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20/07/2017
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07/07/2017
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31/05/2017
RETIREMENT OF DEPUTY CHAIRMAN - Mineral Deposits Limited
 
 
 
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   13/03/2015
 
Zim diamond mines to become state owned
 
Zimbabwe will bring all diamond mining operations in the country under one firm in which the state will have a 50% shareholding, mines minister Walter Chidhakwa announced on Thursday, adding that the miners have until Monday to accept the proposal. He added that government was ready to buy out mining companies that are not willing to be part of the consolidated unit.
 
President Robert Mugabe’s government has stakes of varying degrees in all firms operating in the Marange fields on the eastern border with Mozambique, but the new proposal could see Rio Tinto Plc’s Murowa Diamonds, which operates in south-central Zimbabwe, coming under government control.
 
Murowa, 78% owned by Rio, with the balance owned by Zimbabwean-listed spin-off RioZim, produced 344 000 carats of predominantly gem-quality diamonds in 2014.
 
Source: News Day, Zimbabwe
 
 

 
 
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