President Emmerson Mnangagwa today registered for Zimbabwe’s first national elections of the post-Mugabe era, with his main rival Nelson Chamisa hoping to rally younger voters against the generation that won independence.
South African miner Tharisa yesterday said it has acquired a 26.8 percent stake in Karo Mining Holdings, deepening its exposure to the southern African country.
Zimbabwe schools which were originally scheduled to close on 9 August will now close on 26 July to allow for elections on 30 July.
For the viewers of Zimbabwe’s stodgy state television channel, it was a shocking sight: a live and uncensored broadcast of the main opposition leaders as they unveiled their election manifesto.
Zimbabweans will today know how many of the 128 political parties in the country are really serious when candidates file their nomination papers to contest for president, member of Parliament, senator or councillor.
Indian soft drinks manufacturer, Varun Beverages today commissioned its $40 million Pepsi manufacturing and bottling plant in Harare.
Saviour Kasukuwere, who was charged with illegally leaving the country during Operation Restore Legacy, was today acquitted with Harare magistrate Josephine Sande saying he did the reasonable thing to save his life.
China’s unlisted Tsingshan Holding Group on Monday signed a $1 billion outline agreement with Zimbabwe to build a steelmaking plant after completing a feasibility study.