Letter to the President: Don’t commit grave political mistakes, Your Excellence

If you hope, Sir, to end sanctions in a confrontational manner, you will, far from your engagement and reengagement motif, commit a grave political mistake.
By Sharon Hofisi Apr. 26, 2024

US removes Zim sanctions regulations

The order also accused the government then led by the late President Robert Mugabe of promoting politically-motivated violence and intimidation in the country.
By Sydney Kawadza Apr. 17, 2024

NewsDay cartoon 02 April, 2024 edition

NewsDay cartoon 02 April, 2024 edition
By The Watcher Apr. 2, 2024

Letter from America: US-Zim relations and the economic sanctions regime!

The allegations made by the US sanctions regime against our government are all over the place.
By Kenneth Mufuka Mar. 17, 2024

New US sanctions a setback for re-engagement, despite bravado

The new sanctions regime makes re-engagement a tall order and the ripple effects will be felt in the economy which also has to contend with the effects of the El Nino-induced drought.
By Newsday Mar. 12, 2024

Editorial Comment: Sanctions: Stop living a lie

Washington announced last week that it was terminating its 2003 Zimbabwe sanctions programme and replacing it with more targeted punitive measures.
By The Standard Mar. 10, 2024

Ziyambi repeats anti-sanctions call

Ziyambi said sanctions, imposed in 2001 by the United States over human rights abuses, must be unconditionally lifted.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Feb. 29, 2024

Zim loses millions as sanctions cripple MMCZ

Ofac monitors sanctions adherence and penalises any United States company or individual that does business with a sanctioned individual, entity or country.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Jan. 14, 2024

US mulls to challenge China’s influence on Zim

Relations between Harare and Washington have been frosty due to economic sanctions imposed on the former in 2001.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Jan. 8, 2024