The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange industrial index advanced one percent to close the week on 197.93 points, driven by slight gains in some heavyweight counters.
In 2000, after the ruling ZANU-PF party had been shocked by the opposition at elections, the ruling party went through some soul searching.
Zimbabwe’s young women have said no political party currently represents their interests and in their opinion Zimbabwe is being held to ransom by the political elite and the only way out, short of going to war, is voting and voting wisely.
Zimbabwe’s consumption of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) is expected to rise by 20 percent on an annualized basis as the country turns to the fuel to avoid huge electricity bills, the energy regulator has said.
The Bulawayo City Council (BCC) has proposed to exempt investors that will operate under the Special Economic Zones (SEZs) from paying rates for five years among other incentives designed to lure investment to the city.
The United States of America has lifted its ban on hunting trophies from Zimbabwe, allowing the country to resume exports later this year, the environment minister said today.