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Zimbabwe’s Mnangagwa pledges reforms to promote democracy
Esigodini (Zimbabwe) (AFP) - Zimbabwe's President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Saturday pledged to reform his party and promote democracy in his closing address to the ruling ZANU PF party's annual conference.
Zimbabwe’s Emmerson Mnangagwa to Run For Second 5-Year Term In 2023
Zimbabwe’s ruling party on Saturday gave the go-ahead to President Emmerson Mnangagwa to run for a second five-year term in 2023, all but ending speculation the 76-year-old would step down for one of his deputies at the next election.
Zimbabwe NGOs Worry Government Could Close Them
HARARE — Human rights organizations and opposition parties in Zimbabwe fear the "old days" are back after the government this week threatened to deregister civic organizations that get involved in politics.
Cryptocurrencies, the solution in currency-deprived Zimbabwe?
If you want to finally read about a concrete use of cryptocurrencies. To better understand why Golix, one of the main African crypto platform has a significant importance in Zimbabwe, it is key to understand Zimbabwe’s currency crisis. We have written a detailed and thorough explanation of its cause
"Catch and Release" is Zimbabwe's Futile Strategy Against Corruption
Zimbabwe is one of those countries adversely affected by the menace of corruption, and this is something that President Emmerson Mnangagwa had promised to fight when he got into power. But a year later since he made these promises, and constantly emphasizing them time and again, nothing substantial
Exchange Control is the Central Problem facing Zimbabwe at Present
By introducing Exchange Control via the Reserve Bank the State has done the following:. Created a system to “sweep” some US$3 billion in direct foreign earnings into the Nostro accounts of the Bank. This amounts to about US$10 million every working day.
Zimbabwe's Richest Man Strive Masiyiwa To Invest $400 Million In Egypt
Liquid Telecom, a Pan-African telecoms group owned by Zimbabwean billionaire Strive Masiyiwa, is investing $400 million in data centers and network infrastructure in Egypt over the next three years, in partnership with Telecom Egypt.
Zimbabwe Food Security Outlook, December 2018 to May 2019
Economic challenges and anticipated below-average rainfall to impact poor household food access. - From December 2018 through March 2019, Crisis (IPC Phase 3) food security outcomes are expected to prevail in typical cereal deficit areas. This will mainly be due to depleted own-produced food stocks,
US announces tough new Africa policy: What does it mean for Zimbabwe?
Donald Trump’s administration on Thursday announced its new strategy for Africa, which greatly cuts aid to the continent and places tougher conditions on financial and military support, as a way of countering the growing influence of China and Russia in Africa.
The politics of petrol in Zimbabwe
Abid to overhaul Zimbabwe’s petroleum supply system by installing a second pipeline is stoking tensions between President Emmerson Mnangagwa and vice-president Constantino Chiwenga, if government officials and fuel dealers are to be believed.
China strengthens cooperation with Zimbabwe
NEWSROOM (ADV) – China strengthens control over the mineral resources of Zimbabwe by requiring the President Emmerson Mnangagwa to grant them mining and oil drilling rights as payment for printing new currency of Zimbabwe. In addition, China referred to the construction of a new capital city in Moun
Econet’s Cassava spin-off wants to be the Tencent of Zimbabwe
Shareholders in Zimbabwe’s largest mobile phone operator are set to become owners of a company with ambitions to be an internet giant of Africa. Cassava Smartech, a unit of Econet Wireless Zimbabwe, the largest company by market capitalization on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange, is expected to begin tra
A year of African elections: The West judges Zimbabwe differently from others, and that may not be a bad thing
The temptation is to demand that the EU and US use the same low standards on Zimbabwe as they use elsewhere on the continent, where they turn a blind eye to sham elections and ply nations led by violators of human rights with aid and investment.
Zimbabwe mining executive makes R1,4b profit for SA company
JOHANNESBURG – Ben Magara, Zimbabwe’s mining expert famed for business turnarounds has taken yet another South African mining company from a loss-making position, pulling Lonmin, the World’s third largest platinum producer from a R14,5b loss in 2017 to R1,4b profit in 2018.
The Untold Tragedies Of Coal Mining In Zimbabwe
This article was published in The Beam #7 — Subscribe now for more on the topic. Situated within the edges of the majestic Hwange National Park, and sitting on one of the world’s largest coal deposits, Hwange could have been an ideal home for Simba Mulezu. But his life took a different turn after he
If You See a Line in Zimbabwe, Get In It: Rule for a New Crisis
(Bloomberg) -- Things are so scarce in Zimbabwe right now that when Fanuel Machipisa sees a line of people outside a shop, he joins it without knowing what he’ll find at the end of it.
Zimbabwe Mining Minister Invites De Beers, Vast Resources to Return
HARARE/LONDON (Reuters) - De Beers and Vast Resources will be allowed to explore for diamonds in Zimbabwe, which would make them the first listed companies to mine there in that sector for two years, Mining Minister Winston Chitando said.
Amajita beat Zimbabwe to defend Cosafa Cup title, but drawn in tricky Afcon U20 Group A
Centre-back Keenan Abrahams scored the deciding penalty after Lyle Foster, who scored the equalizer with five minutes remaining on the clock before full-time, blasted Amajita’s third penalty take over the crossbar.
ZTA launches new mobile app to help tourists navigate Zimbabwe
The Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) and local tourism services firm Accoleisure (Pvt) have jointly launched a mobile phone application they say will improve access to Wi-Fi hotspots around the country, NewsDay reported.
2018 was the first year in more than a decade without a coup. Here's what that means for 2019.
The past year may have felt politically tumultuous, but in some ways it was unusually stable. 2018 is on track to be only the second year in a century without a coup d'état. The last head of state overthrown was Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe in November 2017.