This was the question posed on Wednesday this week by opposition legislator Fani Munengami of Glen View North but he was told to wait because the government would soon make an announcement.
The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange mainstream index today recovered 0.25 percent to 517.23 points but the mining index continued to slip, coming off by 3.81 percent to 128.05 points.
Zimbabwe has signed an agreement with Hong Kong-based R&F for the Chinese property firm to invest $1 billion to revive fallen steelmaker, ZISCOsteel, Industry Minister MIke Bimha said today.
Zimbabwe’s foreign exchange situation is getting worse in spite of extensive touting of a ‘nostro-stabilisation’ loan the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe says it got from Afreximbank.
Buhera South Member of Parliament Joseph Chinotimba has asked why fuel in Zimbabwe is so expensive while that in Zambia is much cheaper yet it is transported through Zimbabwe?