The coal miner expects to reach 1,5 million tonnes by the end of the year. MAKOMO Resources says production at its Hwange mine has recovered to a static 150,000 tonnes per month from June to August, following a slow start to the year. The coal miner produced an average of 80,000 tonnes in the first quarter of the year, recovering to 140,000 tonnes in May. “Our production is now consistent at 150,000 tonnes per month and we were producing the same last year. The market is not picking up and our supply is the same,” operations manager Kudakwashe Nyabonda told The Source on Wednesday. “Unless our biggest buyer ZPC (Zimbabwe Power Company) increases its coal…