EUROPE headquartered integrated resource group, Tharisa, says it is seeking national project status for its $4,2 billion platinum project in Zimbabwe. The group’s chief executive officer Phoevos Pouroulis said the miner which recently acquired a 26,8 percent stake in Loucas Pouroulis-linked Karo Mining Holdings Limited (Karo) with the two set to explore on ground released by Zimplats, was optimistic about the country’s growth prospects. “In Zimbabwe good progress is being made on regulatory approvals including National Project Status applications and Environmental Impact Assessment reports and approvals, following which the planned exploration programmes will commence. “… We look forward to delivering on our production guidance for the full financial year and on our growth plans outlined in Vision 2020 in conjunction…