THE Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission has been handicapped by lack of proper offices, vehicles, staff and financial support from government.
LOCAL tycoon Billy Rautenbach’s Green Fuel company is setting up an ethanol project in Zambia.
FINANCE minister Patrick Chinamasa has moved to address Zimbabwe’s funding challenges in terms of getting loans and lines of credit from China.
In a development which symbolises Zimbabwe’s liquidity crunch, the Harare City Council recently cut off water supply for more than two weeks to the RBZ over a debt of more than US$500 000.
THE country’s business sector is baffled and disappointed by its exclusion from President Robert Mugabe’s trip to China aimed at breathing life into the economy.
ZANU PF national chairperson Simon Khaya Moyo is scheduled to hold a meeting next week with provincial chairpersons and political commissars from the Matabeleland region.
ON arrival at the Harare International Airport entrance terminal visitors to the Southern African country, a former British colony led by a president who has been described by some as a “fine English gentleman” even if he says he is not a British clone, are struck by an unusual welcome inscription above immigration counters.
THE Zanu PF succession debacle came to the fore at a cabinet meeting a fortnight ago.
BALLOONING non-performing loans (NPLs) in the banking sector have become an albatross around the fragile economy’s neck.
BROKE local authorities across the country last week made a controversial announcement saying they are going to slash by 40-50% debt that has been accrued by commercial, industrial and institutional customers.