HARARE, December 12 (The Source) – The African Export Import Bank (Afreximbank) said on Tuesday it will avail up to $1.5 billion in credit to Zimbabwe and provide guarantees to foreign investors looking to invest in the southern Africa country.
HARARE, November 22 (The Source) – November 21, three months before his 94th birthday, President Robert Mugabe finally quit after nearly four decades in power, just as his former allies and opposition were debating a motion to impeach him. Former vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa, the… Read More
HARARE, November 21 (The Source) – On Tuesday, one week after the army staged a de facto coup, ousted vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa added is voice to calls for President Robert Mugabe to resign, saying: To me the voice of the people is the voice… Read More
By Meredith Lee, Across Africa, young people are on the move. This large-scale migration, which is putting economic and social pressure on host countries across the continent, is driven largely by factors like poverty, instability, and natural disasters. But the biggest cause of displacement is… Read More
HARARE, November 19 (The Source) – Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe is facing twin challenges to his 37-year grip on power in the southern African country. The central committee of his ruling ZANU-PF party is currently meeting to dismiss him as its leader today while the… Read More
Zimbabweans are for this folks. The veterans of Zimbabwe’s liberation struggles have called for a mass march today to force President Robert Mugabe out of office and thousands have responded. Mugabe has largely been confined to his palatial ‘Blue Roof’ Borrowdale home after a military… Read More
HARARE, November 16 (The Source) – Zimbabweans on Thursday find themselves no wiser to what their future holds after a military takeover of the country on Tuesday. The situation, which escalated on Wednesday with army tanks parked around key government institutions and in main Harare… Read More
HARARE, November 15 (The Source) – Welcome to our rolling coverage of extraordinary events in Zimbabwe. The military in the southern African nation seized power early on Wednesday, saying it is targeting criminals around President Robert Mugabe but denies a coup. In a morning address,… Read More
HARARE (Reuters) – Zimbabwe’s military said it had seized power in a targeted assault on “criminals” around President Robert Mugabe who were causing social and economic suffering, but gave assurances the 93-year-old leader and his family were “safe and sound”. Zimbabwean soldiers and armoured vehicles… Read More
South African cement maker PPC Ltd flagged an increase of as much as 40 percent in half-year profit on Tuesday, citing robust performance in Zimbabwe and Rwanda and lower finance costs.
WASHINGTON, DC – Last year, the UN Human Rights Council approved a resolution affirming that, “rights that people have offline must also be protected online, in particular freedom of expression.” Although the resolution is not binding, it offers a starting point for ensuring that governments… Read More
By Ibrahim Assane Mayaki, JOHANNESBURG – As the US Federal Reserve embarks on the “great unwinding” of the stimulus program it began nearly a decade ago, emerging economies are growing anxious that a stronger dollar will adversely affect their ability to service dollar-denominated debt.
By Reeta Roy, TORONTO – A few years ago, during a conversation with young people from some of Senegal’s poorest communities, a pair of social entrepreneurs told me about projects they were working on to help their peers succeed. One young man said he planned… Read More
HARARE, October 30 (The Source) – Zimbabwe is among the 10 sub-Saharan Africa economies which have deteriorated significantly despite a positive outlook for the region, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said on Monday.
BULAWAYO, October 17 (The Source) – South African retailer Pick n Pay says its Zimbabwe associate TM Supermarkets performance boosted the group’s half year revenue for its Rest of Africa division which increased by 12.6 percent to R2.3 billion ($170 million).