Zimbabwe takes its hunt for foreign direct investment (FDI) to South Africa, and will host an ease of doing business conference in the neighbouring country later this week, organisers have said.
There has been a lot of interest in the heated debate that ensued in Parliament on Tuesday, 20 June, over the Constitution Amendment Bill which seeks to give the President powers to appoint the top three judicial officers of the nation.
Zimre Property Investments’ operating profit for the five months to May 2017 plunged 34 percent to $460 000 from $810 000 over the same period last year, largely on declining rental income and the slow pace of sales of residential stands.
Zimbabwe’s economy will grow by 2.8 percent this year, lower than the government projection of 3.7 percent spurred by increased output in agriculture, the World Bank said today.
Movement for Democratic Change vice-president Nelson Chamisa yesterday told Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa to stop imagining he would become Zimbabwe’s next President because there will be elections next near and he (Chamisa) could well become the country’s Vice-President.
Members of Parliament today held a minute of silence in honour of Dickson Changaira, popularly known as Cde Chinix, who died last Friday though there had been some inaudible interjections when Buhera South Member of Parliament Joseph Chinotimba made the request.