Zimbabwe President Says Selling Rhino Horns and Ivory Are Key for Conservation

Zimbabwe must be allowed to sell ivory and rhino horn stockpiles valued at $600 million to fund environmental conservation efforts in the southern African nation, according...

Zimbabwe Begins Paying White Farmers Who Had Land Expropriated

Zimbabwe’s government began compensating white commercial farmers whose land was expropriated, an agriculture lobby group said....

GE, PowerChina Set to Build $4 Billion Zambia-Zimbabwe Plant

(Bloomberg) -- Zimbabwe and Zambia chose General Electric Co. and Power Construction Corp. of China to...

Zimbabwe May Withdraw From Endangered-Species Deal to Sell $300 Million of Ivory

Zimbabwe may consider withdrawing from the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species because the organization...

Zimbabwe’s Quasi-Currency Continues on Its Precipitous Slide

Zimbabwe’s currency crisis deepened on Tuesday as its quasi-currency, known as the RTGS$, extended its slide...

To Borrow $500 Million, Zimbabwe Pledges Mine That Doesn’t Exist

The collateral for African Export-Import Bank’s $500 million loan to Zimbabwe is a mine that hasn’t...

AB InBev’s Zimbabwe Head Sees Long Winter Ahead as Demand Slumps

Delta Corp., Zimbabwe’s biggest company by market value, is bracing for cash-strapped consumers to spend less...

Army Puts Backers Off Multibillion-Dollar Zimbabwe Platinum Mine

(Bloomberg) - A plan to build Zimbabwe’s biggest platinum mine at a cost of about $4...

Multibillion-Dollar Platinum Plan Falters on Zimbabwe Army Stake

A plan to build Zimbabwe’s biggest platinum mine at a cost of about $4 billion is...

Zim’s main opposition sticks by leader after court judgment

Zimbabwe’s biggest opposition party signaled it may stick with its current leader after the High Court...

Standard Chartered Cuts Zimbabwean Jobs as Services Move to Asia

Standard Chartered Plc is migrating some of its operations from Zimbabwe to China, India and Malaysia,...

Zimbabwe’s President Says Business Is Undermining His Economic Agenda

Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa accused “unpatriotic” members of the business community of thwarting the government’s economic...

Zimbabwean Tycoon Pushes for Prices in Rand as Bread Costs Soar

Zimbabwean businessman Strive Masiyiwa wants the country to start pricing its goods in rand instead of...

Zimbabwe Plans Central Bank Rate ‘Soon,’ Finance Minister Says

Zimbabwe will “soon” introduce a central bank reference rate as part of measures the southern African...

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