ZMF invites council members to its AGM

Morgan Mugawu

The Zimbabwe Miners Federation (ZMF) has extended invitations to its council members for its Annual General Meeting (AGM) scheduled for March 22, 2024.

Patricia Rwafa

The event will take place at the prestigious Hippodrome in Braeside, Harare.

In a statement, ZMF Secretary General Morgan Mugawu, emphasized the importance of this gathering, citing section 20.3 of the mining body’s constitution. According to Mugawu, the AGM is a critical platform for stakeholders to convene, deliberate, and chart the course for the mining industry’s future.

The ZMF centres its AGM on discussions focusing on pertinent issues facing the mining sector, as well as strategic planning for sustainable growth and development. Council members are urged to mark their calendars for March 22, 2024, with the meeting scheduled to commence at 10:00 AM.

The Federation meets as Zimbabwe is currently grappling with mine accidents which are befalling the Artisanal and Small-scale miners, a sector ZMF represents.

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Zimbabwe Miners Federation’s birth was marked to represent and contribute to the development, growth, and empowerment of the artisanal and small-scale (ASM) miners in Zimbabwe. Established in 2003, the ZMF seeks to bring ASM into the mainstream economy through lobbying and support of ASM operations.

Part of the ZMF objectives is lobbying for the formalization and regularisation of artisanal miners and small-scale miners. ZMF ensures that legislation in the country is conducive for ASM mining operations and at the same time developing a good rapport with the government.

ZMF links on a day-to-day basis, with its partners who are stakeholders which include but not limited to government, investors, mining service providers, suppliers, and tertiary training institutions who complete the mineral value chain. ZMF has a total of 60 affiliate associations at the district and provincial levels. The total number of miners being represented is currently at 1,500,000.

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