Last week, opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai sparked controversy in Zimbabwe when he claimed that foreign diplomats he’d spoken to had revealed a preference over who the country’s next president should be.
Canadian-listed Caledonia Mining, which owns Blanket Mine in Zimbabwe, today said it had sold forward 15 000 ounces of gold production under a six-month collar and cap arrangement.
The number of slaughtered pigs increased by 6.5 percent in 2015 due to favourable producer prices that prevailed during the first half of the year, an industry official has said.
The word first lady is not an official title and should always be in lowercase, says the Associated Press’ 2016 Election Guide for the United States which is preparing for its presidential elections towards the end of this year.
Mimosa mine recorded a 32 percent drop in revenue to $99 million in the half-year to December on reduced production and weak commodity prices, the parent company reported yesterday.
Zimbabwe is among several sub-Saharan countries that stand to benefit from the growth of mobile phone banking which has potential to boost economies and create opportunities for banks, global credit rating firm Moody’s has said.