International human rights organization Amnesty International has commended President Emmerson Mnangagwa for commuting the death sentence on Zimbabwean prisoners to life in jail but has urged Mnangagwa to abolish the death penalty all together.
A Cypriot investor signed a $4.2 billion deal today to develop a platinum mine and refinery in Zimbabwe, an investment that President Emmerson Mnangagwa said showed the country was “open for business”.
Zimbabwe’s cash situation is improving gradually due to improved exports spurred by bonds notes and nostro accounts measures put in place by the central bank, The Chronicle reported today.
Zimbabwe’s junior doctors may be among the lowest paid in the region but they definitely do not earn $329 a month as widely reported on twitter and in the media.
Zimbabwe’s highest court, the Constitutional Court, has reserved judgment in a case in which two opposition parties are seeking to bar President Emmerson Mnangagwa from announcing election dates until the Political Parties Financing Act is amended to accommodate all parties.