Great Dyke Investments says it will invest $400 million to build a precious metals mine and smelter at its Darwendale Project near Harare.
Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa today said nearly $600 million in illegally externalised funds has been returned into the country under a 90-day amnesty and named corporates and individuals that have yet to repay over $800 million in a list dominated by diamond miners.
Former first lady Grace Mugabe who is largely blamed for her husband’s downfall last year, now says she never even wanted to become vice-president of Zimbabwe.
Chinese diamond mining company, Jinan, was the biggest externaliser siphoning more than $300 million out of the country according to the list of looters released today.
Zimbabweans are among the unhappiest people in the world according to the latest World Happiness Report released by the United Nations.
The Movement for Democratic Change has formally split into two with vice-president Thokozani Khupe saying she is going her own way but will retain the name MDC-T.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa who hosted South African President Cyril Ramaphosa yesterday said the two countries are beginning new and exciting journeys.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has formalised the amendments of the Indigenisation Act confirming that he really means it when he says Zimbabwe is now open for business.