Zimbabwe to Host International Trade Conference On AfCFTA

Zimbabwe is set to host a high-level virtual international trade indaba next Tuesday to unpack the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) Agreement and how local businesses can benefit from it. In line with the Covid-19 mitigation health protocols and limits on physical gatherings, the event will be coordinated virtually …

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Zimbabwe: RBZ Allays Money Supply Growth Fears

By Oliver Kazunga GOVERNMENT needs $60 billion to buy maize from farmers this marketing season but this will not trigger money supply growth in the economy, Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) Governor Dr John Mangudya has said. In the wake of the expected bumper harvest, Dr Mangudya, allayed fears that …

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Zimbabwe: Chamisa Puts Mnangagwa On Notice, Warns of Mass Protests

By Costa Nkomo The MDC Alliance leader, Nelson Chamisa plans to roll-out mass protests across the country against President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government, which he accuses of failing to uphold the country’s Constitution. He made the warning Tuesday while addressing Zimbabweans on his party’s social media platforms where he also laid …

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Zimbabwe: Adhere to Covid-19 Protocols or Else – Minister

By Mukudzei Chingwere Herald Reporter Government will not hesitate to re-introduce tough Covid-19 control measures if non-compliance with regulations becomes rife and risks a spike in new infections. Speaking after being vaccinated against the virus at Wilkins Hospital in Harare yesterday, Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Minister Monica Mutsvangwa said …

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Zimbabwe: Forex Auction Is Market Driven, Minister Ncube

FOREIGN currency auctions are market driven and represent an expression of choice in the trade of the hard currency, a development that has stabilised the exchange rate in Zimbabwe. This was said by Finance and Economic Development Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube while responding to questions in the National Assembly last …

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Zimbabwe: Legal Watchdog Says Govt Lockdown Policies Confusing

Legal and Parliamentary watchdog Veritas Zimbabwe has criticised the multiple changes imposed on the country’s lockdown order saying this was now confusing to ordinary citizens. This is after Zimbabwean authorities have issued four Statutory Instruments since January this year with some seemingly contradicting the others. Government issued statutory instruments 45 …

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