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Makomo now largest coal producer The Herald

03/07/2014· “Makomo Resources emerged in 2013 as the largest coal producer contributing 74,5 of total production,” the Chamber of Mines said. Makomo Resources director Raymond Mutokonyi said the firm had...

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Makomo now largest coal producer Zimbabwe Situation

via Makomo now largest coal producer The Herald July 3, 2014 Four year old Makomo Resources in 2013 overtook Hwange Colliery Company Limited (HCCL) to become the biggest coal miner in the country, latest data from the Chamber of Mines shows.

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Makomo scales up coal production The Herald

Makomo Resources (Pvt) Limited, is a coal mining company in the Bulawayo Mining District of Zimbabwe, with its mineral resource at Entuba Colliery, which is situated approximately 17 kilometres...

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Zimbabwe: Makomo Now Largest Coal Producer

Four year old Makomo Resources in 2013 overtook Hwange Colliery Company Limited (HCCL) to become the biggest coal miner in the country, latest data from the Chamber of Mines shows.

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Coal output plunges 38pc The Herald

In an interview with The Herald Business yesterday, Makomo Resources — the country’s largest coal producer — said it was surprising that the coal pricing model had remained stuck at the old...

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Makomo battling $10m forex hole The Herald

26/03/2018· Makomo operates in Hwange with its mineral resource at Entuba Colliery, which is situated approximately 17 kilometres from Hwange town in Matabeleland North

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Coal output plunges 38pc Zimbabwe Situation

In an interview with The Herald Business yesterday, Makomo Resources — the country’s largest coal producer — said it was surprising that the coal pricing model had remained stuck at the old interbank exchange rate of 2,5 for when the rate was now at 1 to 5,64.

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Makomo Resources Zimbabwe’s Leader in Quality Coal

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 enable revival and creation of its industries. Our Coal Products.

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Makomo working on increasing coal production The

COAL producer Makomo Resources in Hwange is seeking to increase production from the current 120 000 tonnes per month to more than 300 000 to cater for a rise in demand by small-scale tobacco farmers for curing the golden leaf. The coal miner celebrated eight years since formation in 2001 with a colourful event at the mine site in Hwange on Friday. Guest of honour Mrs Monica Chinamasa, who is chairperson of the Tobacco Industry and Marketing Board (TIMB) said demand for coal

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Makomo production goes down by 40pc The Sunday News

In 2013, Makomo became the country’s largest thermal coal producer, overtaking Hwange Colliery Company Limited, which is facing viability challenges. Mr Mutokonyi said the company was struggling to satisfy both the local and export market owing to a drastic drop in production.

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Coal output plunges 38pc Zimbabwe Situation

In an interview with The Herald Business yesterday, Makomo Resources — the country’s largest coal producer — said it was surprising that the coal pricing model had remained stuck at the old interbank exchange rate of 2,5 for when the rate was now at 1 to 5,64. Makomo

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Makomo Resources plans 600MW plant Zimbabwe

via Makomo Resources plans 600MW plant The Herald June 30, 2014 by Martin Kadzere. MAKOMO Resources, Zimbabwe’s second largest coal miner intends to build a 600 megawatt plant in Hwange as early as next year adding to the national power grid while work on the Kariba South Power station is expected to start next month.

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Makomo battling $10m forex hole Zimbabwe Situation

Coal production at the country’s largest coal miner Makomo Resources has plunged as much as 36 percent since the beginning of the year as activity dropped due to a serious shortage of foreign currency to import spares, director Ray Mutokonyi said. Zimbabwe is facing serious currency shortages and the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe recently disclosed that the foreign payments backlog now stretches

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Makomo plans $1,5bn power plant The Chronicle

Makomo Resources (Pvt) Ltd, Zimbabwe’s largest coal producer by output, said it plans to spend $1,5 billion on a 600-megawatt power plant and will also start exporting coal to steelmakers in

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Makomo Resources acquires $14m coal washing plant

Bulawayo's most popular daily newspaper. Business Reporter MAKOMO Resources has acquired a $14 million coal washing plant aimed at upgrading the quality of coal for the market, an official has said.

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Makomo coal production under threat The Chronicle

Makomo is producing 63 000 tonnes of coal per month against a monthly projection of 200 000 tonnes. The mine produces thermal coal mainly for the country’s thermal plants while a small portion

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Makomo production goes down by 40pc The Sunday

In 2013, Makomo became the country’s largest thermal coal producer, overtaking Hwange Colliery Company Limited, which is facing viability challenges. Mr Mutokonyi said the company was struggling to satisfy both the local and export market owing to a drastic drop in production. “We are experiencing challenges in satisfying both the local and export market. We have been servicing the export

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Zim crafting coal mining rules The Sunday Mail

Hwange enjoyed a monopoly in coal mining since 1899 until 2010 when Makomo Resources now the country’s largest coal producer commenced operations. Other companies that are into coal mining in Matabeleland North Province include Coal Brick Ltd and Zambezi Gas while close to 100 companies have applied for coal mining concessions in the province.

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Brace for more darker nights as floods threaten power

Coal mines were flooded, said Coal Producers Association chairman Mr Raymond Mutokonyi in an interview yesterday, with his own Makomo Resources, the largest producer, the worst affected. Hwange Colliery, the second-largest producer, said it will work to remove the flood inflows quickly.

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