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Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Statistics

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No extra power until you pay US$80m arrears, neighbours tell Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe needs to raise US$80 million to clear arrears with its regional electricity suppliers before it can ramp up imports to ease a critical power shortage. 
Zimbabwe power crisis

Power struggle: How corruption and poor planning left Zimbabwe in the dark

Zimbabwe’s power utility says the rolling power cuts the country is facing have been caused by low water levels at Kariba. This is true, but it is...

Fossil completes takeover of Lafarge Cement in US$29.7m deal

Fossil Mines has completed the takeover of Lafarge Cement, giving the infrastructure company control of one of Zimbabwe’s biggest cement producers. The deal reportedly...
Karo Mining Zimbabwe

Tharisa extends US$50m Karo bond to mop up demand, but faces regulatory delay

Tharisa has extended its US$50 million bond issue for Karo Mining, saying it needed to mop up “strong interest” from potential investors. A regulatory holdup may also...

A mall at Harare showgrounds, hotel among planned property developments for newly-listed Tigere

A new mall at the Zimbabwe Agriculture Showgrounds and a hotel are among new projects that property developer Terrace Africa plans to add to the portfolio of...

After requests from Europe and Asia, UK’s Contango plans to start coal exports from...

By Nelson Banya London-listed Contango Holdings says it plans to start exporting thermal coal early next year from its Zimbabwe mine following requests...

Checking out: One of Victoria Falls’ biggest hotels is shutting down over a contract...

The Kingdom Hotel, one of the most recognisable features in Victoria Falls, is shutting down in January after a lease dispute. The hotel will...

RBZ’s tight monetary policy: Here’s what leading consumer companies are saying about it

Authorities are toasting the slowdown in inflation as a victory for central bank’s tight monetary policy, but reports by consumer companies show the damage the measures are...