Great Hope for Zimbabwe's Economy

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  • Zimbabwe:  Business Forum Doubles Efforts to Lure Investors

    VOA, 7 December 2017

    Since taking office last month, Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa has put economic revival at the center of his administration. He has gone a step further to state his resolve… Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Economy Poised to Grow By 4% – Reserve Bank

    The Herald, 7 December 2017

    THE economy is projected to grow by four percent next year driven by a positive sentiment spurred by the new political dispensation and anticipated good agriculture season, the… Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Great Hope for Economy

    The Herald, 28 November 2017

    President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s inauguration speech has struck the right chords in business corridors and optimism is abound the head of Government represents a fresh breath of air… Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Britain Endorses Mnangagwa’s Economic Revival Roadmap

    CAJ News, 4 December 2017

    British Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson, has endorsed plans outlined by Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa to resuscitate the Southern African country’s economy. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  ‘Return to Economic Fundamentals’

    Zimbabwe Standard, 29 November 2017

    The exit of President Mugabe from the echelons of state power saw the ascendancy of interim President Emmerson Mnangagwa with the blessings of the military after a week of a… Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:   Positive Economic Growth Pushes Up Demand for Foreign Currency

    The Herald, 25 September 2017

    Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa has said the projected strong economic growth this year has increased the demand for foreign currency in the country. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:   Is Creating U.S.$100 Billion Economy Possible?

    Zimbabwe Independent, 29 September 2017

    The late Steve Jobs once said “. . . . the ones who are crazy enough to think that they can change the world are the ones who do”. Read more »