Readers of a prestigious American business publication have been told that now is the time to re-engage with Zimbabwe if investors want to get in on the ground floor ahead of a resurge in the economy.
Now Is the Time to Invest, Say U.S. Analysts
allAfrica, 3 January 2018
Readers of a prestigious American business publication have been told that now is the time to re-engage with Zimbabwe if investors want to get in on the ground floor ahead of a… Read more »
Harare CBD (file photo).
Removing 51 Percent Law On All Minerals Will Lure More Foreign Investors. Says Unki Boss
New Zimbabwe, 3 January 2018
A local platinum mining company manager Walter Nemasasi said the 49 to 51 percent threshold imposed on platinum group of metals and diamonds should be lifted to lure more investors… Read more »
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has travelled to South Africa, his first foreign trip since taking office, in an attempt to persuade investors to assist him in growing the Zimbabwean ... Read more »
Since taking office last month, Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa has put economic revival at the center of his administration - and has gone a step further to state his ... Read more »
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