Zimbabwe’s official inflation rate has risen to 4.83% year-on-year, pushing towards its highest level since dollarisation. August annual inflation quickened by 0.54 percentage points from 4.29 percent in July, according to the latest data released on Monday by Zimstat. Month-on-month...
State-owned telecoms firm TelOne has opened bids seeking financial advisors for its  privatisation plan. TelOne is one of 35 state enterprises that the Government announced in April would be either sold off, partially privatised or allowed to shut down, as...
At a press conference to announce his new Cabinet, President Emmerson Mnangagwa was in a rush to show he had done something new. Why did you appoint Kirsty Coventry, one reporter asked, she has never walked the corridors of power?...
Nespresso, a unit of Nestlé, has announced a long-term investment plan to revive Zimbabwe’s coffee industry. The company will provide training and technical assistance to 400 smallholder coffee farmers over the next five years, with the goal of increasing the...
Zimbabwe’s wheat stocks are critically low and the country could run out of flour within days, grain millers have warned. The country has 28 028 metric tonnes of wheat in stock against a required minimum three-month stock cover of 114...
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...
Following is the ruling made by Chief Justice Luke Malaba on the election petition brought by MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa.  This is a unanimous judgement of the court. It must be noted however that it does not at the...
Zunaid Moti is frustrated at being called controversial. The 44-year-old, who comes from Mokopane, where his father owned a large general dealership, says: "Forever and a day, as far as SA is concerned, whenever I open a newspaper, I...
SADC leaders have called for calm in Zimbabwe ahead of Wednesday’s court hearing on the disputed election, and urged an end to Western sanctions on the country.  In a communique released on Saturday at the end of the SADC Heads...
Zimbabwe has adequate skilled and unskilled labour to support increasing investment and the expansion of mining operations, claims mining, exploration and development company Caledonia Mining. Caledonia owns the Blanket gold mine, in Zimbabwe, one of the few operating gold mines...
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