[New Zimbabwe] PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has put his head on the block and declared the projects his government has approved will create 780 000 jobs in the next two years.
[New Zimbabwe] Standard Chartered Bank Zimbabwe, is set to pay a US$18 million fine to the US Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) for violation of sanctions regulations.
[New Zimbabwe] Former Deputy Prime Minister, Thokozani Khupe might have been left in a sticky situation after his MDC-T party national chairman Abedinico Bhebhe compared President Emmerson Mnangagwa to his predecessor former President Robert Mugabe.
[New Zimbabwe] PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa and his administration have moved to domesticate an African law that seeks to deter military meddling in civilian politics as well as block any coup against a sitting government.
[New Zimbabwe] Government has for the first time admitted the country’s media landscape is constrained with journalists working under difficult conditions.
[New Zimbabwe] The Zimbabwe National War Veterans association (ZNLWVA) has dropped its bid to have former president Robert Mugabe’s name removed from the country’s main airport in Harare.
[New Zimbabwe] MDC leader Nelson Chamisa on Monday attacked President Emmerson Mnangagwa for allegedly meddling in the courts adding that the incumbent was more cruel than his predecessor Robert Mugabe.
[New Zimbabwe] THE International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) has launched a global campaign seeking to pressure the Zimbabwean government to stop its clampdown on trade union rights in the troubled country.
[The Conversation Africa] Cries of moral outrage have greeted the brutal crackdown by the Zimbabwean security forces on nationwide protests sparked by a sudden, massive, government-ordained hike in the price of fuel. Naturally enough, the demand is that “something must be done” to stop the brutality
LAST YEAR Emmerson Mnangagwa strutted around the World Economic Forum (WEF) declaring his country “open for business”. This year Zimbabwe’s president did not even make it to Davos. Instead, on January 21st, having cut short a foreign jaunt that was meant to end at the WEF, he arrived home to a country in chaos