Farai Rwodzi GWERU based ferrochrome processor Zimbabwe Alloys (ZimAlloys) is set to ramp up production on its metal recovery plant following the commissioning of a new jig at the company’s dumpsite. ZimAlloys, which is owned by a local business consortium Benscore led by Farai Rwodzi, has been processing its dumps, which have a metal recovery of about two to four percent, since 2013 after entering into a partnership with a Chinese firm, Jinan worth about US$2,3 million to process the dumps. The agreement involves Jinan incurring the production costs before sharing of the metal proceeds. Before the commissioning of the new jig, the partnership had 10 new jigs which produced 850 tonnes of ferro-chrome per month,…