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Lubimbi coal mine Global Energy Monitor

Lubimbi coal mine is a proposed coal mine in Zimbabwe. The mine is proposed by Lontoh Coal Ltd, is a small unlisted South African company seeking to develop coal mines in South Africa and Zimbabwe.

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Liberation Mining Company Profile: Funding & Investors

Operator of Lubimbi coal project. The company's coal project provides extraction and production of in situ coal, high-grade thermal coal and soft or blend coking coal, enabling customers to get thermal coal

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Shareholder dispute costs Liberation Mining Business Times

Aug 20, 2018 Liberation Mining (Pvt) Limited has halted operations at its Lubimbi Coal mining project in Matabeleland North pending the resolution of a shareholder dispute. This comes as the Russian investor, IR Trading, filed a court application for local partners to transfer 49 percent shareholding as agreed to in a certified agreement.

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Peter Mutsinya Chief Executive Officer Liberation Coal

He is founder, shareholder and director of six small-medium scale mining and micro-manufacturing companies based in Zimbabwe and co-founding shareholder for one young and large coal mining company with title in the Lubimbi Coalfield, North West of Zimbabwe i.e Liberation Mining P/L where he is responsible for all stages of project

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Lontoh faces squabble over control of Lubimbi Miningmx

Jun 24, 2011 Ownership of Lubimbi is split between LontohCoal (51%) and three Zimbabwean investors who are shareholders in Zimbabwean company, Liberation Mining.

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Gwayi-Shangani Dam faces coal mine threat The Standard

Nov 01, 2020 Liberation Mining was founded in 2006 by three Zimbabweans, Peter Mutsinya, Robinson and Gavin Von Platen, who entered into a joint venture agreement with IR Trading in 2017, but the parties later fought a legal war in court over shares. Unpacking Henrietta Rushwaya’s gold scandal Why police stormed Town House

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Gwayi-Shangani Dam faces coal mine threat

Liberation Mining had also halted operations at its Lubimbi coal mining project pending the resolution of a shareholder dispute, which has remained elusive.

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Coal mining, flooding threats for Hwange game reserves

Mar 22, 2020 The biggest is Liberation Mining Private Limited, located on Special Grant 4 977 in Bulawayo mining district covering Hankano, Gwayi, Mazwa and Gundwane farms. Its four mines of the Lubimbi Coal Fields hold a combined underground resource estimated at 22 billion tonnes.

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Breaking...Liberation Mining shareholder impasse resolved

Oct 18, 2018 Liberation Mining was founded in 2006 by three Zimbabweans, Peter Mutsinya, Rainor Robinson and Gavin Von Platen who entered into a joint venture agreement with Russian investor, IR Trading in 2017. Founding shareholder Mutsinya said the impasse has since been resolved with operation expected to rep-commence soon.

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Lontoh faces squabble over control of Lubimbi Miningmx

Jun 24, 2011 Ownership of Lubimbi is split between LontohCoal (51%) and three Zimbabwean investors who are shareholders in Zimbabwean company, Liberation Mining. According to an announcement, however, a stake in Liberation Mining was bought by Sable Mining, a pan-African exploration firm which is listed in London and which announced on June 6 it was

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Gwayi-Shangani Dam faces coal mine threat The Standard

Nov 01, 2020 Liberation Mining had also halted operations at its Lubimbi coal mining project pending the resolution of a shareholder dispute, which has remained elusive. Russian investor Vostok Coal Limited through its investment vehicle, IR Trading, filed a court application for local partners to transfer 49% shareholding as agreed to in a certified

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Russian investors wary of Zimbabwean roulette NewsDay

Oct 25, 2019 Liberation Mining, which is partly Russian-owned, has had trouble getting its Lubimbi coal project in Matabeleland North off the ground due to high costs and red tape. Liberation Mining is

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Zim, S. Africa mining firms at loggerheads The Chronicle

Aug 24, 2011 Lontoh Coal entered into an agreement with local mining company Liberation Mining on May 10 last year under which it would get a 51 percent stake in Lubimbi coalfields in

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Russian miner joins party. . . NRZ gears for increased

This mine in Lubimbi is the first and for now, it’s the only project but we hope there will be more projects,” said Mr Tskhovrebov. Mr Tskhovrebov is already considering seeking other investment opportunities in the gold, chrome, platinum and nickel sectors. Liberation Mining came to Zimbabwe in the second quarter of last year.

