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Anti-colonial name bid: Zim to rename Victoria Falls
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe says there is nothing wrong with men having many wives as long as it is done "openly", a report says.
Tue Dec 17, 2013
IDBZ Secures U.S.$10 Million Loan
THE Infrastructure Development Bank of Zimbabwe has secured a US$10 million line of credit from the Industrial Development Corporation of South Africa to support projects in the tourism sector.
Mon Dec 16, 2013
Comesa Completes Trade Restructuring
THE Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa has completed a restructuring exercise aimed at implementing trade-related agreements among member states.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Zimbabwe: Zimdollar Reports Dismissed
The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has dismissed as false unsubstantiated reports of the return of the Zimbabwean dollar.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
WTO agrees global trade agreement
The World Trade Organization's first comprehensive agreement involves an effort to simplify the procedures for doing business across borders.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Bill Watch 55/2013 of 6th November [2014 Budget Delayed]
The AU Election Observer Mission's 27-page final report on the harmonised elections has become available.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Mail & Guardian
Women in jeopardy at every post
Most informal cross-border traders are women, but the challenges they face are many.
Victoria Falls Plunge: Chinese Tourist Survives 49-Feet Leap
While capturing photos of the massive falls, 45-year-old Wang Shun Xue lost his footing and plunged 49 feet into the gorge.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Chinese tourist survives plunge into Victoria Falls
A Chinese tourist who fell into a gorge at Zambia's famous Victoria Falls while taking pictures has escaped with only bruises, a tourism official said on Wednesday.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
China emerges consistent top investor since 2010 - " Sunday Mail
Zimbabwe's relations with China continue to strengthen. The country embarked on the Look East policy after the West frowned upon far-reaching agrarian reforms.
Mon Nov 18, 2013
The condom conundrum at the heart of Africa's Aids epidemic
In the second part of his 3,000 mile odyssey through the heart of Africa's Aids epidemic, Jeremy Laurance discovers the elaborate strategies adopted to persuade sex workers to practise safe sex Jeremy Laurance is a writer on health issues.