CoMZ chief executive officer, Isaac Kwesu ZIMBABWE’s platinum mines, which are battling to ride over subdued market prices, could benefit from a rally in palladium prices, a Chamber of Mines of Zimbabwe (CoMZ) executive said this week. Zimbabwe has the world’s second largest proven platinum group metal (PGM) reserves after South Africa. Palladium, rhodium and gold are some of the by-products of platinum refinery. CoMZ chief executive officer, Isaac Kwesu, told The Financial Gazette that palladium’s current price movement would be good news for platinum miners, but said it would still not be enough to repair significant damage inflicted on platinum miners by a decline in prices over the past few years. Speculative wagers on palladium have…