Chamisa Has Some Ideas For Ending Zimbabwe's Crisis
Nelson Chamisa's led Movement for Democratic Change has weighed in on the current economic crisis facing Zimbabwe saying there is a need for urgent national dialogue. The country is experiencing shortages of fuel, medicine and food, and spiraling bread and cooking oil prices.
Chamisa Speaks About the Ongoing Crisis
263Chat, 8 October 2018
Nelson Chamisa's led Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) has called on President Emmerson Mnangagwa to urgently deal with legitimacy issues saying there is need for a national… Read more »
Emmerson Mnangagwa (left) and Nelson Chamisa.
Rush to Offload Cash Triggers Stocks Rally
Zimbabwe Independent, 12 October 2018
Stocks rallied this week as investors rushed to get rid of cash and electronic balances and took positions in equities after the accelerated devaluation of the local currency… Read more »
After peacefully electing President Emmerson Mnangagwa in July, many hoped the country would emerge from turmoil and return to prosperity. Instead, it appears to be imploding since ... Read more »
The Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions has called for national protests as the country's economic crisis worsens, but police say they would halt any demonstrations in Harare due to ... Read more »
While Haddon and Sly's management insists the supermarket is closed to pave way for renovations, workers claim that the closure is permanent. The company had been reportedly facing ... Read more »
Commuters are already bearing the consequences of the fuel shortage gripping the country as operators are already hiking taxi fares. This is despite the Central Bank Governor John ... Read more »