- December 26, 2019
- Posted in LOCAL
On Friday Norton Miners Association chairperson Privilege Moyo and women’s affairs executive, Pamela Muringai handed a gift of a stone sculpture to the president of Zimbabwe Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa to appreciate the support he gives to the mining sector and his faith that the economy resuscitation is through the Mining industry.
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According to the Norton Miners chairperson, it is a symbol of all small scale and artisanal miners in Zimbabwe. Its aim is to remind the President of the challenges faced in the small scale and artisanal mining sector.
Moyo also said that its an image of the success story of the small scale sector, as the sector, has contributed significantly to the nation fiscus.
“Wherever the president will place that stone gift he will always see an image of all artisanal and small scale miners across the country, the challenges they face every day, in remembrance of various comrades in mining who died due, machetes gangs, mine accidents and sickness related to mining.”
“The final is the success and contributions made by ASM to our country.” Said Privilege Moyo.
The Norton Miners according to Moyo also gave the stone sculpture gift as a sign to assure the president that miners in Norton are geared to support the president’s vision of turning Zimbabwe into a mid-income earner by 2030.
“Also to show that the miners are geared up for the countries vision 2030 to make mining contribute towards middle-class economy,” said the Norton Miners chairperson.