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The hydrometallurgical ferro-reductive decomposition of stibnite, galena and arsenopyrite/pyrite gold bearing flotation concentrates. (University of Zimbabwe, 2002)The thesis describes experimental investigations on the reductive decomposition of three sulphide minerals, namely (a) stibnite (Sb2S3), a gold and silver bearing antimony sulphide; (b) galena (PbS), a mainly silver bearing ...
An analysis of the factors affecting and explaining the low private equity investment allocation of Zimbabwe's Asset Management Companies (2019-10)Zimbabwe’s asset management industry has a low asset allocation threshold on average of 3% towards private equity (PE) investments against international benchmarks threshold of 5- 10%. This suboptimal allocation towards ...
An analysis of the implementation of succession planning practice in the banking industry in Zimbabwe (2019-10)Succession planning studies have been mostly conducted on family owned businesses due to the fact that the majority of family business operations start and end with the initial owner.This study focused on banks for the ...
An evaluation of the background characteristics leading to non-performing loan or loan default among individual customers at BANCABC bank Zimbabwe limited (2012 to 2014) (2019-10)Non-Performing Loans (NPLs) has become a challenge that affected viability of many banks and economies in different nations of the world which require urgent and lasting solutions. This research gives an evaluation of ...