Abstract: This paper presents the results of microprobe investigations of the Platinum-Group Elements (PGE) of the Selukwe Subchamber, Great Dyke, Zimbabwe. The PGE are associated with base metal sulphides in the uppermost pyroxenites of the Ultramafic Sequence of the Great Dyke. The following minerals have been indentified: bismuthotellurides (moncheite, maslovite, michenerite, kotulskite and polarite); arsenides (sperrylite); and sulphides and sulpharsenides (cooperite, laurite, braggite and hollingworthite). Platinum Group Minerals (PGM) occur in three distinct textural environments: (1) at the boundary of sulphides and silicates/hydrosilicates, (2) entirely enclosed within sulphides, and (3) entirely enclosed within silicate or hydrosilicate minerals. The stratigraphic distribution, environments and textures of the PGM have important genetic implications, and cannot be explained by a single process. A multi-process model for the petrogenesis of the PGE mineralisation in terms of complexation and intermediate compound formation is proposed. The primary mineralising events were due to orthomagmatic processes, but the observed textures are the result of microscale remobilisation of PGM components by trapped interstitial fluids (hydromagmatic processes).