its role in economic development should never be underestimated especially from the fact that it has managed to keep alight the mining town of Zvishavane following the folding of the once vibrant Shabani Mines.

  • Productivity Improvement in Underground Coal Mines - A ...

    India has emerged as the third largest coal producer in the world after China and USA with a 9% share of the total global coal production. While the coal production from underground mining in countries like China, USA and Australia are about 95, 33 and 20% respectively, India produces only about 15% of coal from underground mines (Prasad 2009).

  • Chinese mining company’s recklessness costs villagers ...

    May 23, 2016· Chinese mining company’s recklessness costs villagers. By newsday ... According to a Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Mines and Energy inquiry covering 2011-2013, there were a lot ...

  • The world's worst coal mining disasters

    May 15, 2014· While technological improvements and stricter safety regulations have reduced coal mining related deaths, accidents are still too common. China, which produces more than one-third of annual global coal output, accounts for more than two-thirds …

  • Yes, neighbourly South Africa helps keep Zimbabwe’s lights ...

    Yes, neighbourly South Africa helps keep Zimbabwe’s lights on October 4, 2018 by Nelson Banya in Fact Reports , Social Services Night school students study in candle light after a power cut in Harare’s Mabvuku suburb on November 3, 2010.

  • Sam Pa, 88 Queensway, KKG & Bureau 39: A case study in how ...

    These include close partnerships with the governments of Zimbabwe and Angola in their diamond mines, and with Angola’s oil ministry, via an entity called China Sonangol, that was “deemed so corrupt in 2003 that Citibank closed all its accounts.” The routine need to bribe officials is not a deal-breaker for Queensway either.

  • The DRC And China’s Sicomines: Why Future Deals Should Be ...

    Apr 09, 2019· It was confidently billed at the time as the “deal of the century”. The Sino Congolaise des Mines (Sicomines) was the most significant Chinese investment project in Africa when it was agreed in 2007. The infrastructure agreement gave Chinese partners mining rights to cobalt and copper in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). These minerals are […]

  • Mining, Minerals and Sustainable Development (MMSD ...

    Between 2000 and 2002, the Mining, Minerals and Sustainable Development (MMSD) project carried out research, analysis and consultation. This introduction describes what the project set out to do and the process that evolved to accomplish those goals.

  • Mozambique: Civil war | Mass Atrocity Endings

    Aug 07, 2015· The turning point arrived when South African and covert American aid to RENAMO was curtailed after 1988, while Soviet, East German, and Zimbabwean assistance to FRELIMO tapered off between 1989 and 1991. These changes in regional and international support, coupled with new financial incentives and multi-lateral diplomatic initiatives, compelled ...

  • Coal miner deaths jump in 2017 after 2016's low point ...

    Jan 03, 2018· CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Coal mining deaths surged in the U.S. in 2017, one year after they hit a record low. The nation's coal mines recorded …

  • Zimbabwe eyes China investment as Mugabe meets Xi

    Aug 25, 2014· At least two China-linked firms, Anjin Investments and Jinan Mining, have operated concessions at Zimbabwe's hugely valuable Marange diamond fields. Zimbabwe's military, police and intelligence services are believed to have links to the mines, where overseas campaign groups have raised concerns about rights abuses.

  • Analysis - Geomarkets Africa

    Oct 17, 2019· Zimbabwean government-controlled media reported January 24 that President Emmerson Mnangagwa approved the appointments of Russia’s ALROSA and China’s Anjin Investments as the country’s foreign partners to explore and mine diamond concessions in Zimbabwe. The development marks progress in the Zimbabwean government’s commitment to ...

  • China, Zimbabwe agree to deepen cooperation in key areas

    China and Zimbabwe on Wednesday agreed to deepen mutually beneficial cooperation in key areas and promote their relationship to a new level. The agreement was reached during a meeting between ...

  • China, alleged to have influenced Zimbabwe coup, is set to ...

    China, alleged to have influenced Zimbabwe coup, is set to benefit from Mugabe's replacement ... Former Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe and Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing on August 25 ...

  • Africa :: Zimbabwe — The World Factbook - Central ...

    Zimbabwe's Great Dyke, running vertically through the center of this scene, probably formed slowly over centuries, as molten rock forced its way up from the Earth's interior through the Zimbabwe Craton. The dyke stretches about 530 km (330 mi) across the craton and varies from between 3 and 12 km (2 and 7 mi) wide long its length.

  • (PDF) " BOOM OR GLOOM? " AN EXAMINATION OF THE IMPACT …

    The provisions of the Mines and Minerals Act are also controversial and worsen women’s access to sustainable livelihoods. The Mines and Minerals Act in s26 lists communal land as land open for mining activities. Exploration of mineral resources supersedes usufruct rights that communal farmers have over land with minimum compensation.

  • Diamonds and the Crocodile: China’s Role in the Zimbabwe ...

    Nov 22, 2017· China’s ties with the Zimbabwean Army, from which the Lacoste faction draws its strength, are particularly deep. ... The diamond mines were, in …

  • Papua New Guinea and China's New Empire - The Globe and Mail

    Papua New Guinea and China's New Empire. ... China helps keep his government afloat by investing heavily in Zimbabwean farming, in coal, diamond and gold mines and in tobacco factories. ...