Australian-listed junior miner Prospect Resources says the change of government in Harare bodes well for its future growth because of its focus on promoting inward investment.
Former president Robert Mugabe was expected to fly to Singapore last night for medical check-up via Malaysia where his daughter, Bona, is expecting her second child, according to Newsday.
Zimbabwean banks are willing to accept government issued 99-year leases as collateral for loans to farmers, an official has said.
The Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce (ZNCC) says nearly half of the informal sector players engage in corrupt activities to sustain their businesses, showing the extent of graft in the economy.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa indeed wanted to incorporate some Movement for Democratic Change members in his cabinet but the bone of contention with party leader Morgan Tsvangirai was that he wanted to handpick the candidates while Tsvangirai wanted to select them.