- February 17, 2021
- Posted in NEWS
The much-hyped meeting between the Zimbabwe Miners Federation (ZMF) and Mines and Mining Development Ministry which was scheduled for today failed to take off.
In a statement the Zimbabwe Miners Federation Chief Executive Officer Mr. Wellington Takavarasha said ZMF officials had travelled to Kadoma to attend an accident that occurred in the early hours of yesterday.
In a statement ZMF said,
“Due to circumstances beyond our control, the weekly meeting between ZMF /Ministry of Mines and Mining Development that was pencilled for today was not held as ZMF team travelled in the morning to attend an ASM disaster in Kadoma. The meeting has been deferred to next week. Meanwhile, all issues and concerns tabled by yesterday 20:00 hrs were captured for presentation. The Ministry will then advise on the way forward,” read the statement.
It was earlier this week announced that the Ministry of Mines and Mining Development and the Zimbabwe Miners Federation (ZMF) officials will be holding weekly meetings on issues and concerns affecting artisanal, small and medium-scale mining operations.
The Department of Research, Value Addition and Beneficiation (headed by Dr. Manyuchi, The Chief Director) was also named as the ZMF focal point at the Ministry of Mines.
After the announcement the Henrietta Rushwaya lead ZMF invited artisanal, small and medium scale miners to forward any issues and concerns on Policy and legislative issues, Administrative issues at PMD offices, Institutional and, also make recommendations/suggestions.
Issues and concerns, suggestions opinions and recommendations should be forwarded to [email protected] or WhatsApp platform ZMF Issues and Concerns. Please note that these forums are strictly for relaying information AND NOT for debate or discussions.