Minister of Mines Winston Chitando AT least $12 billion in new investment is expected to flow into Zimbabwe’s mining sector in the next five years, a new report said last week, indicating that the country will transform into one of the biggest destinations for mining capital. The report, which was co-authored by the Chamber of Mines and Zimbabwe (CoMZ) and Mining Report, was released during a mining investment conference held last week. The projections suggest that the country would receive about $2,4 billion in new investment per year until 2022, riding on an improved investment climate since November last year when President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration came into office. The CoMZ has previous said the mining industry requires…