President Emmerson Mnangagwa says Zimbabwe has attracted foreign direct investment commitments worth $11 billion over the past four months.
The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) says the private sector’s tax debt, which stands at nearly $3.4 billion has become unsustainable and that only 25 percent of registered taxpayers are paid up.
The Zimbabwe Nurses Association has withdrawn its case against Vice-President Constantino Chiwenga for allegedly ordering the dismissal of more than 5 000 nurses when they went on strike demanding better working conditions.
In their new book How to Rig an Election, Nic Cheeseman and Brian Klaas argue that across much of Africa and beyond, elections aren’t just failing to remove unpopular autocrats from power, but can “actually make it easier for dictators to maintain political control”.
Nissan Zimbabwe expects to sell 1 300 units in 2018, up 15 percent from last year, boosted by a strong agency network, the group’s regional business manager for sub-Saharan Africa, Douglas Mahwehwe, has said.
The deputy president of the Thokozani Khupe faction of the Movement for Democratic Change Obert Gutu yesterday said the Nelson Chamisa faction never grows up and learns after they dismissed the judgment in which they lost their battle to stop the Khupe faction from using the MDC-T name and symbol.
The Movement for Democratic Change national executive today said it is not going to be distracted by sideshows like Thokozani Khupe’s victory over the use of the MDC-T name and symbol and vowed to fight on saying the party will not lose focus.
Zimbabwe’s central bank is in talks with banks to reduce interest rates on loans to stimulate production across various sectors of the economy, Vice-President Constantino Chiwenga told a business conference today.