Zimbabwe miners reject state minerals control
May 24, 2013 | 04:10 PM
| Bianca Markram
JOHANNESBURG The Chamber of Mines of Zimbabwe, a private industry group, is set to reject the governments proposal to auction off mineral deposits and control the production of strategic commodities, AMM sister publication Metal Bulletin has learned.
The group is expected to present its response to the governments new minerals policy later this month.
Recently elected chamber president Alex Mhembere, who also is chief executive officer of Zimplats Holdings Ltd., said that he will seek better dialogue with the government. ....
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