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  • IMF: Zimbabwe Should Fast-Track Reform Agenda to Attract Investment

    IMF: Zimbabwe Should Fast-Track Reform Agenda to Attract Investment
    International Monetary Fund Director of the African Department Ms. Antoinette Sahey is currently visiting Zimbabwe. (IMF photo credit)
    Thursday, 23 October 2014 VOA Studio 7

    Visiting International Monetary Fund (IMF) director for the African Department, Antoinette Sayeh, says Zimbabwe should fast-track its reform agenda to attract foreign direct investment. He said Thursday economic conditions remain difficult in the country where there is urgent need for...

  • Vendors’ Indaba on the cards at Ideas Festival

    Thursday, 23 October 2014 Radio Dialogue

    This year’s edition of the Ideas Festival hosted by Bulawayo Agenda is set to afford street vendors a first ever multi-stakeholder conference to devise a way forward in solving operational and legal...

  • Fireworks Expected in Zanu-PF Politiburo Meeting as Factionalism Worsens

    Wednesday, 22 October 2014 VOA Studio 7

    Fireworks are expected at Thursday’s Zanu-PF Politiburo meeting in Harare when two warring factions in the party come face to face in a make or break meeting ahead of the ruling party crucial...

  • Govt avails € 1.2m to revive cotton ginneries

    Wednesday, 22 October 2014 Radio Dialogue

    The government has set aside € 1.2 million of the €4,2 million grant availed to Zimbabwe by the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) meant for the recovery of the cotton and...

  • Govt Says Negotiations in Progress as Doctors Threaten to Go on Strike

    Wednesday, 22 October 2014 VOA Studio 7

    The Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors’ Association says doctors will down tools beginning Monday after salary talks with the government collapsed. The doctors association is also alleging claims that the...

  • US after Zim’s Uranium deposits:Zhuwao

    Tuesday, 21 October 2014 Radio Dialogue

    WESTERN countries such as the United States are after Zimbabwe’s uranium deposits and will hide behind regime change to loot the country resource’s in order to fuel their economic growth, Chairman of...

  • Msipa Says Mugabe Must Break Silence on Mujuru As Rival Faction Pushes For Her Ouster

    Tuesday, 21 October 2014 VOA Studio 7

    Former Midlands governor and ruling Zanu-PF Politiburo member, Mr. Cephas Msipa, says President Robert Mugabe must address allegations leveled against Vice President Joyce Mujuru by those calling for...

  • Zim banks hand over majority shares

    Monday, 20 October 2014 CHANNELZIM

    Foreign banks in Zimbabwe may have put behind them worries over the country’s indigenisation policy, with Empowerment Minister Francis Nhema saying last week that all of them – except one – had now...

  • Zimbabwe Needs $3,5 Million to Keep Ebola at Bay

    Thursday, 16 October 2014 VOA Studio 7

    Zimbabwe’s Health and Child Welfare Minister Dr. David Parirenyatwa says his ministry urgently needs $3,5 million to ensure that Harare is adequately prepared to tackle a possible Ebola...

  • Council launches ‘120 iconic Bulawayo residents’ campaign

    Thursday, 16 October 2014 Radio Dialogue

    The Bulawayo City Council has launched a campaign to identify the city’s 120 influential residents, as part of the city’s 120 year anniversary celebrations. Bulawayo attained town status on June 1,...

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