Hang your heads in shame, all you haters that have mocked Zimbabwe’s bond note and doubted its value.
Zimbabwe People First, which was thrown into turmoil last week when party leader Joice Mujuru fired seven of her top lieutenants including founding elders Didymus Mutasa and Rugare Gumbo who in turn expelled her from the party, has been thrown into another quagmire with Mutasa and Gumbo suing Mujuru for $5 million for tarnishing their names.
Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa was yesterday taken to task over the government’s decision to finance the biometric voter registration exercise which political parties had initially agreed would be funded by the United Nations Development Programme to ensure transparency, openness and scrutiny.
Government has pegged the prices of maize and small grains at $390 per metric tonne, same as last year, the Minister of Agriculture Joseph Made told Parliament today.
Zimbabwe‘s trade deficit narrowed to $126 million in January, compared to $146 million in the same period last year, official figures show.
Cigarette maker BAT’s after-tax profit plunged 45 percent to $8.48 million in the full year to December 2016, down from $15.4 million previously after a sharp decline in sales, the company announced today.