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About Us

RZM Murowa Mine is a 24-hour open pit mining operation. Production from Murowa began in 2004. In 2015 RioZim took over the management of Murowa at a time the company had stopped mining sighting viability issues.

RioZim led a strategic overhaul exercise for the Company which resulted in a radical change in its business by steering it to a new life of mine plan, new approach to mining and a massive brownfield expansion of the plant code named ‘Project Sunrise’. After having more than tripled its capacity in 2016, Murowa today is a global top 20 diamond mine enabling it to become one of the biggest exporters and foreign currency generators for Zimbabwe.

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Our People

Our people are the most valuable asset that gives us competitive advantage. Our management approach to human resources aims to ensure that we attract and retain a highly capable, qualified and committed workforce

Sustainability

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HEALTH, SAFETY AND
ENVIRONMENT

The company believes that the goal of Zero Harm is achievable and it respects the rights of employees, contractors, visitors and the surrounding community in accordance with the local laws, customs and cultures.

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COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS

RZM Murowa’s operations impacts six communities – Mutambi, Mhototi, Murowa, Indaba and Davira and Sese. We work consultatively with our local communities via a five-year Communities Action Plan and our programmes directly benefit and impact close to 50,000 people.

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QUICK FACTS

Products: The mine produces gem quality diamonds with a significant proportion of high value white and near-white diamonds from open-cut hard rock mining operations. The mine consists of three economically viable kimberlite pipes: K1, K2 and K3.

Delivering sustainable shareholder wealth from natural resources.

Latest News

  • ressettlement
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    Resettlement

    The diamond-bearing kimberlite pipes discovered  were located in an area that was already populated with more than 140 families living on the footprint of the proposed mine site. RZM Murowa used World Bank guidelines to resettle families to Shashe, about 150 kilometres east of Murowa.

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    Sustainable Development Report -2017

    The business coninued to demonstrate good safety performance and safe producion with no Lost Time Injuries (LTI) in 2017.

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    Sustainable Development Report-2018

    RZM Murowa is proud to present the Sustainable Development Report for the 12 month period ending 31 December 2018.

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Quick Facts

The mine employs around 820 people, including full-time contractors – 56 per cent are from the local community and 20 per cent are women.

The mine was formally established in 2004 after an exploration programme that was initiated in the 1990s proved the viability of the diamond deposit.

The mine produces gem quality diamonds with a significant proportion of high value white and near-white diamonds from open-cut hard rock mining operations. The mine consists of three economically viable kimberlite pipes: K1, K2 and K3.

668,000 carats were produced in 2019.

Safety is firmly entrenched in RZM Murowa’s culture. The business is certified to the ISO45001:2018 standard.

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