Analysts: Proposed Bond Notes Not Zanu PF Political Survival Strategy

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HARARE — The Zimbabwe economy has been facing serious challenges since 2000 with the dumped bearers’ cheques still fresh in the minds of many local people. Some of the cheques worth trillions of dollars More...

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Mugabe must retire: Mliswa

Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe addresses supporters gathered to celebrate his 92nd birthday in Masvingo February 27, 2016. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo

FORMER Zanu PF Hurungwe West MP Temba Mliswa has urged President Robert Mugabe to retire, saying he has failed to run the country and should make way for a younger and more competent More...

Tsvangirai joins other opposition parties in coalition talks

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Harare – Zimbabwe’s main opposition party leader Morgan Tsvangirai has said that his party is ready to join other opposition parties in coalition talks aimed at dislodging More...

Drought-hit Zimbabwe sells off wild animals

Men attempt to get a malnourished cow on its feet in rural Masvingo, Zimbabwe. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo

HARARE (Reuters) – Zimbabwe put its wild animals up for sale on Tuesday, saying it needed buyers to step in and save the beasts from a devastating drought. Members of More...

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Analysts: Proposed Bond Notes Not Zanu PF Political Survival Strategy

HARARE — The Zimbabwe economy has been facing serious challenges since 2000 with the dumped bearers’ cheques still fresh in the minds of many local people. Some of the cheques More...

RBZ’s new bond notes: key facts

HARARE,– The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has announced plans to introduce local “bond notes” to circulate alongside a basket of foreign currencies adopted in 2009, in a bid More...

Stock market records gains for first time in 14 months in April

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HARARE,– The stock market recorded its first month-on-month gain in over a year in April, rising 7,9 percent and pushing More...

Cash crisis: Zimbabwe’s payments system by the numbers

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HARARE, – Zimbabwe’s central bank has identified the low use of electronic payments as one of the causes of More...

Confederation president Busisa Moyo Industry embraces bond notes, but analysts sceptical

HARARE – The Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI) has urged Zimbabweans to embrace the proposed bond...

Ibrahim Yusuf Zimbabwe hands $600mln energy contracts to dodgy dealers

HARARE,– The Zimbabwe government has put $600 million worth of the country’s critical power projects in...

Air Zim Air Zimbabwe introduces Harare-Dar-es Salaam flights

HARARE, May 3 (The Source) – Air Zimbabwe (AirZim) will introduce two weekly frequencies to the...

Cash shortages – the real causes and the wrong diagnosis

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One of America’s great entrepreneurs, the late S. Truett Cathy, once said: “In the Great Depression, you More...

Ramaphosa will battle to clean with ANC broom

I FOUND myself inside Kimberley’s Mittah Seperepere Convention Centre two weeks ago, attending a gala dinner where Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa..

Tsvangirai speaks on violence, reconciliation

Morgan Tsvangirai says he has forgiven people who beat him up in politically-motivated violence that has rocked the country since the..

How Zuma, the smiling spy, controls South Africa

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JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – As head of intelligence for the outlawed African National Congress during apartheid, More...

Zuma unfazed after EFF party ejected from parliament

CAPE TOWN (Reuters) – South Africa’s parliamentary protection services forcibly removed members of the ultra-left Economic Freedom Fighters party from the..

IMF sees sub-Saharan Africa growth near two-decade low in 2016

ECONOMIC growth in sub-Saharan Africa will likely slow this year to its weakest in nearly two decades, hurt by a slump..
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Zimbabwe Students Recite Resisted National Pledge

CHINHOYI —Children at some primary and secondary schools in Mashonaland West province today recited Zimbabwe’s national pledge for the first time..
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Are slow iPhone sales just a blip or is Apple starting to struggle?

The volatile market in China, the urgency for a new product, and slumping phone sales are combining to create serious problems..
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Zimbabweans Struggling to Get Diabetes Drugs

HARARE — Diabetic patients, especially those living in rural Zimbabwe, are finding it difficult to access drugs such as metformin, glibenclamide..

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