These GEHL’s are ROCKing the ZIM small scale mining market!
These two GEHL mini excavators are on their way to a small mining operation in Bulawayo. The customer chose these two machines over its competitors due to the fact that it does not have an extender stick which is a very high wearing area and it comes complete with the hydraulic piping on the backhoe for changing out the bucket to a rock-breaker or any other hydraulic attachment – it’s helpful that this is already part of the machine, most other machines do not have this extra feature. These machines can be changed from a 2 to a 4 wheel-drive and come complete with an Aircon.
We’ve added some new machines to our range!
ELB welcomes the newest edition to its drill rig range – the TMB25 by tmbhortechnik which is brought to Zimbabwe by Kanu Equipment Zimbabwe. With its Telescopic device and the arrangement of the boom it allows more drill holes from one rig position. It also has a rollover device which allows horizontal drilling.
Successful Mine Entra 2018 & Training for our Bulawayo staff
After a successful Mine Entra Exhibition, Kanu Equipment Zimbabwe Peter Kaliszka from ELB, Mark Tavener, the Divisional Manager from Harare and Chez Shiels, our Crushing and Screening expert provided training for the Bulawayo staff.
Kanu Equipment Zimbabwe handover the second Cat Dozer rebuild for CMED
Despite the usual challenges of shortages of foreign currency the rebuild was completed within budget on schedule by the Technical Team. The program was managed by our Technical Manager, Nathan Cornish and the rebuild headed by Tonderai Masikati .
Join us at Mine Entra 2018 !
The Little Birds in Zimbabwe
Last month saw the “Diamond Minds” Directors Conference held in Victoria Falls. Every year at this conference, nominees from all the different countries are put forward to receive “the Little Bird Award”.
Phatisa Achieves A Partial Exit Of Kanu And Raises Us$20m Of Expansion Capital With Adenia
‘Phatisa has been an active and dynamic investor that shares Kanu’s vision of becoming a truly pan-African equipment dealer. As the business continues to evolve, the additional capital will enable the business to deliver this vision,’commented Stephen Smithyman, Chief Executive Officer – Kanu.
Meet the Boss: Stephen Smithyman, CEO, Kanu Equipment
“We now employ over 557 people across 14 countries and as a management team we are responsible for those people and the families that they support. With every decision I think of those people that work in very difficult circumstances and that is an enormous responsibility that we take on every day. ”
Goal Diggers Award Ceremony
11 July 2017
Kanu Equipment celebrated the success of a great financial year at their Annual Awards Ceremony, held on the 11th of July 2017, at the Palace of the Lost City, Sun City.
Kanu Equipment – Experience the support
It is no secret that the lands of Africa are blessed with unimaginable riches, thanks to the vast natural resources that are to be found on and beneath its ground. For an example of this, we need look no further than the statistics surrounding its estimated mineral resources.
Kanu Zimbabwe Rebranding
Our Zimbabwe team celebrated their Grand Rebranding at three local events in Harare, Bulawayo & Hwange. Now trading as Kanu Equipment Zimbabwe, they look forward to their customers experiencing a new level of Service & Support.
The Official Mining in Africa Country Investment Guide (MACIG)
Selected Quotes from the Interview with Stephen Smithyman, CEO, Kanu Equipment.
New shareholder, African Agriculture Fund (“AAF”), managed by Phatisa, acquires 40% shares in Torre Equipment Africa Limited
Torre is pleased to announce that it has concluded a subscription agreement (“Subscription Agreement”) with the African Agriculture Fund (“AAF”), a private equity fund managed by Phatisa Fund Managers Limited (“Phatisa”) in terms of which AAF will subscribe for 40% of the ordinary shares in Torre Equipment Africa Limited (“TEA”). A management consortium (“Manco”) will simultaneously subscribe for 5% of the shares in TEA (together, the “Transaction”). The shareholding in TEA after the Transaction will be 55% Torre, 40% AAF and 5% Manco. The Transaction will raise new capital of US$15 736 347 for TEA (“Subscription Proceeds”).