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ZIMBABWE: Implats to further engage Government on investments

  • Date: 09-09-19
  • Category: ZIMBABWE
  • Source: Chronicle

MULTINATIONAL mining group, Impala Platinum, says it will continue to maintain constructive engagement with the Government on how to tackle the prevailing economic challenges.

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ZIMBABWE: Mugabe's legacy may be remembered as one of economic destruction

  • Date: 06-09-19
  • Category: ZIMBABWE
  • Source: IOL

HARARE - Zimbabwe’s business sector will remember former leader, Robert Mugabe – who has died at the age of 95 – as a strongman and populist leader who also tried to economically empower Zimbabweans to be active in the economy despite the controversies that dogged such policies.

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ZIMBABWE: Foreign mining investors responding to Zimbabwe’s ‘come hither’ mantra

  • Date: 06-09-19
  • Category: ZIMBABWE
  • Source: Mining Weekly

When Robert Mugabe was forced to resign as Zimbabwe’s President in November 2017, the country had been estranged from much of the Western world for more than a decade, depriving it of much-needed investment and support from multilateral agencies. The consequences for the economy were dire: negative or sluggish growth, company closures, massive unemployment and a crippling cash shortage.

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ZIMBABWE: Zim eyes 400MW from Mozambique

  • Date: 18-08-19
  • Category: ZIMBABWE
  • Source: Sunday Mail

GOVERNMENT will this week dispatch a high-powered team of experts to Mozambique to negotiate for more electricity imports from Hydro Cahora Bassa as authorities continue putting in place measures to improve power supply and avert rolling blackouts.

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ZIMBABWE: Top miners bail out troubled Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company

  • Date: 18-08-19
  • Category: ZIMBABWE
  • Source: The Standard

Zimbabwe’s top three platinum miners are said to have helped settle the Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (ZETDC) $10 million part payment to the South African electricity supplier Eskom last month, sources have revealed.

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ZIMBABWE: A power outage and mobile money blackout expose the vulnerability of Zimbabwe’s economy

  • Date: 21-07-19
  • Category: ZIMBABWE
  • Source: Quartz Africa

On Saturday morning (Jul. 20) local time Zimbabweans experienced a system blackout on Econet Wireless, the country’s biggest telecoms operator after a significant power outage.

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ZIMBABWE: Government suspends tax on raw platinum exports

  • Date: 17-07-19
  • Category: ZIMBABWE
  • Source: Chronicle

GOVERNMENT has suspended plans to effect a 15 percent tax on raw platinum exports by January 2022 following commitment by platinum mines to set up credible refinery plants and capital inflows within the sector.

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ZIMBABWE: Emmerson Mnangagwa requests urgent Eskom power supply for Zimbabwe

  • Date: 08-07-19
  • Category: ZIMBABWE
  • Source: Business Live

The crisis is so bad that businesses and homes have to cope with 16-hour cuts a day

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