Sikhulekelani Moyo, Business Reporter
SUPERB Riches, a small-scale mining company in Filabusi has expressed gratitude following its nomination for the Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce (ZNCC) annual awards which they said is a milestone in their quest to become a mining giant.
The company’s communications manager, Miss Gladys Nkoma, attributed all the achievements they have attained so far to their team’s hard-work, diligence, and focus.
She said the team has been working round the clock to ensure the success of the organisation.
“We are honoured and humbled to be nominated in such a prestigious event and we were thrilled that our managing director was the first runner up for the Businessman of the Year Award.
“It is a milestone in our journey to becoming a giant mining company,” said Miss Nkoma.”
Superb Riches Mining is a small-scale mine that started operating in October 2014 as a Fidelity Printers and Refineries gold buying agent and a gold milling company.
The company has since expanded to tipper and earth moving equipment hire, gold elution plant and boiler services. It also sells gold mining and purifying chemicals.
The company is based in Filabusi, in Insiza District, Matabeleland South Province.
“We are working extra hard to become a giant one-stop mining company that will offer all mining services, from excavation, gold milling to elution services to gold buying,” she said.
In 2016, Superb Riches Mining Company won the Best Small-Scale Custom Miller Award from the Ministry of Mines and Mining Development, which Miss Nkoma said was through hard work from both workers and the managing department.
“We won the award just a few years into the industry. This showed that we have hard-working staff working round the clock to ensure we soar high in our business operations.
“Our success is also to a greater extent attributable to the hard work, commitment, perseverance and excellent leadership skills of our managing director Mr Leonard Ndlovu.
We thank him for the vision that has seen us getting recognition,” she said.