Head Office
Head Office
Ngezi
Selous Metallurgical
+263 242 886 878-85 Mon - Fri 08:00 - 17:00 P O Box 6380, Harare, Zimbabwe
+263 628 44 667-9 Mon - Fri 08:00 - 17:00 P O Box 61, Selous, Zimbabwe
263 628 44 888-9 Mon - Fri 08:00 - 17:00 P O Box 61 Selous, Zimbabwe
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About Us

Creating a better future through metals we produce.

Our Focus

Zimplats’ business is production of platinum group and associated metals from the Great Dyke in Zimbabwe. Our vision is to be the most valued and responsible metals producer, creating a better future for our stakeholders.We are focused on creating a better future :

  • We align the interest of our stakeholders behind our ability to unlock the power of the metals we produce to improve the quality of life for everyone, today and for generations to come.
  • We are sustainable and competitive thinkers with a strong focus on long-term value creation.
  • We seek to deliver to the full potential of our assets and place sustainable practices at the core of our business.
  • We operate in an environmentally and socially responsible way.

Zimplats Story

From the deepest quarry to the international trading rooms, we search and offer to the world a piece of Zimbabwe’s heart. Our business is focused on the extraction and marketing of platinum and platinum group of metals. But this is not our cause. We are inspired by a Great Zimbabwean civilization that constructed monolithic structures in the ancient of days which still stand today in Masvingo.

From our ancestors, this story continues and we are playing our part by using our natural resources to build the greatest Zimbabwe yet.

The Zimplats story is the Zimbabwean story.

Zimplats safety and health

Safety & Health

• Physical & Mental
• Wellbeing
• Medical Facilities

Zimplats environment

Environment

• Sustainability
• Impact Reports

Zimplats communication

Community

• Building Projects
• Community Relocations

CEO’s Report FY17

One of the key challenges of sustainable development is that it demands new and innovative choices and ways of thinking. As part of our commitment to conducting business in a sustainable manner, we embrace this challenge and continuously examine the way in which we do business and the impact that we have on our stakeholders and the environment.

  • A 63% reduction in the number of lost time injuries (LTIs) from eight in FY2016 to three in FY2017
  • Run-of-mine (ROM) ore production increased by 6% from 6.6 million tonnes to a record 7 million tonnes
  • Platinum in converter matte produced and in concentrate sold decreased by 3% from 290 410 ounces in the previous period to 281 069 ounces