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Kwekwe — President Emmerson Mnangagwa has commissioned a new aluminothermic plant at African Chrome Fields (ACF), about 60 km form Kwekwe.
Majority owned by the Moti Group of South African and the local Sakunda Holdings (Pvt) Limited who are the minority shareholders, ACF has since …Read more
Moti Group is in talks to buy a steel business in South Africa that would potentially double the mining and industrial conglomerate’s production.
The deal would increase Moti’s steel manufacturing volumes to 800,000 metric tons a year, according to Chairman Zunaid Moti. The transaction may be completed in the next two months, he said in an interview at the company’s African Chrome …Read more
PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday launched one of the country’s most advanced technological chrome processing plants as the new administration continues to launch multi-million dollar projects to give a new impetus to the economy.
The President switched on the Aluminothermic Plant, owned by African Chrome Fields (ACF) in Chinyika, Kwekwe, marking the dawn of a new ara in …Read more
Zimbabwe’s biggest chrome miner, African Chrome Fields, has launched its state-of-the-art aluminothermic plant which will create new jobs and initially produce 300 tpm of Ultra Low Carbon High Grade Ferrochrome, or ULCHGFeCr.
Once in …Read more
The new aluminothermic plant launched by Zimbabwe’s largest chrome miner African Chrome Fields showed that investors had confidence in the country.
These were the words from President Emmerson Mnangagwa, who attended the launch on Wednesday, and who has launched several investment projects ahead of next Monday’s election.
African Chrome Fields was talking to foreign investors …Read more