Articles tagged 'chisumbanje'

'Green Fuel needs $2bn to complete ethanol plants' 31 March 2014 MUTARE - Bio-fuel firm Green Fuel requires a whopping $1,8 billion in foreign direct investment (FDI) to complete the construction of four ethanol plants under its investment blueprint, the Daily News can reveal. The first phase resulted in the construction of the Chisumbanje ethanol plant at ...
Women win Green Fuel's battle 1 December 2013 CHISUMBANJE - The Zimbabwe government bowed to women pressure to okay the $600 million Green Fuel ethanol plant in Chisumbanje, with imported petrol now blended with 10 percent of locally-produced ethanol from the Lowveld. The project has lowered Zimbabwe's fuel import bill by $3 million every...
Green Fuel plant among Africa's top five infrastructure giants 19 November 2013 HARARE - Green Fuel (GF)'s Chisumbanje-based ethanol plant has been ranked among the top five mega infrastructure projects in Africa with the energy group receiving the “Green Product of the year” award at the recently held Green Business Awards (GBA). This comes as GF successfully built and c...
DNA laboritory long over due 7 November 2013 EDITOR — We have a lot of outstanding criminal and civil cases in our country which need solving. There are many victims of domestic violence and disputes where men with interim orders need Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) evidence to convince themselves they are the father or convince the court th...
Chisumbanje disaster: Police identify 14 1 November 2013 HARARE - Police have so far identified 14 out of the 24 victims who perished in the Chisumbanje road disaster. Six people who survived the horrific crash on Wednesday morning are receiving treatment, with some of them still in critical condition. According to a police report sent to Green Fue...
21 killed as ethanol tanker explodes 30 October 2013 CHISUMBANJE - A Green Fuels ethanol tanker exploded into flames when it side-swiped a Mazda T35 truck carrying a coffin and 30 mourners in a horror crash that left more than 20 people dead in Chisumbanje yesterday. The bulk of the people were burned to death, according to witnesses.