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Zimbabwe Launches Online Platform to Bridge Mining Funding Gaps


The Zimbabwe Investment and Development Agency (Zida) has introduced an online platform aiming to connect mining claim holders with potential local and foreign investors. The goal is to establish partnerships that can address funding challenges in the mining sector. Mining plays a pivotal role in Zimbabwe’s economy, contributing significantly to export earnings and GDP.
In 2021, the mining sector generated over US$5 billion, keeping Zimbabwe on track to achieve its target of a US$12 billion mining economy by 2023. To facilitate investment, Zida’s platform enables claim holders to register their claims and specify the type of assistance they require, such as technical support or joint ventures.
Investors can register, express interest, and negotiate directly with claim holders. The platform aims to boost transparency and enhance access to potential investors, ultimately fostering sustainable growth in Zimbabwe’s mining sector.

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