Zimbabwe Mining Report Q2 2015

Date: April 3, 2015
Pages: 77
Price:
US$ 1,295.00
Publisher: Business Monitor International
Report type: Strategic Report
Delivery: Download
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BMI View: Zimbabwe will achieve solid mining sector growth over our forecast period to 2018. Platinum production will be the main driver of growth, while growth in diamond output will be moderate and the country will remain a very small producer of gold. Weak global commodity prices and a deteriorating business environment will present downside risk to our forecasts.

Zimbabwe is richly endowed with deposits of chrome, gold, nickel, diamonds and platinum, among other minerals. Its gold reserves are among the largest in Africa, while it has the world's second-largest platinum reserves. Diamond reserves are measured to be the second-largest globally after Russia.
BMI Industry View
SWOT
Industry Forecast
Platinum: Greater Russian Involvement Ahead
Refinery Decision Finally Made
  Table: Zimbabwe - Major Platinum Projects
Political Risks Weigh Heavily On Sector
  Table: Platinum Production (Zimbabwe 2010-2018)
Gold: Few Growth Incentives In A Weak Price Environment
  Table: Key Gold Projects In Zimbabwe
  Table: Gold Production Forecast (Zimbabwe 2011-2019)
Diamonds: Depleted Reserves Portend Trouble
  Table: Diamond Production (Zimbabwe 2011-2019)
Industry Risk Reward Ratings
Zimbabwe - Risk/Reward Index
Rewards
Industry Rewards
Country Rewards
Risks
Industry Risks
Country Risks
  Table: Zimbabwe - Main Mining Projects & Expansions
  Table: Mining Industry Forecasts (Zimbabwe 2011-2019)
Africa Risk/Reward Index
High Risks, Large Rewards
African Countries Trend Lower
  Table: Africa - Mining Risk/Reward Index
Regulatory Development
Regulatory Underperformance
Beneficiation Drive
Structure, Law & Royalties
Volatile Political Climate
Corruption
Tax Regime
  Table: Zimbabwe - Political Overview
  Table: Africa: Mining Regulatory Outlook
Commodities Forecast
Commodity Strategy
Ferrous Metals
Non-Ferrous Metals
Aluminium: Abating Tightness To Cap Prices
Copper: Continued Weakness Ahead
Lead: Prices To Firm As Year Progresses
Nickel: Prices Will Only Rise Gradually
Tin: Waiting On A Deficit
Zinc: Modest Price Growth On Tighter Supply But Looser Demand
  Table: Select Commodities - Performance & BMI Forecasts
Competitive Landscape
  Table: Southern Africa - Largest Listed Mining Companies
Company Profile
Impala Platinum
  Table: Impala Platinum - Key Financial Data
African Consolidated Resources
Regional Overview
Regional Overview - Four Key Themes For 2015: Africa Mining
Gold To Retreat; Except In The DRC
West African Iron Ore On The Rocks
Job Cuts & Greater Mechanisation
Mining To Remain A Crucial Contributor To African GDP
Global Industry Overview
Global Overview
2. STRONGER US DOLLAR TO PERSIST
3. IRON ORE MARKET TO CONSOLIDATE
5. STANDOUTS IN 2015
Global Mining Regulation - Diverse Trends Across The Globe
Improving Regulatory Environments - Key Developments
  Table: Global Mining Regulation - Positive Developments
Deteriorating Regulatory Environments - Key Developments
  Table: Global Mining Regulation - Negative Developments
  Table: Global Mining Regulation - Remaining Neutral
Methodology
Industry Forecast Methodology
Sources
Risk/Reward Index Methodology
  Table: Weighting Of Indicators


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