Finance and Economic Planning, Minister Patrick Chinamasa and the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe governor, John Mangudya TODAY, as in 2009, intrepid mining investors are casting a fresh look at Zimbabwe. Today, as a decade ago, Zimbabwe finds itself on the map for holding viable reserves of a globally significant, lucrative and strategic mineral within its largely unexplored bowels. Today, as she did yesterday, Zimbabwe could find herself making the same mistakes it made yesterday. With considerable diamond and lithium reserves, Zimbabwe possesses the hardest and lightest known minerals, respectively. This is almost a metaphor for the hard, not light, decisions the country’s leadership has to make over its resources. After all, Zimbabwe is primed to be a…