Zimbabwe Economic News: Mwana Ramps up Nickel Sales, ZTA Hosts UK Media Delegation & Natfoods Reopens Mutare Mill


Cash costs increased from $10 390 to $11 819 per tonne. Trojan, which had been mothballed for nearly four years due to depressed international nickel prices among other challenges, restarted production in 2012 - Daily News,
Tuesday January 21

ZTA Hosts UK Media Delegation

The Zimbabwe Tourism Authority is hosting a 5-member media delegation from the United Kingdom on a 2-week familiarisation tour of the country's tourist destinations. The tour, expected to steer positive profiling of the country is jointly being facilitated by the Zimbabwe ZTA, South African Airways and would end on January 29 - ZimMail, Tuesday January 21

Natfoods Reopens Mutare Mill

National Foods Limited is scheduled today reopen its Mutare maize mill, which has been inactive for the past 6 years. National Foods chief executive Jeremy Brooke said the company was delighted to be bringing back into service its Mutare mill, which has been under care and maintenance for most of the time since Zimbabwe introduced multi-currency trading in 2009. He said the reopening of the mill would help meet the demand there is for Red Seal roller meal and Red Seal Pearlenta and create employment - Herald, Monday January 20