Sweden yesterday announced an $8 million grant meant to build the capacity of Zimbabwe’s rural communities to deal with climate-induced disasters.
People smugglers are making about $35 billion a year worldwide though thousands of migrants are dying before they make it to Europe where they hope for a better life, the head of the International Organization for Migration William Lacy Swing said today.
The People’s Own Savings Bank (POSB) has reported a net profit of $2.34 million for the first quarter to March 31, driven by higher mobile transactions.
The death of Naison Ndlovu has marked the end of the top leadership of the Zimbabwe African People’s Union that signed the unity accord with President Robert Mugabe in 1987.
Econet Wireless, Zimbabwe’s largest telecommunications company, has reported a 10 percent fall in annual profit to $36.2 million, citing a decline in consumer spending.
Movement for Democratic Change leader Morgan Tsvangirai’s spokesman Luke Tamborinyoka today accused the State-controlled Sunday Mail of trying to tarnish Tsvangirai’s name through false allegations against his children.