About Us

Founded as a private sector voluntary organization in 1939 through an Act of Parliament, the Chamber of Mines of Zimbabwe is one of the oldest Business Membership Organizations in the country.

Our Mandate

The Chamber is established for the purpose of promoting, encouraging, protecting and fostering the mining industry and doing everything necessary and advisable for those objects, and for this purpose

Our Vision

To be a proactive, high profile, lobby group that drives the growth of the mining industry and the economy.

Our Mission

To effectively and efficiently serve, and advance interests of the mining industry in Zimbabwe, through promotion of development and growth strategies consistent with high international standards of health safety and environmental consciousness, arid to positively influence the local business environment in order to attain the objectives of the mining industry..

Our Values

In carrying out our its mandate the Chamber of Mines is guided by the following values: Integrity
Transparency
High ethical standards
Responsive

Management

Elizabeth Nerwande

President | Head Corporate Affairs| Mimosa Mining Company

DG Gwatinetsa

Vice President | Managing Director| How Mine

Colin Chibafa

Vice President |Chief Finance Officer| UNKI Mine

Isaac Kwesu

Chief Executive Officer (Ex-officio) | Chamber of Mines

Batirai Manhando

Immediate Past President | Managing Director | BNC Limited

Activities of the Chamber

The activities of ‘the Chamber’ are concentrated in the fields of mining and economic policy advocacy, investment promotion, labour and industrial relations management, research on legal matters related to mining and promoting health and safety, environmental  protection, and the support to mining associations activities. Most of these

activities are executed through committees that include Economic Development Committee, SHE Committee, Labour Committee, Gold Producers Committee, Platinum Producers Committee and the Suppliers and Mining Linkages Committee among others.

Governance

The Council is the supreme authority of the Chamber whose functions are delegated through Executive Committee headed by the President, while the activities of the Chamber are implemented through the Secretariat headed by the Chief Executive Officer.

Value of Joining ‘The Chamber’

The Chamber creates platform for opportunity for members to network and discuss pertinent issues that affect the mining industry. These networking platforms include:

Policy Dialogue engagement forums-‘The Chamber’ policy dialogue provides members with the platform to engage and discuss policy matters related to mining and the economy. Through the various forums such as committees,workshops, seminars, visits, and surveys, members have the opportunity to exchange ideas and help to formulate positions papers.

The Chamber of Mines Annual General Meeting and Conference-This is annual event that is provided by the Chamber’s Constitution. Apart from deliberating normal AGM matters, the platform also provides industry leaders, government ministers and officials, and other local and international  institutions opportunity to interact and discuss key issues relevant for driving the development of the mining industry.

Suppliers and Mining Linkage workshops and conferences – This platform brings mining companies, suppliers and other linkages or related industries to discuss issues of mutual interest in the whole mining value chain.

Publications and Information dissemination ­ ‘The Chamber’ disseminates critical information regarding the developments and outlook of the industry to members regularly through publications that include, the Chamber of Mines Journal. An interactive Chamber website provides quick insights on latest developments in the

industry, as well as the opportunity for members to interact and promote (advertise) their products and services.

District Mining Association  Meetings- These meetings bring together stakeholders (at local levels that include suppliers, producers, and government officials) to discuss pertinent issues for the development of the mining sector in different mining regions

Members

Class A – Big Companies

Bilboes Holdings
Bindura Nickel Corp Premier B
Blackbox Investment
Duration gold
Freda Rebecca Mine
Great Dyke Investments
Hwange Colliery
Metallon gold
Mimosa Mining Company
MMCZ
Murowa Diamonds
New Dawn Mining
Rio ZIm
Unki Mines
ZCDC
Zimasco
Zimplats
ZMDC

Class B – Middle Size To Large Company

Pan African Mining
Thathile ex Newdawn

Class D – Mining Companies At Development Stage(Still Small)

Adlecraft
AEL Mining
Africa steel
Artisan trading
Best southern Drilling
Blanket mine
Canterbury Mine
Drilling resources
Golden reef mining
Rundale investments
Samrec vermiculite
Sandvik mining
Sinnofeerous
Tandamanzi
Venice Mine

Class G – Individually Owned Mines/ Not Companies

G.Chandiwana
Newtron Mining

Class E – Supplier Companies

Acol Chemicals
Afri-groan
Ames
AS Kemp Minepro
Asset reliability services
Astra Chemicals
Atlas copco
Axis Solutions
BancABC
Barzem enterprises
Blonton Management
Boltgas Engineering
Brakesure Lining
BSI steel
Burnglow investments
CAFCA
Canister Resources
CBZ
Cell Insurance
Central african development
COALZIM
Colovane
CPS Africa
Craster International

Crocomotors
Curechem
Davis Granite
DDNS
Deloitee and touche
DRA Zimbabwe
Ecobank
Epiroc Atlas Copco
Ernst and young
FA Stewart
Fairclot
First Mutual
Flych Development
Garage equipment
GroupAir
Haggie rand
Hardrock Mining Tools
Helcraw
Hepsons Engineering
Honsite enterprises
Ichtus cranes
Industrial procuments
Intrachem
J Mann and Company
Jacob bethel
JK Motors
John Mack
Jonkershoek trading
K B. Davis
Kanu Equipment
KB Davies
Kedimec
Knight frank
KPMG
KW Blasting
Manica Zim
Marjen
Masimba Holdings
MBCA Bank
MCA Venture
Medent

Millpal t/a Kemico Agency
Minerva Risk Advisors
Morganite Zimbabwe
Mota Engil
Nedbank
Nicnel
Nicoz diamond
Nimr and Chapman
NMB
OKPATECH
OMM industries
Omnia fertiliser
Orac systems
Original Technology
Paul markham
Pelgin Consultancy
Powerspeed Electrical
PPC -Portland Holdings
PR Hydraulics
Proclassic trading
R and S
R davis and company
Retvic
REVCO
Scandia Steel
Scanlen and Holderness
Schaueneburg Systems
Sedan Chair
Shepco
SHEPCO BMA
Shepco Industrial Supplies
SMM Holdings
Stanbic Bank
Stoneark t/a imex tyres
Tazchem
Tiger brake and clutch
Tineo
Ukama-Gorrenberry
W.Kinsey
Whaleside Shaft sinkers
Wimfair
Wintertons
Yatakala trading
Zimbabwe Bata Shoe company
Zimnat
ZITF