By Gavin du Venage, South African Editor

A military coup in Zimbabwe could provide a jump start to the country’s mining industry, potentially one of the most vibrant on the continent.

In November, the military overthrew Robert Mugabe, bringing his 37-year reign over the southern Africa country to an abrupt end. The near bloodless coup swept Mugabe’s former deputy Emmerson Mnangagwa to the presidency, just weeks after he had been fired.

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