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Emirates in talks over money stuck in Zimbabwe, but won’t quit route

Emirates Airlines is talking to the Zimbabwean government over earnings stuck in the country but has no plans to pull out of the route, a senior official...

Tharisa seeks to tap Zimbabwe’s battery minerals potential

Platinum group metals miner Tharisa is expanding into Zimbabwe with a drilling programme that could deliver results early next year and develop the company’s exposure to battery...

Mnangagwa’s Unki comments expose worrying policy inconsistency

President Emmerson Mnangagwa rarely misses an opportunity to assure business that policy vagueness and inconsistency, the bane of the Mugabe years, is now a thing of the...

ZimRe wants 49% Zupco stake back

ZimRe Holdings says it will assert its 49% interest in state-run bus company Zupco, after government indicated the shareholding, which it values at $250 million, was up...

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. 
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Metallon’s Mzi Khumalo accuses RBZ of corruption, sues for US$132m

Metallon Corporation, the country’s biggest gold producer, is to sue the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe for what it says is US$132 million worth of lost profits due to central...