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ED welcomed at the Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD)

The 7th Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD) was joined by President Mnangagwa yesterday. The three-day gathering is business and investment oriented, having partnership...

Zimbabwe holds 7th annual National Agri-Business Conference

Zimbabwe held the 7th Annual National Agri-business Conference this week, which ran concurrently with this year’s Zimbabwe Agricultural Exhibition Show. The Agri-Business Forum is a...

Mnangagwa proclaims ‘no one is above the law’ at anti corruption...

Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) in conjunction with the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) yesterday launched the anti-corruption awareness campaign in Harare. Among the attendees were President...

Zimbabwe’s monthly Inflation Drops To 21.4% according to ZimStat

The Zimbabwe National Statistics (ZimStat) has revealed that the country’s month on month inflation for July fell by 18.22 percent points to 21.04 percent. The...

IMF: ‘Civil servants’ to get salaries increase in Zimbabwe

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has promised that state workers’ salaries will be raised but the process must be done sustainably. IMF’s resident representative to...

SADC calls for collective action against sanctions on Zimbabwe

The southern African Development Community (SADC), has called on its members' states to collectively voice out against sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe by the western...

Zimbabwe is “open for business” says ambassador

Thanduxolo Buti Dr David Hamadziripi, Ambassador of Zimbabwe to South Africa, believes that the current turbulence that Zimbabwe is facing will usher in a new...

Disgruntled protesters tell MDC to lead from the front

Protestors have blamed the MDC leadership for taking a back seat at the just ended political demonstration that flopped last week Friday which saw...

Zimbabwe: MDC vows to continue protests while UN and US condemn...

The United Nations and the United States has raised red flag over the use of force by the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) on peaceful...

Woman kills herself and son due to economic hardships in Zimbabwe

The economic hardships in Zimbabwe have driven a 31-year-old woman to kill her 12-year-old son and commit suicide by eating food with rat poison. The...

Street vendors in Gweru, Zimbabwe face eviction 

Street vendors in Zimbabwe’s Gweru Kudzanayi long-distance bus terminal have been told to vacate their stalls by the council in seven days. Vendor’s representatives have...

UN appeals for more funds to aid Zimbabwe 

With the cyclone that hit the Eastern regions earlier this year and the introduction of the Zimbabwean dollar, Zimbabwe is at the brink of...

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