Some of the companies that closed down in Zimbabwe’s former manufacturing hub of Bulawayo in recent times will not be revived due to capital constraints, industry minister, Mike Bimha said today.
The sanctions busting case in which a Chicago man C Gregory Turner is accused of lobbying for the lifting of sanctions against Zimbabwe for which he and his partner Prince Asiel Ben Israel were to make US$3.4 million was just verbal masturbation in which the two were going to make cash from b.s.
The number of farmers who have registered to grow tobacco in the 2014/15 period is up nearly 10 percent to 71 000 compared to the same period last year as preparations get underway for the new season, the industry regulator has said.
Zimbabwe should clarify its foreign ownership law and demonstrate fiscal discipline by next year to unlock financial support from international financiers, International Monetary Fund country representative Domenico Fanizza said today.
A Chicago man now on trial for lobbying for the lifting of sanctions against Zimbabwe for a fee of US$3.4 million has been accused of being a greedy opportunist who wanted to cash in on United States President Barack Obama’s election. C.
Infighting within the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front turned ugly yesterday when Mashonaland West provincial leader Temba Mliswa described three senior party officials -Information Minister Jonathan Moyo, Environment Minister Saviour Kasukuwere and President Robert Mugabe’s nephew Patrick Zhuwawo- as gay-gangsters being paid by the United States’ Central Intelligence Agency.