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Continued stakeholder engagement key to the Success of Mopani-ZCCM

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ZCCM Investments Holdings (ZCCM-IH) has continued to engage various stakeholders past the close of the Transaction on 31st March 2021 to acquire the 90% shares in Mopani Copper Mines.

One of the key stakeholders engaged is the Association of Mine Suppliers and Contractors.

During a meeting held in Lusaka the Association of Mine Suppliers and Contractors President Augustine Mubanga praised ZCCM-IH for taking a bold step in acquiring the 90% shares on behalf of the Zambians.

Mr Mubanga said that the move has immense economic and social benefits for the country as the mine is still viable, and believes ZCCM-IH will help drive mineral beneficiation, industrialization and actualize the local content implementation for the greater benefit for citizens.

He also presented a number of key issues that ZCCM-IH working with the Mopani Board and management need to look into, to ensure transparency in the procurement process at Mopani.

And ZCCM-IH Chief Executive Officer Mabvuto Chipata has reiterated the Company’s commitment to ensure that the procurement process is reviewed and that all key stakeholders will be engaged in this process.

Mr Chipata siad that priority for now is to ensure operations at Mopani are stabilized and production is increased.

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