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Tapiwa

Zimbaqua is the World’s first sustainable mine empowering women in rural communities through mining. We are working closely with the community leaders to ensure that we positively impact their communities with our priority being; education and wellbeing of children.

We wish to positively contribute to the national economy as well as the local economy of the communities around the mine. We believe in value adding through sustainability and positive stories about extraction of minerals. We believe that transparency, responsibility and traceability is the future of mining.

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Yedzai

The name “Aquamarine” originates from the Latin meaning "water of the sea" and is the blue to blue-green variety of Beryl. It’s beautifully delicate blue colour is derived from iron. Other well-known gem varieties of Beryl include emerald, morganite and heliodor.

Aquamarine is formed when magma under the earth crust interact with mineral rich rocks (pegmatites). The aquamarine is formed in pegmatites once these rocks are heated and interact with the magma. The pegmatites are formed in the final stages of magma crystallisation.

Because of the way aquamarine is formed, it is found mainly in rocky or mountainous areas of the world – in particular Africa, India, South America, Russia and North America.

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Esther

Zimbaqua is the World’s first sustainable mine empowering women in rural communities through mining. We are working closely with the community leaders to ensure that we positively impact their communities with our priority being; education and wellbeing of children.

We wish to positively contribute to the national economy as well as the local economy of the communities around the mine. We believe in value adding through sustainability and positive stories about extraction of minerals. We believe that transparency, responsibility and traceability is the future of mining.

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Rozy

The name “Aquamarine” originates from the Latin meaning "water of the sea" and is the blue to blue-green variety of Beryl. It’s beautifully delicate blue colour is derived from iron. Other well-known gem varieties of Beryl include emerald, morganite and heliodor.

Aquamarine is formed when magma under the earth crust interact with mineral rich rocks (pegmatites). The aquamarine is formed in pegmatites once these rocks are heated and interact with the magma. The pegmatites are formed in the final stages of magma crystallisation.

Because of the way aquamarine is formed, it is found mainly in rocky or mountainous areas of the world – in particular Africa, India, South America, Russia and North America.

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Rutendo

Zimbaqua is the World’s first sustainable mine empowering women in rural communities through mining. We are working closely with the community leaders to ensure that we positively impact their communities with our priority being; education and wellbeing of children.

We wish to positively contribute to the national economy as well as the local economy of the communities around the mine. We believe in value adding through sustainability and positive stories about extraction of minerals. We believe that transparency, responsibility and traceability is the future of mining.