President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s latest line-up of Ministers needs to come with a fresh set of permanent secretaries, according to the head of a business group. Chris Mugaga, CEO of the Zimbabwe National Chamber of...
Bikita Minerals will export its first ever shipment of spodumene concentrate this weekend, the first output from a new plant commissioned in July. Global metals giant Sinomine bought Bikita last year in a US$180...
We should not expect major changes in Cabinet from a candidate that ran on the platform of “continuity”, says President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s spokesman. Mnangagwa is expected to name a new Cabinet soon, as he...
The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission has started releasing results of Wednesday's elections. Below, we post official results and our analysis. This blog will be updated as results and news become available. (Keep refreshing for latest updates)
By Marko Phiri Since quitting her post as a teacher about six years ago, 33-year-old Hazel Svinurai has made numerous break-of-dawn trips to the edges of the Zambezi River, about 500km from her home in...
The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) says it will only release the voters’ roll once legal challenges to candidate nominations are cleared, resisting growing pressure from the opposition to immediately make available the register. Zimbabwe’s...
Zimbabwe has been taking pride in the dominance of local products on store shelves, but a new report shows signs that the country's manufacturing base may be shrinking. The volume of manufacturing index, which...
The European Union says it will start deploying its election observer mission to Zimbabwe next week, ahead of August elections. Fabio Castaldo, a Member of the European Parliament, will head the EU mission,...
Political parties are rushing to beat the clock to register their candidates ahead of today’s 4PM deadline. At the High Court, six candidates had been confirmed by 2PM, including President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his...
Zimbabwe’s central bank has ruled out further interest-rate increases because they would have potentially negative repercussions, Governor John Mangudya said.  “We’ve already hiked rates and there is a limit to hiking rates,” beyond which...
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