Source: Business Day, Johannesburg
The Zimbabwean government has rewritten the rules for gold producers operating in the country, giving the beleaguered industry a more hopeful outlook.
Until recently, gold producers were paid about 100 dollars per ounce by the Zimbabwean Reserve Bank - less than the cost of mining the gold and far lower than the spot gold price of about 354 dollars per ounce. But from 1 March, after extensive negotiations between the government, gold producers and the Zimbab
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