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 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) – 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 16 (The Source) – Cable manufacturer CAFCA reported a 73 percent increase in profit after tax to $726,213 for the year ended September 30, on the back of increased sales volumes.
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.
HARARE, November 15 (The Source) – Zimbabweans awoke this morning to flurries of confused reports, leading some to ask, “Did I go to sleep and miss the revolution?” Tanks and armoured vehicles were seen last night by our reporters and on social media, as they… 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
HARARE, November 15 (The Source) – Zimbabwe’s consumer price inflation grew to 2.24 percent year-on-year in October from 0.78 percent in September, the national statistics agency said on Wednesday. Month-to-month the inflation rose by 1.54 percent in October from 0.38 percent previously, Zimstats said.
HARARE, November 14 (The Source) – Today, November 14, 2017 marks exactly 20 years to the day the Zimbabwe dollar crashed, a fate that is afflicting its modern day replacement the bond note, at an even faster rate.
HARARE, November 14 (The Source)- The value of transactions processed through the National Payment System (NPS) in the last week of October increased by 20 percent to $2 billion from $1,7 billion recorded in the previous week due to a surge in Real Time Gross… Read More
HARARE, November 13 (The Source) – The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange industrial opened the week higher, advancing 0,12 percent to settle at 532,17 points while the mining index remained flat at 138,12 points.