Law, which requires Zimbabweans to hold a majority stake in any business, is blamed for driving away potential investors
Makarau, seen as an ally of 93-year-old former president Robert Mugabe, gave no reason for her resignation, the official, who declined to be named, said.
'New driver, same bus,' say analysts who note Mnangagwa was Mugabe's right-hand man
The farmer and his family and workers were kicked out in June; the move is the first sign that the post-Mugabe government is honoring land promises
Some say learning a common colonial language may slow learning process
Home Affairs Minister Obert Mpofu told the state-controlled Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation that the government is looking into the two’s finances.
"... The proposed amendments will confine the 51/49 indigenisation threshold to only the two minerals, namely diamonds and platinum, in the extractive sector ..."
Bitcoin miner NiceHash is investigating the security breach and will stop operating for 24 hours while it verifies how many bitcoins were taken
A growing number of Democratic senators had called on him to step down
'It is also the right thing to do,' president says and notes US is 'not taking a position of any final status issues'
“I think the positive moment for Zimbabwe was the peaceful transition to the extent that there was not a bloody coup. I am grateful for that,” said Congresswoman Lee.
The South African-based Zimbabwe Business Forum says having a president with such passion for rebuilding the country’s ailing economy is the best news Zimbabwe has heard in almost four decades.