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Mazowe Mine (incl. Jumbo Mine), Mazowe gold field, Mashonaland Central, Zimbabwe

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Quarz veins with gold mineralisation and rare bismuth tellurium minerals. The Mazowe mine is a merger of several formerly independent mines, of which the Jumbo Mine was the single most important producer.
Located about 40 km NNW of Harare.

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21 entries listed. 17 valid minerals.

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References

- Blenkinsop, T.G., Oberthür, T., and mapeto, O. (2000): Gold mineralization in the Mazowe area, Harare-Bindura-Shamva greenstone belt, Zimbabwe: I. Tectonic controls on mineralization. Mineralium Deposita 35, 126-137.
- Oberthür, T., Blenkinsop, T.G., Hein, U.F., Höppner, M., Höhndorf, A., and Weiser, T.W. (2000): Gold mineralization in the Mazowe area, Harare-Bindura-Shamva greenstone belt, Zimbabwe: II. Genetic relationships deduced from mineralogical, fluid inclusion and stable isotope studies, and the Sm-Nd isotopic composition of scheelites. Mineralium Deposita 35, 138-156.
- Oberthür, T. and Weiser, T. W. (2008): Gold-bismuth-telluride-sulphide assemblages at the Viceroy Mine, Harare-Bindura-Shamva greenstone belt, Zimbabwe. Mineral. Mag. 72, 953-970.

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