Zimbabwe’s banking sector today refuted reports that about $700 million was shipped out just before the 31 July elections.
The Associated Mineworkers Union of Zimbabwe is demanding a minimum wage of $800 a month for diamond mining workers, $700 for those in platinum mining and $573 for those in gold mining and other mine workers, according to a report published today.
Four robbers, three disguised as traffic police officers, are reported to have pounced on a cash-in-transit truck belonging to Fawcett Security today getting away with at least $400 000, The Herald reported.
Central bank governor Gideon Gono today bid farewell to his colleagues in the banking sector after 120 months at the helm of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe.
Mines Minister Walter Chidakwa today said platinum mining companies can be allowed majority shareholding if they build a refinery in the country.
Former South African President Thabo Mbeki said former British Prime Minister Tony Blair put him under pressure to remove Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe even if this meant military intervention.