The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange All Shares Index opened the week lower, easing 0.19 percent to settle at 97.4 points.
Movement for Democratic Change leader Morgan Tsvangirai, who has been in and out of hospital of late, has hinted at stepping down but did not say whether this would be before or after this year’s elections.
After a record 2017, analysts say stocks to watch this year will be in tourism, construction, retail and agriculture.
Struggling Bulawayo City Council (BCC) has urged residents with outstanding debts to negotiate payment plans as it seeks to recover $170 million in unpaid bills.
Former Higher Education Minister Jonathan Moyo says he is not in Kenya butdid not disclose where he is only saying:” I am on twitter”.
Emmerson Mnangagwa, the new President of Zimbabwe, is not an ogre with evil intent as his detractors make him out to be.