A worker drives a load of ore extracted from underground at Zimplats’ Ngwarati Mine in Mhondoro-Ngez, Zimbabwe(Reuters)

http://tjez.gob.mx/perdakosis/1917 Impala Platinum Holdings has announced the closure of its largest mine in Zimbabwe a month after an underground collapse at the facility.

http://www.industries3r.com/albiol/6227 Citing a deterioration in safety conditions, the world’s second-biggest platinum producer said it would halt operations at the Bimha mine, which lies 93 miles southeast of Zimbabwe’s capital, Harare.

http://www.sme-ae.it/?bioske=binary-option-auto-trader&6f6=79 Zimbabwe has the world’s second-largest platinum reserves after South Africa. Its platinum supply has been marked as an alternative to South Africa, where production plummeted this year amid the country’s longest mining strike.

site rencontre republique dominicaine The five-month walkout by more than 70,000 mine workers ended in June, after unions reached a deal to boost the pay of the lowest-earning mine workers.

pharmacy where you can purchasr Orlistat 120 mg without prescription Impala will lose around 70,000 platinum ounces in the year to June 2015, around 4.4% of output in the 2013 fiscal period, the company said in a statement.

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