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Thembelani Moyo

Nonfiction Writer, Copy Editor, Broadcaster, and Journalist

Location icon South Africa

Grammar, words, punctuation and style: That's a brief description of areas of my interest and passion. Fluff and verbosity turn me off!

I write clear and concise copy that suits and interests' your targeted readership, and my copy is delivered on time.

My areas of interest are editing, proofreading, writing and online research.



How Zimbabwe is losing billions through gold smuggling - Zi-Mining

By Thembelani Moyo 3 Minute read Zimbabwe is losing billions of dollars in potential revenue through gold leakages, and will soon tighten its laws to prevent further losses, Finance and Economic Development Minister has said. Professor Mthuli Ncube made the revelations in parliament, last week, as he presented the 2020 national budget.

Two reasons why mineral production has declined in Zimbabwe - Zi-Mining

By Thembelani Moyo, ZiMining News Editor 2 Minute read Power cuts and a shortage of foreign currency are the reasons why Zimbabwe's mining industry has recorded a decrease in total mineral production in the 2nd quarter of 2019, Finance and Economic Development Minister has said.

The Herald
Zimbabwe Miners Federation AGM: Small scale miners on the spotlight

All eyes will be set on the Zimbabwe Miners Federation (ZMF) Annual General Meeting (AGM) and Inaugural Conference and Exhibition, from 10-11 September in Gweru, to see how mining stakeholders intend to align Artisanal and Small Scale Miners (ASM) in the mainstream economy.

Edited Articles

Rethinking ecological debt in the mining sector in Zimbabwe - Zi-Mining

By Ernest K Mando, Masvingo It is my hope that by the time you finish reading this article, you will be able to understand what ecological debt is. Also, I want you to walk with me as I explain why ecological debt should be taken into account when debating on national economic development.

Wake up Shabanie Mine: Mujaji - Zi-Mining

By Tafadzwa Goronga Celebrated Paralympic champion, Elliot Mujaji- 16 years after his boss had a fallout with the government- still hopes Shabanie Mine will, one day, resume operations and have sport return to its former days of glory when it enjoyed sponsorship from the mine.


NOW: why power cuts are a cause for concern in mining - Zi-Mining

Editorial by Thembelani Moyo 3 Minute read The electricity power cuts rolled out by the power utility, ZESA, have become a nightmare for businesses in Zimbabwe. Mining companies have been forced to reduce production hours because of inconsistent power supply. As a result, gold production output is on the decline.

Sound mineral governance can benefit Zimbabwe - Zi-Mining

Editorial by Thembelani Moyo 2 Minute read Zimbabwe can solve its myriad of problems it is facing at the moment through sound mineral resource governance. Poverty, environmental damage and corporate social responsibility are greatly improved when a country is transparent in its resource management. Mineral wealth and people Botswana has shown that well managed mineral ...

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