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Liberation dogged by new scandal eBusiness Weekly

Liberation Mining in which Sable Mining Africa Limited has acquired a 49 percent stake through its subsidiary, Somedon Investments (Pvt) Ltd got a special grant to mine in the coal rich Lubimbi area of Matabeleland North province. This year, Liberation Mining plans to mine between 1, 5 million tonnes and 2 million tonnes of coal.

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Breaking...Liberation Mining shareholder impasse resolved

Oct 18, 2018 Liberation Mining was founded in 2006 by three Zimbabweans, Peter Mutsinya, Rainor Robinson and Gavin Von Platen who entered into a joint venture agreement with Russian investor, IR Trading in 2017. Founding shareholder Mutsinya said the impasse has since been resolved with operation expected to rep-commence soon.

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Russian miner joins party. . . NRZ gears for increased

Mar 04, 2018 Liberation Mining in which Sable Mining Africa Limited has acquired a 49 percent stake through its subsidiary, Somedon Investments (Pvt) Ltd got a special grant to mine in the coal rich Lubimbi area of Matabeleland North province.

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Dodgy mine mogul’s new Zim play The Zimbabwe Independent

Jun 01, 2018 CGH has an 80% interest in the Lubu coal project through Monaf Investments (Pvt) Ltd and a 49% shareholding in Liberation Mining (Pvt) Ltd, the company that holds the mining licence for the Lubimbi coal project. CGH’s interests are held by its wholly owned subsidiary, Somedon Investments, although the identity of its Zimbabwean shareholders

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10 Dec HCCL submits EIA for its new The Sunday News

Lubimbi is in Binga and will be mining power coal for Mlibizi Thermal Power Station,” said EGS senior environmental consultant Mr Michael Montana. EGS is one of the country’s most reputable environmental consultancy firms and has conducted a number of EIA reports for mines over the years.

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The introduction of LontohCoal Limited Tradelink

In Zimbabwe the company successfully acquired 51% in Liberation Mining’s Lubimbi Project. The Lubimbi Project has an indicated (SAMREC/JORC) resource of 1 245 billion tonnes opencast, high quality thermal and coking coal deposits in the Lubimbi coalfields, approximately 245km north of Bulawayo, and is 16 545 hectares in total.

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ED courts Russia, but investors wary of Zimbabwean

Oct 24, 2019 Liberation Mining: ‘Down from the middle’ Liberation Mining, which is partly Russian-owned, has had trouble getting its Lubimbi coal project in Matabeleland North off the ground due to high costs and red tape. Liberation Mining is controlled by Russian businessman Alexander Isaev, co-owner of VostokCoal, one of Russia’s big coal miners.

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HCCL assesses potential partners The Sunday News

In the coal mining sector it has been engaged by China-Africa Sunlight Energy, Discovery Investment, Liberation Mining, Sable Mining, Chilota and Markrock Investment mines. Presently, HCCL’s underground operations have a much longer mine life than its opencast concessions, which are on the verge of depletion.

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Russian miner joins party. . . NRZ gears for increased

Mar 04, 2018 A new coal mining firm from Russia, Liberation Mining (Pvt) Limited, has obtained an operating licence from Government and immediately rolled out

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Liberation dogged by new scandal eBusiness Weekly

Liberation Mining in which Sable Mining Africa Limited has acquired a 49 percent stake through its subsidiary, Somedon Investments (Pvt) Ltd got a special grant to mine in the coal rich Lubimbi area of Matabeleland North province. This year, Liberation Mining plans to mine between 1, 5 million tonnes and 2 million tonnes of coal.

