ZIMBABWE is on course to surpass its 30 tonne gold output following a 72 percent output increase in the first seven months of 2018, the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor has said. Central bank boss John Mangudya last week said gold output had surged 72 percent in the first seven months of the year to 20,8 tonnes compared to 12,1 tonnes in the same period last year. Highlighting that the increased production was a direct result of incentives by the RBZ to miners, Mangudya said the yellow metal was anticipated to contribute more earnings this year and boost the country's helpless forex situation. “January to July gold output was 20,8 tonnes which is an increase of 72 percent compared…