Zimbabwe secured a $500 million loan from the African Export-Import Bank to try and stabilize its currency market by offering platinum production as collateral, a person familiar with the details of the agreement said.
Country’s central bank said it secured $500 million loan
Loan will be used to stabilize’s Zimbabwe’s currency market
The Southern African country secured a $500 million loan from the African Export-Import Bank to stabilize its tottering currency market by offering platinum production as collateral, sources say. Continue reading Zimbabwe Secures US$500 Million Afreximbank Loan Against Platinum Mining Collateral
President Mnangagwa in a 30 second rant that has gone viral and has been widely interpreted to mean only his ZanuPF party is Independent while the rest of Zimbabweans are not, has sparked outrage among netizens.
The video appears not to be recent but that has not stopped a barrage of emotion and disdain for the Zimbabwean leader by his fellow countrymen.
“We must be respected. We are the majority, we are the people, we are the Government, we are the army, we are the air force, we are the police we are everything you can think of, we determine who can do mining in Zimbabwe, we determine who can construct a railway line in Zimbabwe, we determine who can build a road in Zimbabwe, no other party can do so,” thunders Mnangagwa to wild applause. Continue reading President Mnangagwa gloats on failure as he brags “we are everything” in Zimbabwe
First Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa has been appointed by the Ministry of Health as the ambassador for Health and Child Care. Initially she was appointed ambassador for maternal and child health. Amai Mnangagwa promised to work harder to ensure there is quality health care for all. Continue reading Zimbabwe First Lady Auxilia Mnangagwa Appointed Ambassador for Health by Government
James Thompson, Times Live|| Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa didn’t know the extent of corruption in the country until he took … Continue reading Zimbabwe corruption runs ‘deep and wide’: Mnangagwa
CRIMSON TAZVINZWA, AIWA! NO!||Zimbabwe President Mnangagwa Press Secretary George Charamba in a scandalous claim during an interview with The Standard Sunday says Gukurahundi was a war.The Gukurahundi was a series of atrocious massacres of Ndebele civilians carried out by the Zimbabwe National Army from early 1983 to late 1987. It derives from a Shona language term which loosely translates to “the early rain which washes away the chaff before the spring rains”. Continue reading Zimbabwe Matebeleland Massacres aka Gukurahundi was a war; George Charamba