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French Delegation Explores Investment in Zimbabwe
[RFI]Harare -A 10-member French delegation is in Zimbabwe to assess trade prospects and team members have already met President Robert Mugabe. The 90-year-old president is reported to have given the team more details on his controversial indigenisation policy, which obliges foreign firms to part with majority shares. Economists say the law is driving potential investors away at a time the country desperately needs them as local companies shut down and a liquidity crisis bites.
Leaders' Wives Living Large Despite Poverty
[CAJ News]Bulawayo -THE wives of Zimbabwe's recently-installed Vice Presidents have been accused of replicating the First Lady for their appetite for lavish lifestyles at the expense of the bankrupt nation.
ZOL Targets Presence in 100 000 Homes
[The Herald]INTERNET service provider Zol Zimbabwe expects to have a presence in more than 100 000 homes through its fibre optic internet by the end of this year. Zol Zimbabwe has so far covered more than 30 000 homes in Harare and is in line to connect about 30 000 more in the next few months. By the end of the year the company targets more households to be on its fibre optic internet.
Zim Headed for New Economic Trajectory
[The Herald]The visiting French business delegation yesterday expressed willingness to invest in the country saying Zimbabwe is now heading towards a new economic trajectory that comes with new investment opportunities.
UFIC Construction Resumes
[The Herald]Construction of the United Family International Church's 30 000-seater auditorium in Chitungwiza is set to resume in a few weeks after being stalled for nearly 18 months because of investigations that were being carried out by regulatory authorities.
Biti Calls for Action Against Mugabe Govt
[New Zimbabwe]FIREBRAND opposition politician and MDC Renewal secretary general,Tendai Biti, has called on President Robert Mugabe and his entire government to resign immediately and surrender the running of the country to an autonomous caretaker administration with better ideas on how to take the country forward.
Lawyer, Prison Officer in Jailbreak Attempt
[New Zimbabwe]A BULAWAYO woman this week claimed that a prominent lawyer and a principal prison officer at Khami Maximum Prison orchestrated a prison-break for her convicted brother.
Bhasikiti Forges Letter to Avoid the Axe
[New Zimbabwe]UNDER fire Masvingo provincial affairs minister Kudakwashe Bhasikiti has been accused of forging a letter purporting to have been written by his colleague Tafadzwa Shumba apologising for saying the minister spoke ill of President Mugabe.
Concourt Under Cosh Over Mugabe Insult Law
[New Zimbabwe]PRESSURE is mounting on the government to reconsider the law that criminalises the criticism of President Mugabe with three cases challenging the law brought before the Constitutional Court on Wednesday alone.
Jeys Marabini Eyes International Market
[New Zimbabwe]BULAWAYO based musician, Majahawodwa Ndlovu, popularly known by his stage name, Jeys Marabini, has set his sights on spreading his influence and growing his international fan base.
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