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Tharisa acquires Salene Chrome Zimbabwe

The Salene Chrome project is located in a Special Economic Zone, which permits the import/export of capital without any trade barriers.

Optimisation strategy pays off for Tharisa

Tharisa did not let the COVID-19 pandemic derail its target of reaching 200 000 ozpa of PGMs and 2 Mtpa of chrome concentrate.
Caledonia Mining Corporation Zimbabwe

Tharisa extends option to acquire 90% of Salene Chrome Zimbabwe

Shareholders are advised that the parties have agreed to extend the option to acquire the 90% shareholding in Salene Chrome to 31 March 2021.

Tharisa’s Q4, 2020 production performance in line with guidance

“The consistent performance has been delivered in a strong spot market for PGMs in particular and stable chrome prices."
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Production performance positions Tharisa for PGM price bonanza

"The rapid development of the hydrogen economy and the move to cleaner emission standards will benefit the PGM market." - Phoevos Pouroulis
Caledonia Mining Corporation Zimbabwe

Tharisa: Developing a future in Zimbabwe

Tharisa has acquired low-risk entry options in two projects – Salene Chrome and Karo Platinum –located the within the mineral-rich Great Dyke in Zimbabwe.

Tharisa: PGMs recovered at 82.2% with production of 34.4 koz

“Mining, accounting for the weather-related impact, was in line with expectations and we should see a build up towards the latter half of the year."
Caledonia Mining Corporation Zimbabwe

SEZ to benefit Tharisa’s Zimbabwean PGM subsidiary Karo

Zimbabwe’s Special Economic Zones Authority (Zimseza) has declared a portion of Tharisa’s PGM subsidiary Karo Zimbabwe’s Selous mining licence measuring 50 667 hectares as a special economic zone (SEZ).
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Tharisa on a clear path to delivering on Vision 2020

Tharisa has reset its mining operations, with a revised pit layout, an improvement in waste stripping, and the debottlenecking of the production plants.

Special report: African energy initiatives

The development of Zimbabwe’s Great Dyke will include a 300 MW solar photovoltaic plant that will indirectly power the entire operation.

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