April 17

  • Continued Zim Dollar Rumours Hurt Economy [analysis]

    Zimbabwe Independent

    LAST week this column observed that, notwithstanding the multitude of scarcities and shortages afflicting Zimbabwe, the country has some surpluses, of which poverty continues to be... Read more »

  • Need for Speed to Liberate Zim Economy

    Zimbabwe Independent

    The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank Group held the annual Spring meetings in the United States last week. Read more »

  • Chinamasa Likely to Extend Term of RBZ Board

    Zimbabwe Independent

    THE Reserve Bank (RBZ) of Zimbabwe board of directors' term of office is set to expire at the end of this month amid indications the new Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa wants... Read more »

  • SA Banks Are Being Sued (again) [press release]

    New Economic Rights Alliance

    NewERA's Advocate Douglas Shaw is suing the SA banks again Scott. Yay! Read more »

  • On the Occasion of the Republic of Zimbabwe's National Day [document]

    State Department

    Press Statement from John Kerry, U.S. Secretary of State Read more »

  • Guard and Three Others Arrested for Kadyanji's Murder

    Malawi News Agency

    Lilongwe Police has arrested four suspects, one of them a guard, believed to have conspired in the murder of Dina Kadyanji who was working with the office of Accountant General. Read more »

  • Zim Can Increase Exports - Zimtrade

    Financial Gazette

    Zimbabwe, grappling with a widening trade deficit, has significant potential to boost its export sector despite a declining economy, a study by the export promotion body, ZimTrade,... Read more »

  • UNWTO Spurs Tourism Growth

    Financial Gazette

    THE Zimbabwe Council for Tourism (ZCT) says the country's tourism industry significantly benefitted from hosting the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) general... Read more »

  • Chiadzwa Villagers Battle Malaria Outbreak

    Financial Gazette

    A malaria outbreak is wreaking havoc on an already embattled Chiadzwa community around the Marange diamond fields with members of almost every household suffering from the disease. Read more »

  • Local Athletes Aim for Comrades in SA

    CAJ News

    BOUYED by impressive performances by local runners in the just-ended London Marathon, Kenyans have set their sights on this weekend's Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon scheduled for... Read more »

  • New Twist to Mugabe Succession Race

    Zimbabwe Independent

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe, at 90 Africa's oldest president, has added yet another twist to the Zanu PF succession race by hinting he may prefer another candidate to take over from... Read more »

  • Matinenga Urges MDC-T to Debate Succession

    Zimbabwe Independent

    FORMER Parliamentary Affairs minister Eric Matinenga has urged the MDC-T to start an open debate on leadership renewal, adding his voice to calls by a group of senior party... Read more »

  • Police Torture Mbada Diamond Employees

    Zimbabwe Independent

    POLICE in Mutare allegedly tortured six Mbada Diamonds employees to extract information to implicate prominent Mutare businessman, Mudassar Khan who is accused of receiving stolen... Read more »

  • Chaos Mars Share Ownership Trusts

    Zimbabwe Independent

    GROWING controversy and confusion over the community share ownership trusts has hit the country, leaving Zimbabweans yearning for clarity on the exact amount pledged by mining... Read more »

  • Zimra Pursues Diamond Firms

    Zimbabwe Independent

    DIAMOND mining companies operating in the Chiadzwa area of Manicaland are in the line of fire amid revelations that the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) has moved to garnish them... Read more »

  • ZB in Wrangle With Dismissed Workers

    Zimbabwe Independent

    CONTRACT workers, who were laid off by ZB Financial Holdings last month, are up in arms claiming they were unfairly dismissed. Read more »

  • NSSA in U.S $12 Million Mall Controversy

    Zimbabwe Independent

    CONTROVERSY is brewing over plans by the National Social Security Authority (Nssa) to construct a US$12 million shopping mall in Chipinge, amid claims that the authority has... Read more »

  • Gas Emerges As Potential Answer to Zim's Energy Crisis

    Zimbabwe Independent

    As Mozambique's "world-class" gas resources are developed and coal bed methane (CBM) increasingly offers potential, Zimbabwe could seemingly leverage gas opportunities to meet its... Read more »

  • The Price of Bad Governance in Zim

    Zimbabwe Independent

    I AM one of a small minority of white Zimbabweans who fought to secure equal rights and the vote for the majority in Zimbabwe. Read more »

  • Former Dictators Drawn Back Home [column]

    Zimbabwe Independent

    "I prefer death to surrender," said Pakistan's former military dictator, Pervez Musharraf, on April 1 to the special court that is trying him on five counts of high treason, but... Read more »

  • Murowa Diamonds Slump 34 Percent

    Zimbabwe Independent

    GLOBAL mining giant Rio Tinto plc says diamond production at its Zimbabwean producer Murowa Diamonds (Murowa) has slumped 34% from the last quarter in 2013 to 69 000 carats in the... Read more »

  • Small Scale Miners in Sponsorship Talks

    Zimbabwe Independent

    THE Zimbabwe Artisanal and Small Scale for Sustainable Mining Council (ZASMC) are involved in talks with various donors including those from Australia and Denmark bid to formalise... Read more »

  • Art Corporation in Expansion Drive

    Zimbabwe Independent

    LISTED diversified group ART Corporation (ART) investors are mulling the expansion of their business portfolio to include manufacturing of industrial products, businessdigest has... Read more »

  • 1º De Maio's Vice-President Threatens to Cut Players' Salaries

    ANGOP

    The vice-president of 1º de Maio de Benguela football club, Rui Araújo, expressed his sadness at the performance of players in the team in the last weekend's 7th round... Read more »

  • Health Minister Recognizes Improved Living Conditions of African Children

    ANGOP

    The minister of Health, José Van- Dunem recognized Thursday, in Luanda, that the living conditions of African children are improving due to efforts made by governments in... Read more »

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