Zimbabwe Minister Projects Economic Growth of up to 6% in 2018

HARARE, (Reuters) - Zimbabwe’s economy could grow by up to 6 percent this year, more than an initial forecast of 4.5 percent, due to the reforms...

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President Mnangagwa drives to compensate white farmers

(The Source) – Zimbabwe government is considering setting up a tribunal to determine the value of...

Mnangagwa Intensifies EU-Zim Re-engagement

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Chinamasa speaks on bond notes future

Minister of Finance and Economic Planning Patrick Chinamasa has insisted that Bond Notes will not be...

Legislators move to dissolve parliament over sanitary pads

Parliamentarians have threatened to reject Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa’s budget over its failure to address the...

Gen. Moyo pledges to clear embassy debts

Government has begun mobilizing resources to clear arrears in respect of salaries, rentals and other running...

Chinamasa’s ‘Budget Targets Unrealistic’

Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa’s budget speech sets a good precedence in terms of policy thrust of...

Parliament Will Sit Again on Tuesday 19th December

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Mnangagwa gets fresh boost from Khama

Botswana Minister of International Affairs and Cooperation Dr Pelenomi Vincent Moitoi has delivered a special message...

Chinamasa has no mandate to present the Zimbabwean budget

The Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) says that Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa does not have...

Continued occupation of streets by Zim army ‘scares away investors’ – opposition

Bulawayo - Zimbabwe's government, under newly inaugurated President Emmerson Mnangagwa, has announced "a new economic order" that signals a...

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