Ministry of Mines Applauds Bravura Group’s Remarkable Preparedness

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Officials from the Ministry of Mines and Mining Development, part of a delegation on an equipment and plant fact-finding mission, have expressed their excitement over the impressive preparedness demonstrated by the Pan-African diversified mining company Bravura Group.

By Rudairo Mapuranga

The delegation was particularly thrilled with Bravura’s significant investment in state-of-the-art equipment and cutting-edge technologies, underscoring the company’s unwavering commitment and substantial progress in making Zimbabwe a premier mining destination.

Bravura has invested hundreds of millions of USD in advanced yellow machines stationed at CWC in South Africa, ready for the Selous PGM project box cut stage. These machines are pending importation approval and duty exemptions from the Zimbabwean government.

Additionally, Bravura is set to revolutionize the Kamativi dump with a cutting-edge lithium TSF processing plant, currently being manufactured by Manhattan Corporation in South Africa.

Wilfred Runyararo Munetsi, Deputy Director of Communications for the Ministry of Mines and Mining Development, praised Bravura’s efforts, stating:

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“We’ve seen massive equipment purchased by Bravura for the development of a mine, especially an underground mine. The equipment they have shown us, including drill rigs and dump trucks, is geared for large-scale mining. Bravura is set to become a major player in the platinum field. This investment demonstrates their serious commitment to Zimbabwe, given the high cost of the equipment. We hope it will pay dividends for them.”

Eng. Leonard Mtilimanja, Deputy Provincial Mining Director for Matabeleland North, echoed these sentiments:

“As the Minister of Mines always mentions, our role also includes overseeing mining development. In this regard, you can see the progress made on this project by Bravura. We have inspected their equipment, particularly the DMS plant, which is now fully assembled and ready for shipment to the site in Kamativi. We are very excited about this development and will continue to monitor the project until its completion, benefiting Zimbabwe.”

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