The Zimbabwe government has “deleted” an amendment to the Finance Act which had given it the power to control at least 51% ownership in mining entities and which was seen by many as a way of reintroducing the country’s controversial indigenisation laws on the mining sector. Meanwhile, Fin24 reports, the government has granted mining entity Great Dyke Investments, which counts Russia’s Vi Holdings as one of its major shareholders, and which is expect to develop two mines, a concentrator, engineering workshops, storerooms, staff change rooms, portal offices and fuel storage, a five-year tax exemption.