want to invest in Zimbabwe's Mineral
We are mining brokers and offer local partnership
structures to foreign investors
interested in Zimbabwe's mineral resources.
We are best
positioned to be the foreign investor’s
indigenous equity partner.
The foreign partner brings in the:-
• Capital and
• Technical expertise.
We in turn:-
• Manage the acquisition
of mining rights and mining concessions.
• Manage the geopolitics.
Our interest is mining projects in chrome,
coal, diamonds cutting and polishing, gold, iron ore, oil &
gas and platinum. We are however willing
to explore any commercially viable resource
on a case by case basis.
Zimbabwe has a well documented rich mineral
base which is partially explored.
During the decade long political and economic
turmoil ending 2009 a lot of ‘mineral
pregnant’ land has been abandoned
and now lies idle.
The time to regroup and harness these assets
is NOW as the dust is beginning to settle
– this is no false dawn – Zimbabweans
and shrewd investors stand a chance to make
astronomical gains by forming strategic
partnerships with locals and taking to the
mines before the flood gates open and opportunities
become more difficult to grasp.
Zimbabwe is noted for its variety of economic
minerals. The country is an important world
producer of gold, platinum, chrome, lithium,
asbestos and caesium, mines high quality
emerald and for many years was the world’s
largest producer of corundum for which demand
is now fading in the face of competition
from synthetic materials. The Bikita complex
is one of the world’s largest lithium
There is a long history of mining; ancient
workings scattered through many parts of
the country point to the extraction of gold,
copper and iron prior to the arrival of
white settlers in the late nineteenth century.
Modern mining began in 1892 when gold was
produced in the Masvingo area and by 1984
over 40 different metals, industrial minerals
and gemstones were being produced in the
The two most valuable minerals to the country
over this period have consistently been
gold and asbestos. Smelters and refineries
process ores of nickel, copper, chrome and
tin into finished materials for export and
internal use, and iron ore is processed
in the ZISCO steelworks at Redcliff into
a range of iron and steel products.
The Great Dyke, which cuts through the
centre of the country, has potential for
platinum production and is a huge resource
of high-grade chromite ore – Zimbabwe
has the world’s largest known resource
of high-chromium ores, these are held mainly
within the great dyke, and in 1984 was the
fifth largest producer of chrome.
The ‘recently discovered’ Chiyadzwa
Diamond fields are yet to be ‘officially’
surveyed but are said to be nearly as large
as the Botswana deposits.
Zimbabwe is well endowed with coal resources.
Over 11 billion tonnes of in situ coal reserves
occur within Zimbabwe, of which 2.5 billion
tonnes are considered to be opencastable.
Over 90% of the reserves lie in the Middle
The only area in the country that has been
exploited for its coal resources is that
known as the reduced Wankie Coal Concession.
Rio Tinto Plc. which holds a special grant
over Sengwa South Deposit should start serious
production once mining development is complete.
There is also potential for the construction
of an ammonium-from-coal plant to produce
fertilizers and explosives.
In light of the above, we believe that
venturing into mining presents the largest
‘open cheque’ opportunity for
the nation and mining companies.
In short - The government’s empowerment
drive must be seized with all ‘three
hands’, such an opportunity cannot
be described as rare. Maybe we can call
it unique, making the strictest use of the
An opportunity this great may possibly
never knock on the door of Zimbabweans ever
Send us your mining project proposals:
Email Us at: email@example.com