- September 6, 2020
- Posted in LOCAL
Magaya allegedly invaded the mine with the help of a former farmer of the land and a local legislator who both were given shares of the mine by Hungwe.
It is believed that Magaya knew that the mine belonged to Hungwe but wanted these two to push Hungwe out so that he would take full control of the mine, Hungwe is the major shareholder and the holder of the mining certificate of the mine.
When Hungwe spoke to Mining Zimbabwe she said that she had never met Magaya before and only knew him as a popular televangelist.
“I have never met Magaya, I only knew him as a prophet, not as a mine grabber,” Hungwe said.
According to reports received by Mining Zimbabwe, the PHD leader is in the habit of taking over mines owned by women under the pretense of investment. He is reportedly working with a popular small scale miner and pegger who is based in Mazoe.
Zimbabwe Miners Federation ZMF through their President Ms. Henrietta Rushwaya said they were following and monitoring the events closely, and promised to protect Hungwe from any invasion since she is the owner of the miner according to the law.
“We are closely following and monitoring the events as they unfold. As always, we shall safeguard and protect the interests of our ZMF members and in this case, it is Blessing Hungwe who is the holder of the mining certificate.” Rushwaya said.