By Felix Njini A plan to build Zimbabwe’s biggest platinum mine at a cost of about US$4 billion is floundering because a military stake in the project has deterred potential backers, according to...
President Emmerson Mnangagwa says government experts are finalising the rollout of vaccines, but warned Zimbabweans to prepare for a further rise in cases. On Saturday afternoon, Mnangagwa delivered a speech that was light on...
After years of brutal hyperinflation, Zimbabwe became known as a place where cash was almost worthless. Now, investors are fighting over EcoCash, the country’s homegrown PayPal-like service that has zoomed into the economy’s cash void.
An auction at Robert Mugabe's farm reveals the decay of one of his prized properties. A day ahead of a big auction at Mugabe's Gushungo Dairy Farm, in the Mazowe valley, auctioneers were spraying...
By Mthuli Ncube, Finance Minister A former US Secretary of the Treasury once noted that, “the budget is not just a collection of numbers, but an expression of our values and aspirations.”
Australian mining company Six Sigma says it has begun drilling at its Shamva lithium project to determine the extent of the resource. In May, the ASX-listed company announced the acquisitions of lithium concessions in Shamva and a vanadium-titanium project in...
Zimbabwe should look at introducing its own currency to solve the financial crisis, South African Finance minister Tito Mboweni says.  South Africa’s National Treasury director-general, Dondo Mogajane, and Lesetja Kganyago, govenor of the South...
It is with a deep sense of gratitude and humility that l stand here today, to address you fellow Zimbabweans, upon my inauguration as President of the Republic of Zimbabwe, having been mandated to form the next Government, following...
Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe is ceding control of the refinery of gold, offering mining companies 60% of the refining business of Fidelity Printers & Refiners (FPR). RBZ is splitting FPR into two entities, keeping the coin minting and security printing...
By Mike Murenzvi On the evening of 7 November, two long distance buses operating as Smart Express and Bolt Cutter sideswiped in Rusape. Sadly, 50 people lost their lives and another 70 people suffered varying degrees of physical and psychological...
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