Minister of Mines, and Mining Development, Walter Chidhakwa GOVERNMENT is yet to locate a site for the construction of a $300 million platinum refinery, set to be established under a joint venture arrangement between an Australian partner and the Zimbabwe Mining Development Corporation (ZMDC), a minister has said. Deputy Mines and Mining Development Minister, Fred Moyo, told The Financial Gazette this week government was yet to find a suitable site for the refinery, almost three months after announcing the venture. The Australian partner in the venture is Kell Technology (Kelltech). “We have not yet found a suitable site. They have to get back to us so that we can look at the Dyke and factors like…