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Gilbert Makore
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Gilbert Makore commented on Anton Rühling's blog post 'Is Tanzania’s export ban a high stakes game of poker with Acacia?'
"Thanks a lot Peter Boffin."
Apr 5
Gilbert Makore commented on Anton Rühling's blog post 'Is Tanzania’s export ban a high stakes game of poker with Acacia?'
"Totally agreed. My own take is this is to force mining companies to the table. There is certainly likely to be movement either from company or from gvt on the ban. If media reports are anything to go by- it is indeed odd to try to address issues…"
Apr 4
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Mar 7
Michael Munaki commented on Gilbert Makore's blog post 'The Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Mining Company (ZCDC) Needs Watching'
"Thank you for this contribution, my concern is that the mining concession is being granted to ZMDC which in the past has failed to manage the mines already in their portfolio. Furthermore we have an issue of illicit revenue flows in our mining…"
Feb 13
Michael Munaki favorited Gilbert Makore's blog post The Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Mining Company (ZCDC) Needs Watching
Feb 13
Gilbert Makore posted a blog post

The Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Mining Company (ZCDC) Needs Watching

The Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Mining Company (ZCDC) is currently mining diamonds in Marange albeit on a small scale given that there remains legal contestation over the consolidation process itself. Companies including Anjin, Jinan and Mbada have challenged the consolidation at the Courts.What is of interest is that ZCDC intends to conduct riverbed gold mining in Gache Gache River on the eastern basin…See More
Feb 7
Gilbert Makore posted a blog post

Zimbabwe's Mining Sector in 2017: Through the Looking Glass

1-Gold will continue to do well. The country is likely to breach 20 tonnes once again as the RBZ continues its drive to mop up ASM gold through increased monitoring and improving market access (‘ no questions asked’ policy). There might not be a significant increase in gold deliveries if the liquidity crisis does not ease. Deliveries are likely to plateau- discouraged by failure of FPR to pay hard currency but evened off by miners who may still want some of the 5% export incentive. Alluvial…See More
Jan 31
Gilbert Makore is now a member of GOXI
Jan 27

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International Organisation
Job Title
Team Leader
About My Work
Natural Resources Governance
Areas of interest
gold, diamonds, oil and natural gas, csr, governance and anti-corruption, environment, social accountability, human rights, contract and licensing, monitoring revenue collection, redistribution and sustainable development
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The Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Mining Company (ZCDC) Needs Watching

Posted on February 7, 2017 at 13:12 1 Comment

The Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Mining Company (ZCDC) is currently mining diamonds in Marange albeit on a small scale given that there remains legal contestation over the consolidation process itself. Companies including Anjin, Jinan and Mbada have challenged the consolidation at the Courts.

What is of interest is that ZCDC intends to conduct riverbed gold mining in Gache Gache River on the…

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Zimbabwe's Mining Sector in 2017: Through the Looking Glass

Posted on January 31, 2017 at 10:45 0 Comments

1-Gold will continue to do well. The country is likely to breach 20 tonnes once again as the RBZ continues its drive to mop up ASM gold through increased monitoring and improving market access (‘ no questions asked’ policy). There might not be a significant increase in gold deliveries if the liquidity crisis does not ease. Deliveries are likely to plateau- discouraged by failure of FPR to pay hard currency but evened off by miners who may still want some of the 5% export incentive. Alluvial…

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