Economy

Riots in Zimbabwe: don’t mess with the informal sector

Riots in Zimbabwe: don’t mess with the informal sector

Riots in Zimbabwe: don’t mess with the informal sector: In the last few weeks there have been riots in Zimbabwe. In Beitbridge, on the border with South Africa, furious cross-border traders set fire to a warehouse in protest at import bans recently imposed, while in Harare taxi operators protested against […]

Chinamasa not wanted in Britain

Chinamasa not wanted in Britain

Chinamasa not wanted in Britain: Upon arrival in Britain, Chinamasa was greeted by hostility from the British government and from Zimbabwean demonstrators. Britains relationship with the Zimbabwean government has been frosty since their stand off in the early 2000s over the violent land reforms initiated by President Mugabe. President Mugabe’s continued […]

Zimbabwe agriculture exports to EU exceed 400m Euros

Zimbabwe agriculture exports to EU exceed 400m Euros

Zimbabwe agriculture exports to EU exceed 400m Euros: Zimbabwe’s agricultural products exports to the European Union (EU) markets have exceeded 400 million Euros in the last three years, with fruits and sugarcane being the highest exported products, the EU’s representative in Zimbabwe has revealed. “Last year, Zimbabwe exported exactly 400 million Euros to […]

Economy could spark unrest

Economy could spark unrest

Economy could spark unrest: Zimbabwe’s deteriorating economy is a ticking time bomb which could trigger social unrest, analysts have warned. The economy is groaning six years after the introduction of a multicurrency regime which was expected to take the country to the Promised Land. The prevailing cash shortages have exposed […]