HARARE, November 19 (The Source) – Zimbabwe’s stock market this week took its biggest dive since October last year, losing $2,7 billion in the week as investors reacted to the possibility of a transitional government which could stabilise the struggling economy.
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
HARARE, November 18 (The Source) – Zimbabwe’s military says President Robert Mugabe’s future will be settled on Sunday when the ruling ZANU-PF’s central committee meets after tens of thousands took to the street on Saturday to call for his resignation.
HARARE, November 18 (The Source) – Thousands of Zimbabweans poured onto the streets of Harare in a march to demand the resignation of President Robert Mugabe, the man who has led them for the past 37 years.
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 17 (The Source) – The walls appear to be closing in on Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe with some members of his party and veterans of the country’s war of liberation from Britain mobilising to oust him but his exit appears to be complicated… Read More
By Matt Matigari, HARARE, November 17 (The Source) – Zimbabweans have suffered for long time, almost two decades to be specific. The strange part is they suffered under the yoke of one of their own, President Robert Mugabe.
HARARE, November 17 (The Source) – The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) says it will pay tobacco farmers an export incentive of 12,5 percent up from 5 percent, in a bid to spur production in the upcoming 2018 farming season.
HARARE, November 17 (The Source) – President Robert Mugabe’s imminent fall at the hands of his own military men is not without its irony.
HARARE, November 16 (The Source) – The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange mainstream index crashed on Thursday, dropping 7,46 percent to 487,93 points while the market saw its market value falling by $1 billion as political tensions remain high after a military takeover of the country.
By Kuda Chideme, HARARE, November 16 (The Source)- World over, the idea of the military usurping power from a democratically elected government has been frowned upon. But in Zimbabwe, where one man has ruled the country for 37 years, the world might have just witnessed… 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, November 15 (The Source) – The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange’s main industrial index plunged 1,24 percent to close at 527,27 points on Wednesday as companies responded cautiously to worsening political climate in the country.
By Kenneth Matimaire, MUTARE, November 15 (The Source) The Zimbabwe Defence Forces (ZDF) increased its personnel along the Forbes Border Post which shares the border with Mozambique, The Source can report.