Presently, partly cloudy but the dark clouds are beginning to disperse and drift away. Outlook: clear weather in days ahead. That could have come from the weathermen from a meteorological office but it pretty well sums up outgoing French Ambassador to Zimbabwe Laurent Delahousse’s forecast of direction political and economic relations between the two countries
Limitless Potential By Patrick Musira Intra-African trade presents and remains a focus of discussion in business and investment circles, and for industry experts this ahs proved a real challenge but “we need to put more effort in linking up our trade with neighbours rather than looking at “traditional partners”. This came out during a Zimbabwe-Angola
CPCS Transcom, an international infrastructure development firm specializing in private sector participation in transport,power and urban sectors has conducted consultancy into the future and funding of the Zimbabwe railway sector to come up with sustainable solutions to revitalize its operations.
The need for reform arises from the fact that there is very limited transparency and accountability in the mining sector.There is pervasive secrecy and opaqueness which results in very limited public knowledge of the benefits being derived from mineral production,” says Dhliwayo.
Ambassador Mwanananga Mwanakanga, recently called on his fellow Congolese resident in Zimbabwe, to re-channel their energies into promoting investments to their country, create business linkages and networks and adopt a disciplined work ethic for the development of their country – “and not dance ndombolo all day!”
Professor Mpepereki was recognized for his outstanding soya bean research and outreach which has made significant contribution to food and income security in Zimbabwe.
HARARE-A National Strategy for the Development of Statistics (NSDS) is being formulated in Zimbabwe to ensure an integrated framework for developing national statistics in a holistic,comprehensive and synergic manner, according to Zimbabwe National Statistics Agency.
Gogo MaDube Chinhamo knows how lucky she is to be part of the few grannies that have “something” to help them take care of their orphaned grandchildren – the majority of grandmothers have literally no other source of income to feed their families.
Across Africa, populations of the large mammals such as elephant, lion, zebra, buffalo and rhino have declined by an average of 59% since 1970, according to one research which collated data from parks including popular tourist safari destinations such as Masai Mara in Kenya and the Serengeti in Tanzania.
Africa has been lagging behind in terms of infrastructure development because of resource challenges that African Governments are currently facing