Zimbabwe equities edged up yesterday as punters kept up their uptake of local stocks, unimpressed by the appointment of Ignatius Chombo as Finance Minister.
Linguist and media critic Noam Chomsky has listed 10 strategies used by politicians to manipulate the people.
On September 27, a panicky Patrick Chinamasa, then Finance Minister, threatened to tighten government controls on social media, blaming it for fuelling shortages of basic commodities and bank notes in the country after a weekend of panic buying.
Zimbabwe’s annual broad money supply recorded a 29.61 percent growth in July to $6.56 billion, driven by an increase in deposits, latest data from the central bank has shown.
Movement for Democratic Change legislator Eddie Cross says party leader Morgan Tsvangirai is so ill that he might not make it to next year’s elections.
Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe has replaced Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa with Home Affairs Minister Ignatius Chombo in a cabinet reshuffle, the government said in a statement last night.
Transport and logistics group, Unifreight reported a profit from continuing operations of $565 000 during the half year period to June 30 compared to a loss of $71 000 same period in 2016.