Day: July 2, 2024

News

President Mnangagwa Refutes Criticism of Infrastructure Developments

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has addressed recent criticisms suggesting that the ongoing infrastructure developments in Harare are merely an attempt to impress delegates ahead of the 44th SADC Summit in August 2024, where he will assume the Chairmanship of the regional body. These allegations have been spread by certain media outlets and opposition forces. President Mnangagwa […]

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US Embassy in Harare Criticized for Modest Aid as China Invests Billions in Zimbabwe

The US Embassy in Harare has faced criticism for boasting about its relatively small-scale aid, such as a recent US$50,000 grant for a wire-car making workshop, while China continues to pour billions into significant infrastructure projects in Zimbabwe. This disparity was highlighted when the Chinese-owned Manhize Giant Plant switched on its blast furnace, marking the […]

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SADC-PF Kicks Off New Era with Strategic Plan 2024-2028 in Angola

Speaker of Parliament Hon Advocate J.F.N. Mudenda, attending the 55th Plenary Assembly of the Southern African Development Community – Parliamentary Forum (SADC-PF) in Luanda, Angola, participated in the launch of the SADC PF Strategic Plan (2024-2028). The new plan focuses on capacity-building for National Parliaments, emphasizing emerging themes like Gender, Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights […]

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IMF Praises Zimbabwe’s Bullion-Backed Currency for Stabilizing Economy

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has commended the Zimbabwean government, led by President Emmerson Mnangagwa, for stabilizing the country’s economy through the introduction of a bullion-backed currency. This positive assessment follows over two decades of economic instability exacerbated by Western-imposed sanctions. On 26 June 2024, the IMF acknowledged that the Zimbabwe Gold (ZiG) currency has […]

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Sports

Maroto Laid to Rest

Former Warriors and Dynamos striker, Norman Maroto, who passed away at Avenues Clinic last Friday at the age of 41, was buried in his rural home of Guruve yesterday. The football community, including supporters, coaches, football administrators, and former players, attended the funeral. Footballers Union of Zimbabwe (FUZ) president Desmond Maringwa was among the mourners. […]

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