Liberation chief executive officer, Victor Tskhovrebov COAL miner, Liberation Mining (Liberation), says it is yet to start commercial operations because Zimbabwe’s regulatory and statutory bodies have incessantly interrupted the project with fresh demands. Liberation chief executive officer, Victor Tskhovrebov, last week told The Financial Gazette that while the miner had applied for Environmental Impact Assessment certification for its Gwayi concession in Lupane district, Matabeleland North province in December last year, the Environmental Management Agency (EMA) was yet to clear the firm. “We applied last year in December and they keep coming with new requirements moving the goalposts. They told us we would have it this Friday (last week), but we will see how it goes. This…