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Riozim Director resigns, new non executive director appointed

Riozim Director resigns, new non executive director appointed

RIOZIM

Diversified Miner, RioZim Limited last month appointed Mr Mr. Manraj S. Bindra as a Non-Executive Director with Mr Iqbal Meer ceasing to hold the office of Director with effect from the 8th of June 2021.

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In a statement the company said, “The Board of Directors of RioZim Limited is pleased to announce the appointment of Manraj S. Bindra as a Non-Executive Director with effect from the 18th of June 2021.

Manraj is a qualified Chartered Accountant and Fellow Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales. He is also an Associate Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India and an Associate Member of the British Institute of Management.

Manraj is currently the Managing Partner of MSB Consultancy, Dubai and has vast experience in finance spanning from 1976 having served in various roles including, being the Chief Financial Officer of Al Shamsi Holdings and Finance and Administrative Manager of National Development Trust Limited.

The Board of RioZim Limited also wishes to announce that Mr Iqbal Meer ceased to hold the office of Director of RioZim Limited with effect from the 8th of June 2021. The Board, Management and Staff of RioZim Limited would like to thank him for his valuable contribution to the Company.”

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About RioZim

RioZim was incorporated on August 29, 1956 as Rio Tinto Southern Rhodesia Ltd. It was set up initially to develop and mine the Empress Nickel deposit in the Midlands and was the first mining operation to be set up outside Europe by Rio Tinto plc.

RioZim separated from Rio Tinto plc in 2004 and became a wholly owned Zimbabwean company that produces gold, coal, toll refines nickel and copper. The company is listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE). Since its breakaway from Rio Tinto plc, RioZim has had an eventful number of years in which it launched new vision, mission and value statements as well as having some of its operations certified for quality and adherence to world class standards in occupational health, safety and environmental management.

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