Hon. Winston Chitando

Hon. Winston Chitando

Minister of Mines and Mining Development Zimbabwe

Winston Chitando is a Zimbabwean politician who serves in the government of Zimbabwe as Minister of Mines and Mining Development since September 2018 under the Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government.
Chitando joined Hwange Colliery Company in 1985, and worked for Anglo-American Corporation in various capacities, including Chief Accountant, for 11 years.
In 1997, he became a commercial manager (Mining and Industrial Division) at Zimasco before rising to the position of executive director (finance) for both Zimasco (Pvt) (Ltd) and Mimosa Mining Company (1998-2007). He served as Vice-President of the Chamber of Mines of Zimbabwe from 2008 to 2011 and its President from 2011 to 2013.executive chairman of Mimosa Holdings since April 1, 2013. He was chairman of Hwange Colliery Company Limited since May 19, 2016.
 

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Wednesday 05/02/2020

From 10:25 To 11:35

02/05/2020 10:25 02/05/2020 11:35 Ministerial Presentations and Q&A Block 1. Southern Africa Presentations: The latest legislative updates, emerging opportunities and ongoing development
Q&A: Regional challenges and prospects for collaboration between the countries
 
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"Ministerial Presentations and Q&A Block 1. Southern Africa"

Hon. Lefoko Maxwell Moagi Hon. Winston Chitando

Wednesday 05/02/2020

From 14:00 To 14:50

02/05/2020 14:00 02/05/2020 14:50 Panel: Public-Private Alliances for Responsible Sourcing of African Metals & Minerals
  • Sourcing in conflict-affected and high-risk areas: OECD Framework and other practical tools for companies to better understand and mitigate supply chain risks?
  • Defining the role of Financial Institutions: Strategic client due diligence and other measures that need to be undertaken to enhance responsible supply chains
  • What is the scope for international cooperation on the Conflict Minerals front?
  • Building transparency along the supply chain to reduce financial risks and limit the number of social conflicts: What do producers, end users and national regulators need to have in place to achieve that?
CTICC

CTICC

"Panel: Public-Private Alliances for Responsible Sourcing of African Metals & Minerals"

Hon. Winston Chitando Jon Samuel Teng Liliang Tyler Gillard
Time and date

Wednesday 05/02/2020

From 10:25 To 11:35

02/05/2020 10:25 02/05/2020 11:35 Ministerial Presentations and Q&A Block 1. Southern Africa Presentations: The latest legislative updates, emerging opportunities and ongoing development
Q&A: Regional challenges and prospects for collaboration between the countries
 
CTICC
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CTICC

Topic
Speakers

Time and date

Wednesday 05/02/2020

From 14:00 To 14:50

02/05/2020 14:00 02/05/2020 14:50 Panel: Public-Private Alliances for Responsible Sourcing of African Metals & Minerals
  • Sourcing in conflict-affected and high-risk areas: OECD Framework and other practical tools for companies to better understand and mitigate supply chain risks?
  • Defining the role of Financial Institutions: Strategic client due diligence and other measures that need to be undertaken to enhance responsible supply chains
  • What is the scope for international cooperation on the Conflict Minerals front?
  • Building transparency along the supply chain to reduce financial risks and limit the number of social conflicts: What do producers, end users and national regulators need to have in place to achieve that?
CTICC
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CTICC

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