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Camping Against Sanctions – Day 210

By Elliot Ziwira Determination is the word that immediately comes up when one reflects on the story of scores of Zimbabweans, who, on March 29, 2019, set base at the “doorsteps” of the imposing Embassy of the United States of America in Westgate, Harare, vowing to remain put until Washington …

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Illegal Sanctions Hurting Business, Economy

By Golden Sibanda and Michael Tome Captains of industry and economic analysts are unanimous that sanctions have had an overly distressing effect on the viability of business entities and the wider Zimbabwean economy. While the US, which uses its might as a military and economic super power to impose its …

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Academics Add Voice to Sanctions Debate

By Walter Muchinguri and Victor Maphosa Academics have added their voices to growing calls for the removal of the illegal sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe by the West. Zimbabwe has been living under sanctions, which have brought untold suffering to its citizens for the past 19 years. In her study titled …

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Vast Resources inks deal for Zim, Romania mine projects

BY FIDELITY MHLANGA AIM-listed mining group, Vast Resources plc, has inked documentation for a new US$13,5 million financing arrangement which is set to cover the costs of reaching production at both the Baita Plai Mine in Romania and the Chiadzwa diamond project in Zimbabwe. A United Kingdom-based fund, Atlas Capital …

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Russian investors wary of Zimbabwean roulette

President Emmerson Mnangagwa is among at least 43 African leaders who have flown to Russia, hoping to take a bite out of that country’s growing commercial interest on the continent. But he goes there without having solved any of the old gripes that have kept investors, including Russians, at bay; …

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Zim’s tourist arrivals tumble 3% in first half

BY MISHMA CHAKANYUKA ZIMBABWE recorded a 3% decline in tourist arrivals to 1,115 million in the first half ended June 30, 2019 from 1,148 million arrivals recorded in the same period last year. During the period under review, the country received most visitors from within Africa and the Middle East …

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