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New twist to Makomo, Zambezi Gas coal field feud

Nov 25, 2018· Zambezi Gas says its special grant gives it 19 720 hectares, and accuses Zimbabwe's biggest coal miner by output, Makomo, of clandestinely annexing over 11 720ha of its claims.

ZIMBABWE'S GOLD POTENTIAL | Miningreview

Feb 14, 2008· Zimbabwe is perhaps the only country whose colonisation by Europeans was a direct result of its perceived rich and wide variety of gold deposits. The Portuguese occupied parts of the country in the 17th century and traded in gold with local miners.

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Zimbabwe has abundant natural resources including diamond, gold, coal, iron ore, chromium ore, vanadium, asbestos, nickel, copper, lithium, tin, and platinum group metals. Overview of Resources Diamond, old and platinum-group metals (PGMs) have been the most economically significant natural resources out of 30 or so minerals and mineral-based commodities produced in Zimbabwe.

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Makomo Resources is the largest privately owned coal producer in Zimbabwe. We supply Zimbabwe's power stations, and industrial and agricultural sectors. By investing in coal we are building a sustainable future for the people of Zimbabwe, providing an energy source that will

Makomo wins coal claims dispute Mining Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe Mining Affairs Board has finally settled the acrimonious coal claims dispute between Makomo Resources and Zambezi Gas, delivering a ruling in favour of the former as the rightful owners of the coal infested land. Zambezi Gas had on September 19, 2018, written to the Mining Affairs Board seeking recourse after alleging that Makomo was encroaching into its claims located in Matabeleland North

Zambezi Gas doubles coal production | The Zimbabwe Daily

Nov 19, 2018· Zambezi Gas, a small coal miner in Hwange, has doubled production to 100 000 tonnes per month since it started operating nearly two years ago, the visiting Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Mines and Energy was told.

Zambezi Gas starts coal mining | The Sunday News

ZAMBEZI Gas will start marketing coal from its Entuba concession in Hwange in June, as it is expecting to start extracting the mineral after completing removal of the overburden material. The company's chief executive officer, Mr Thomas Nherera, said mining operations started late last year with removal of the overburden while the extraction of coal was expected to commence next month.

Makomo Resources denies grabbing Zambezi Gas land

Nov 21, 2018· HWANGE Hwange-based coal mining company Makomo Resources has denied grabbing Zambezi Gas' land. This comes after Zambezi Gas appealed to the Temba Mliswa-led parliamentary panel to help get its land back allegedly grabbed by Makomo Resources, which is the largest privately-owned coal producer in Zimbabwe.

Makota Menard Mine Manager Zambezi Gas Coal Mine

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Mliswa sucked into mine dispute | The Zimbabwe Daily

Zambezi Gas and Makomo some of the country's largest coal producers are locked in a turf war over the control of over 11 000 hectares of coal-rich claims in Matabeleland North province. The dispute is negatively impacting on the country's coal haul at a time President Mnangagwa's Zimbabwe is Open for Business mantra is showing green shoots that are certain to result in a rise in energy demand.

Zambezi Gas, Coal Mine appeals to Govt Bulawayo24 News

Nov 20, 2018· Zambezi Gas and Coal Mine has implored Government to expeditiously resolve a dispute in which it is accusing Makomo Resources of encroaching into 11 200 hectare

Zambezi Gas doubles coal production in Hwange

Zimbabwe Daily reported that Zambezi Gas, a small coal miner in Hwange, has doubled production to 100 000 tonnes per month since it started operating nearly two years ago, the visiting

Zambezi Gas doubles coal production Zimbabwe Business News

Nov 19, 2018· Zambezi Gas doubles coal production November 19, 2018 Business Zambezi Gas, a small coal miner in Hwange, has doubled production to 100 000 tonnes per month since it started operating nearly two years ago, the visiting Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Mines and Energy was told.

Zambezi Gas coal output increases Business Daily News

On the domestic market, the Zimbabwe Power Company, a subsidiary of Zesa Holdings, is the major consumer of coal. Coal has been the dominant energy mineral for Zimbabwe. Zambezi Gas, which ventured into a $12 million coal mining project in 2014, has put on hold its $100 million coal-bed methane gas venture due to financial constraints. The mining concern was granted special gas and coal

Zimbabwe: Coal Output Plummets allAfrica

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Mar 02, 2017· Coal production was at 2,7 million tonnes last year, representing a 38 percent decline from 4,3 million tonnes in 2015, according to the Chamber of Mines of Zimbabwe

Zambezi Gas doubles coal production Zimbabwe Business News

Nov 19, 2018· Zambezi Gas doubles coal production November 19, 2018 Business Zambezi Gas, a small coal miner in Hwange, has doubled production to 100 000 tonnes per month since it started operating nearly two years ago, the visiting Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Mines and Energy was told.

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Reserves. The Zambeze coal mine is a tier 1 coking coal project located in north-western Mozambique in the Changara district near Tete province. Owned by Riversdale Mining, the property is spread over 24,740ha and is one of the biggest undeveloped coking coal projects in the world. The mine lies adjacent to the Benga project,

New twist to Makomo, Zambezi Gas coal field feud

Nov 25, 2018· Zambezi Gas says its special grant gives it 19 720 hectares, and accuses Zimbabwe's biggest coal miner by output, Makomo, of clandestinely annexing over 11 720ha of its claims.

ZIMBABWE's coal production has plummeted to unprecedented

Mar 03, 2017· Zimbabwe hosts large reserves of coal in the lower Karoo formations of the Zambezi basin and the Save-Limpopo basins with an estimated resource of more than 12 billion tonnes. The country has two major coal producing mines, namely Makomo Resources and Hwange Colliery Company.

Zambezi Gas coal output increases | The Chronicle

Coal has been the dominant energy mineral for Zimbabwe. Zambezi Gas, which ventured into a $12 million coal mining project in 2014, has put on hold its $100 million coal-bed methane gas venture

Zambezi Gas starts coal production in Hwange | The Herald

ZAMBEZI Gas has commenced full scale coal production in Hwange with the company already exploring export markets in light of subdued local demand, an official said.

Zambezi Gas, Makomo brawl over claims zimbabwesituation

Jun 10, 2018· ZAMBEZI Gas, a coal mining firm in Hwange, is breathing fire over its loss of 11 720 hectares of land allegedly to Makomo Resources under unclear circumstances. Owned by locals, some of whom have operations outside the country, Zambezi Gas was established in 2003 but full operations commenced in March last year at it's mine in Sinamatela, Hwange.

ZIMBABWE'S GOLD POTENTIAL | Miningreview

Feb 14, 2008· Zimbabwe is perhaps the only country whose colonisation by Europeans was a direct result of its perceived rich and wide variety of gold deposits. The Portuguese occupied parts of the country in the 17th century and traded in gold with local miners.

Temba Mliswa Dragged Into Another Hwange Mining Scandal

Zambezi Gas and Makomo some of the country's largest coal producers are locked in a turf war over the control of over 11 000 hectares of coal-rich claims in Matabeleland North province.