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Zim sets up special zones to attract UAE tech, green energy firms

Zimbabwe is setting up special economic zones to attract UAE investors in technology, green energy and other areas, as it seeks to diversify away from mineral exports, a senior...

OPINION: Eddie Cross’s scorecard on reforms – There is despair outside and resistance inside,...

There is a real sense of despair in the country. Perhaps it is a left over from the heady days when we celebrated the final departure of Mr. Mugabe...

Masiyiwa’s Liquid Telecom seals $180m deal with UK’s CDC Group

Strive Masiyiwa’s Liquid Telecom has received a $180 million investment from the UK's CDC Group, allowing Africa’s largest fibre-network operator to expand its broadband across the continent. CDC, the development finance...

Budget is ‘positive’, but back up your talk with action on political reform, US...

Mthuli Ncube’s budget is “positive” and can make an impact on the country’s fiscal crisis, but Zimbabwe needs “profound” political and economic reforms to end isolation and win debt...

Forex markets and spending cuts: Prof Chakravati’s 5 steps to Zimbabwe’s economic recovery

With Zimbabwe facing a deep economic crisis, marked by acute foreign currency shortages, debate is raging on how best the country can manage the exchange rate. The Government insists on...

INTERVIEW: Lithium Consolidated acquires two mines in Zim, says country will be a key...

Lithium Consolidated Limited, an ASX-listed firm with operations in Australia, has acquired two lithium mining projects Zimbabwe. The company is one of several Australian firms exploring lithium and other...