By Professor Anthony Hawkins, HARARE, December 8 (The Source) – If all goes according to plan, finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa’s 2018 budget will be remembered chiefly for its promised repeal of the Indigenisation Act, except for the diamond and platinum industries.
HARARE, December 7 (The Source) – Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa on Thursday presented the first budget under the presidency of Emmerson Mnangagwa, seen as key to Zimbabwe’s economic recovery by restricting thresholds of the controversial Indigenisation Act to platinum and diamonds while re-engaging foreign debtors… Read More
HARARE, November 27 (The Source) – Zimbabwe equities dropped $6 billion in 8 days as the market engaged in a drastic self-correction following a change of guard in the country’s political leadership which saw Emmerson Mnangagwa installed as president on Friday.
By Alfonce Mbizwo and Kudakwashe Chideme, HARARE, November 19 (The Source) – Zimbabwe’s long serving ruler Robert Mugabe shocked Zimbabwe by refusing to quit on Sunday, saying he will preside over the ruling ZANU-PF party’s special congress next month, a few hours after he was… Read More
By Kuda Chideme and Alfonce Mbizwo, HARARE, November 19 (The Source) – Zimbabwe’s ruling ZANU-PF party has given President Robert Mugabe up to Monday midday to resign as head of state or face impeachment in Parliament.
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 17 (The Source) – The fate of Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe hung in the balance on Friday as he apparently resisted moves to make him step down after the military seized power on Tuesday this week. The army has been, until this week,… Read More
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) – 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 8 (The Source) – The morning after President Robert Mugabe sacked his deputy, pensioners are still outside a branch of NBS on Samora Machel Avenue. While we all gorged on a stream of news in a day of high political drama, engaged in… Read More
HARARE, November 7 (The Source) – Early in November 2014, as tensions rose in ZANU-PF, Emmerson Mnangagwa spoke with a small group of his supporters in his home town, Kwekwe.
HARARE, November 6 – Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe fired Emmerson Mnangagwa as vice president on Monday for showing “traits of disloyalty”, his information minister said, abruptly removing a favourite to succeed the 93-year-old leader.
HARARE, November 3 (The Source) – Zimbabwe requires at least $10 billion to fund various power projects which would see the country generate an additional 4,192 megawatts and plug a crippling power deficit.