HARARE Zimbabwe's President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Tuesday pleaded for time and patience to bring the economy back from the "dead", as his government faces blame for surging inflation evoking dark days under Robert Mugabe.
HARARE Around 9 p.m., a siren pierces the pitch-black night at the Willowvale industrial park in Zimbabwe, signalling that power has been restored after a day-long outage. | Video
HARARE, Aug 1 Around 9 p.m., a siren pierces the
pitch-black night at the Willowvale industrial park in Zimbabwe,
signalling that power has been restored after a day-long outage.
* C.bank hopes to unlock $1.3 bln held by firms, individuals
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HARARE Zimbabwe’s public sector workers on Tuesday night rejected the government's latest pay offer as insufficient in the face of soaring consumer prices, raising the likelihood of unofficial strike action on Wednesday.
HARARE Zimbabwe's public workers on Tuesday said they would go on strike if the government failed to increase their wages to at least $475 per month for the lowest paid employee, as resurgent inflation returned.
* Union grouping threatens mass action
(Writes through after Mnangagwa comments)
* Zimbabweans distrustful about currency reforms
(Writes through after central bank statement)
HARARE, Oct 19 Zimbabwe aims to clear its $2
billion arrears with the World Bank and African Development Bank
in the next 12 months, after securing the support of
international creditors and donor countries, Finance Minister
Mthuli Ncube said on Friday.
HARARE Two of Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe's chief rivals said on Wednesday they were allying to deny the 93-year-old another term in office.