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National dialogue is welcome

Zimbabwe has been battered left, right and centre on the economic front for the past two decades, and the people are yearning for a...

Afreximbank avails $255m letters of credit to Zim

LIVINGSTONE MARUFU The African Export Import Bank (Afreximbank) has availed US$255m letters of credit to Zimbabwe for fuel imports and the production of basic commodities...

Whose agenda is it anyway?

Stembile Mpofu After three weeks of turmoil it is clear that the situation Zimbabwe is experiencing is very different from what has been faced before....

President appoints private sector-led advisory council

STAFF WRITER President Emmerson Mnangagwa has appointed a Presidential Advisory Council comprising businessmen, scholars and members of the clergy as the new leader commits to...

Meikles Limited fights back

TINASHE MAKICHI Zimbabwe Stock Exchange-listed Meikles Limited has won its claim for restitution of $1,3 million which it paid to a company linked to businessman...

ED mulls security sector restructuring

TAURAI MANGUDHLA/TINASHE MAKICHI A clash is brewing between politicians and security chiefs about the handling of the security response to the aftermath of the violent...

Manufacturing sector seeks $200m funding to sustain ops

LIVINGSTONE MARUFU ZIMBABWE’s manufacturing sector is in dire need of $200 million funding to enable it to continue producing and supplying the local market, the...

Zim FDI drive off the rails

The African Trade Insurance Agency (ATI) has capacity to provide cover on transactions worth $116 million into Zimbabwe this year out of the $1,6...

Zim not desperate to rejoin Commonwealth

GARIKAI FADZI Zimbabwe is not desperate to be readmitted into the Commonwealth, says presidential spokesperson George Charamba. The country left the Commonwealth in December 2003...

Civil servants to go on strike

STAFF WRITER The Apex Council, the body representing 19 civil service unions, says government employees will go on strike tomorrow because the government has failed...