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About 75 results for "zimbabwe iron steel"

Nothing Happening At Zisco, Essar Nowhere to Be Seen - Management

MANAGEMENT at iron and steel giant, Ziscosteel say they are in the dark about the takeover by India's Essar Holdings and the company is selling scrap metal to remain afloat, Parliament heard on Tuesday. Essar, the African unit of Essar Group in ... AllAfrica.com, 1 month ago

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Zimbabwe Herald, 2 months ago
Bulawayo24 News

Redcliff Council locks out 200 people from houses

Kwekwe — Those who thought the Redcliff community, smarting from the effects of the collapse of iron and steel giant Ziscosteel had seen enough, were taken aback on Tuesday when the local authority led by Zanu PF Mayor Freddy Kapuya locked out ...
 Zimbabwe Standard1 month ago 200 people locked out of homes  Bulawayo24 News1 month ago

Zimbabwe's Agenda for Sadc: Regional, international priorities

President Mugabe assuming the Sadc chair while flanked by Foreign Affairs Minister and chairperson of the Sadc Council of Ministers Simbarashe Mumbengegwi and Sadc Executive Secretary Dr Stergomena Lawrence Tax in Victoria Falls recently. Address ...
 Zimbabwe Herald1 day ago Zimbabwe's Agenda for SADC - Regional, International Priorities  Individual.com1 day ago Sadc: Persian gulf of minerals  Zimbabwe Herald1 month ago SADC - 'Persian Gulf' of Minerals  Individual.com1 month ago
Zimbabwe Herald

Less talk, more action at NewZim Steel

Four years down the line there seems to be very little happening at NewZim Steel Victoria Ruzvidzo Business Focus When I visited India in 2011, I had the opportunity to meet up with senior executives from Essar Holdings, who expressed keen ...
 Zimbabwe Herald1 month ago
Antara News

Number of Indonesian tourists to Zimbabwe increases

The number of Indonesian tourists to Zimbabwe increases during the Ramadhan and Lebaran holiday periods, showing the vast scope for developing tourism between Indonesia and Zimbabwe. "I am pleased to note that there has been a gradual increase of ...
 Antara News2 months ago

Zimbabwe into 2015: Time not on our side

The signs of a new spring season are now evident everywhere, we have four months to go before the end of the year and a new agricultural season will commence in a few weeks — it's time to look at the outlook for 2014 and 2015. EDDIE CROSS MDC-T ...
 Zimbabwe Independent1 month ago Zimbabwe's 2015 economic outlook  New Zimbabwe.com1 month ago Zimbabwe's economic outlook  New Zimbabwe.com1 month ago Zimbabwe Into 2015 - Time Not On Our Side  Individual.com1 month ago

Today's Market Report including: African Minerals and BlueRock Diamonds

IDC, the South African development agency, confirms $4.5bn Limpopo steel mill investment • The IDC appears to be supporting a detailed feasibility study into a massive $4.5bn steel project being planned by Hebi Iron and Steel of China. • ...
 Proactive Investors.co.uk1 day ago Today's Market Report including Sirius Minerals, Amara Mining, African Minerals and SolGold  Proactive Investors.co.uk1 month ago Today's Market Report including Anglo American, International Ferro Metals  Proactive Investors.co.uk2 months ago

Zimbabwe: Essar Africa Holdings Hopes Fade

By Taurai Mangudhla In March 2011 the Zimbabwean government signed a US$750 million deal with Indian firm Essar Africa Holdings (Essar) in which the foreign investor agreed to takeover and resume operations at defunct state owned Ziscosteel. The ...
 AllAfrica.com4 weeks ago

Zimbabwe: Sad State of Affairs At Ziscosteel

The situation at Ziscosteel is deplorable with no activity on the ground while the company is selling sundry products to remain afloat. The plant itself is deteriorating 'quite visibly' and Ziscosteel management and workers are on their own, the ...
 AllAfrica.com1 month ago

Zim to suspend protectionism

Share this article: HARARE - Zimbabwe has threatened to scrap protectionist measures, arguing that the country's industries must be competitive. Industry minister, Mike Bimha, said measures recently imposed by government were protecting ...
 Daily News Zimbabwe1 month ago
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