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Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC) will spend at least US$200 million in 2018 open new mines in the eastern province of Manicaland as part of the mining groups expansion initiative, businessdigest can exclusively reveal.

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Murowa Mining Atlas

Murowa is a Diamond Mine in Zimbabwe owned by RZ Murowa Holdings, Riozim. General Three kimberlite pipes were discovered on the mine site in 1997. Feasibility studies and mine planning were conducted from 1998 to 2000, with commissi

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Murowa Diamonds Murowa Diamonds is the leading mining

Murowa Diamonds Mine is a 24 hour open pit mining operation. Production from Murowa began in 2004. In 2015 RioZim took over the management of Murowa at a time the company had stopped mining sighting viability issues.

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Major Mines Projects Murowa Mine

The Murowa Diamonds is a small scale, efficient open cast diamond mining operation, producing around 400,000 carats per annum. A truck and shovel method is used to extract ore from the two open pipes.

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Murowa diamond mine. 307 likes. The Murowa diamond mine is a diamond mine located in Mazvihwa, south central Zimbabwe, about 40 kilometres from the Jump to. Sections of this page. Accessibility Help. Press alt + / to open this menu. Limited mining operations began in Murowa in 2004, with full capacity expected to be reached sometime in

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Rios Zimbabwe spin off to acquire Murowa diamond mine

Zimbabwean miner RioZim Limited is negotiating with global giant Rio Tinto in an attempt to acquire the now jointly own Murowa diamond mine in the in south central region of the country.

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Murowa diamond mine

The Murowa diamond mine is a diamond mine located in Mazvihwa, south central Zimbabwe, about 40 kilometres from the asbestos mining town of Zvishavane in the Midlands province. The mine is majority owned and operated by the Rio Tinto Group, which also owns the Argyle diamond mine in Australia and part of the Diavik Diamond Mine in Canada.

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Rio Tinto sells Murowa diamond mine and leaves Zimbabwe

Mining giant Rio Tinto (LONRIO) is leaving Zimbabwe after agreeing to sell its 78% stake in the Murowa Diamonds mine and its 50% holding in the Sengwa Colliery mine to its former local unit

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Murowa mine 'scandal' deepens DailyNews Live

HARARE Controversy continues to dog Rio Tintos disposal of its 78 percent shareholding in Murowa Diamonds, amid fresh claims that the mine was sold for a song under suspicious circumstances to a Islands registered company, RZ Murowa Holdings, in contravention of Zimbabwes laws. When

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Zimbabwe Economic Minerals Mining Zimbabwe

Mining is currently being carried out at Mimosa, Ngezi and Unki Platinum Mines. Mining operations ceased at Hartley Platinum Mine in 2000, because of bad ground conditions. Demand for PGMs has seen an increase in exploration and evaluation of Zimbabwes platinum deposits.

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