Britain, which recently voted to get out of the European Union, says Zimbabwe’s engagement with the international financial institutions will only be possible when it has demonstrated a clear commitment to economic and political reform.
Social media which rocked the nation early this month when activists shutdown the country though this was dismissed by the State media is bery effective in Zimbabwe and has been for some time.
Innscor Africa’s chief executive, Toni Fourie has resigned from the group, less than two years after taking over at the Zimbabwe’s largest FMCG group and leading a restructuring process marked by an aggressive refocusing of strategy.
The entire world felt the shock waves from the decision by voters in the United Kingdom to leave the European Union, and Africa was no exception, especially given its close historical ties with many EU member states.
The City of Harare has signed a twinning agreement with the South Korean city of Cheonan, which it said presents attractive investment opportunities.
In politically polarised Zimbabwe, few issues raise temperatures as swiftly as the matter of sanctions.