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JUST IN: Dr Moyo meets UK’s foreign affairs minister

The Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Dr Sibusiso Moyo has met his United Kingdom counterpart Boris Johnson on a bilateral level and together with other Commonwealth foreign ministers on the sidelines of the ongoing Commonwealth summit in London. In a telephone interview, Minister Moyo said Zimbabwe is receiving a lot of support and encouragement for her to rejoin the Commonwealth, with some member countries advocating for the fast-tracking of the readmission procedures. Minister Moyo also met some representatives of the House of Lords and networked with some high ranking officials of the British and Commonwealth member countries,...

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Zanu PF releases names of aspiring candidates

The Zanu PF national political commissariat has released names of all aspiring candidates in the forthcoming primary elections to be held on the 29th of this month. The Zanu PF National Political Commissar Retired Lieutenant General Engelbert Rugeje said the party has allowed members to exercise their democratic rights by voting candidates of their choice. The primary elections have seen the party relaxing rules on the applicants willing to participate. Of interest are 20 candidates who are battling it out in Mt Darwin South constituency. Cde Rugeje revealed that the decision by the leadership to allow the populace to...

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Zim translating into an investment destination

Government says economic and political refocus in Zimbabwe are translating into a destination for investment.  During his interactions with Zimbabwean persons in the Diaspora in London today, the Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Dr Sibusiso Moyo said all are welcome to protected economic activities in the country adding that the BIPPA’s and other legal instruments protect the right to property. He said Zimbabwe’s constitution permits dual citizenship and laws may need to be amended to ensure that this is enjoyed with ease. Dr Moyo added that the government will not contribute to the rendering of statelessness status...

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Pres ED calls for good corporate governance

The President Cde Emmerson Mnangagwa has called for good governance and confidence to be instilled in the financial services sector for a strong banking industry. President Mnangagwa was speaking at the launch of Nedbank Zimbabwe Limited last night. The issue of good governance and confidence in the banking industry has remained worrisome forcing some, if not all citizens of Zimbabwean to keep huge sums of money in their homes. President Mnangagwa said good governance and confidence are prerequisites that encourage the public to deposit money in the banks. He urged the Deposit Protection Corporation of Zimbabwe (DPCZ) to scale...

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Pres ED unpacks China deals

Zimbabwe is expected to witness a positive transformation in strategic sectors following deals that were sealed during the recent visit to China by the President Emmerson Mnangagwa. Unpacking some of the deals that he clinched with some revived, President Mnangagwa told thousands of people who attended a field day at Helderstrom farm in Chipinge yesterday that the country is set to soon start harnessing the benefits of the visit which unlocked funds for strategic sectors. Notable areas of partnership include energy, water resources, road and air infrastructure and a financial package to ease the current liquidity challenges. “We were...

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