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Zimbabwe budget woos foreign investors

Zimbabwe budget woos foreign investors Zimbabwe has taken steps towards ending its economic isolation in its first budget since the end of Robert Mugabe’s 37-year authoritarian rule. Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa announced a package of measures aimed at wooing international investors, including new curbs on laws that require firms to …

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#Zimbabwe Ex-Finance Minister Ignatius Chombo Released on Bail

Zimbabwe judge frees former finance minister Chombo on bail By Reuters HARARE, Dec 7 (Reuters) – A Zimbabwean judge on Thursday released on bail former finance minister Ignatius Chombo who is facing charges of corruption dating back two decades, including defrauding the central bank. Chombo, who was detained after the …

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Robert Mugabe Jr has launched his own clothing label selling US$300 men’s T-shirts and US$250 for ladies’ tops.

Harare – Former president Robert Mugabe‘s son, Robert Mugabe Jr, has launched his own clothing label, “which he hopes will be competitive on the international scene”, reports say. According to Daily News, the label, called xGx, was launched in Johannesburg just weeks after the nonagenarian’s fall from power. The apparels are a bit on …

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Zimbabwe Army Chief General Chiwenga Tipped for Vice President Post

Zimbabwe’s army chief Constantino Chiwenga is reportedly earmarked for one of the country’s two deputy president posts, a reports say. According to Daily News, the army chief was likely going to be elevated to the vice presidency seat during the forthcoming Zanu-PF congress this month. Chiwenga was widely believed to …

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#Zimbabwe pledges to curb spending, re-engage global lenders

Zimbabwe pledges to curb spending, re-engage global lenders  Reuters Staff HARARE (Reuters) – Zimbabwe’s new government pledged on Thursday to re-engage with international lenders, curb spending and attract investors in order to revive its battered economy. In the first budget since last month’s removal of long-time ruler Robert Mugabe, Finance …

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Zimbabwe’s new government signed a US$213 million deal with China to expand and refurbish its international airport in Harare to attract investors and tourists.

Zimbabwe agrees first post-Mugabe loan deal with China Reuters Staff HARARE (Reuters) – Zimbabwe’s new government signed a $153 million loan agreement with China on Wednesday, its first post-Mugabe deal with a foreign government, to expand and refurbish its international airport in Harare as it bids to attract investors and …

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