Bravura completes two mining phases


Bravura completes two mining phases

Freedom Mashava, Visuals Editor

MINING consortium – Bravura Holdings – says it has completed phase one and phase two of resource confirmation at its platinum site in Mhondoro-Ngezi.

Bravura expressed gratitude to the Chief (Chivero) for the hospitality that they always give us in return, and for making sure we work peacefully in his environment.

The Country Director Lionel Mhlanga said “The company has completed phase one and phase two of the resource confirmation and nearly 40 000 meters of core drilling done.

Chief Chivero said villagers were very happy that Bravura was employing local youth.

“What they have done is a noble thing, and a way of appeasing our spirit mediums in the area as well. They have brought smiles to the elderly, orphans and the less privileged,” he said.

Bravura Consortium is a multi-national mining house registered in the Republic of Dominica, and is domiciled in Ghana, with subsidiaries in Nigeria, DRC, Guinea and Zimbabwe.

In Zimbabwe, through a mining agreement signed in 2019, the group pledged to spend more than US$50 million to explore and mine platinum.

The country is seeking to exploit its reserves of platinum which is primed to contribute at least US$3 billion under the US$12 billion mining industry by 2023 strategy.

This is not the first time Bravura has reached out to the Community. They have also donated a thousand food hampers, ambulances and ventilators to the ministry of health and childcare to help with the fight against Covid-19

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