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Russian investors wary of Zimbabwean roulette NewsDay

Oct 25, 2019 Liberation Mining, which is partly Russian-owned, has had trouble getting its Lubimbi coal project in Matabeleland North off the ground due to high costs and red tape. Liberation Mining is

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Sable Mining Africa ready to start exploration work The

Oliver Kazunga Acting Business Editor AIM-listed concern, Sable Mining Africa, is set to start exploration work at its Liberation Mine in Lubimbi in Matabeleland North this month after receiving

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The introduction of LontohCoal Limited Tradelink

In Zimbabwe the company successfully acquired 51% in Liberation Mining’s Lubimbi Project. The Lubimbi Project has an indicated (SAMREC/JORC) resource of 1 245 billion tonnes opencast, high quality thermal and coking coal deposits in the Lubimbi coalfields, approximately 245km north of Bulawayo, and is 16 545 hectares in total.

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Harmonise mining laws regime –– Mutsinya The Zimbabwe

Sep 21, 2012 He said his company, Liberation Mining, required a capital outlay of US$369,3 million to start mining on the Lubimbi coal project in Matabeleland North. The Liberation Mining project is situated about 60km south of Binga in the Gwayi-Shangani catchment area and

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From Russia, with love and rage: ED signs two major mining

Jan 16, 2019 Another Russian firm, Liberation Mining, has had trouble getting its Lubimbi coal project in Matabeleland North off the ground due to high costs and red tape. The company’s MD, Victor Tskhovrebov, has publicly expressed his frustration over bureaucracy and the currency crisis.

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ED courts Russia, but investors wary of Zimbabwean

Oct 24, 2019 Liberation Mining: ‘Down from the middle’ Liberation Mining, which is partly Russian-owned, has had trouble getting its Lubimbi coal project in Matabeleland North off the ground due to high costs and red tape. Liberation Mining is controlled by Russian businessman Alexander Isaev, co-owner of VostokCoal, one of Russia’s big coal miners.

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Zimbabwe attracting the wrong sort of businessmen — Open

May 26, 2018 CGH has an 80% interest in the Lubu coal project through Monaf Investments (Pvt) Ltd and a 49% shareholding in Liberation Mining (Pvt) Ltd, the company that holds the mining licence for the Lubimbi coal project. CGH’s interests are held by its wholly owned subsidiary, Somedon Investments, although the identity of its Zimbabwean shareholders

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HCCL assesses potential partners The Sunday News

In the coal mining sector it has been engaged by China-Africa Sunlight Energy, Discovery Investment, Liberation Mining, Sable Mining, Chilota and Markrock Investment mines. Presently, HCCL’s underground operations have a much longer mine life than its opencast concessions, which are on the verge of depletion.

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Liberation war hero Cde Phumelela Khumalo buried ZBC NEWS

Liberation war hero Cde Phumelela Khumalo, who died on the 3 rd of this month, has been buried at his rural home in Masholomoshe in Gwanda district.. Cde Khumalo died this Wednesday after a short illness. In his eulogy, Matabeleland South Minister of State for Provincial Affairs and Devolution Cde Abednico Ncube lauded Cde Khumalo for sacrificing his life for the freedom of the country.

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Could indigenisation laws spark a wave of listings on the ZSE?

Nov 07, 2010 In May 2010 it bought 51% of Liberation Mining in Zimbabwe, which has major prospects and sites at Lubimbi and Entuba (Zimbabwe). It appears that as mining groups tap into international markets, secondary listings on the ZSE could be used as a way of localising the entities.

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Dodgy mine mogul’s new Zim play The Mail & Guardian

May 25, 2018 CGH has an 80% interest in the Lubu coal project through Monaf Investments (Pvt) Ltd and a 49% shareholding in Liberation Mining (Pvt) Ltd, the company that holds the mining

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Investors target energy sector The Sunday Mail

Liberation Mine a Zimbabwe based firm is reportedly targeting to invest in coal mining in Lubimbi, near Hwange in Matabeleland North province. Mines and Mining Development Minister Winston Chitando confirmed to The Sunday Mail Business last week that Liberation Mine is keen on coal mining.

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Zimbabwe’s Coal Industry Fossil Fuel

Sinamatella 96 Liberation Mining (closed) Total 2101. ZIMBABWE’S COAL OUTPUT ZIMBABWE COAL OUTPUT (Estimates Chamber of Mines and Pers. Comm.) 0 1,000,000 2,000,000 3,000,000 nBased on the Lubimbi coalfields nThese were shown in the 1970s to have 3 billion tons of largely open-castable coal nHowever, limited coking coal compared to the

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