Zimbabwe’s government is looking to gain $5bn in revenue from the tourism industry by 2025. To achieve this ambitious target, it has been approving ... investors who want to tap into different opportunities in touristic towns around the country, including infrastructure development, particularly in Victoria Falls. However, environmentalists have warned that these projects pose a danger to flora and fauna near the falls and along the mighty Zambezi River.
Securing funding for Botswana Diamonds projects has the potential to contribute to a revival of domestic exploration as the country’s established ... mines age, the company’s managing director James Campbell tells The Africa Report.
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Constantino Chiwenga, Zimbabwe's vice-president, has been on a journey: first as staunch backer of former President Mugabe, then deposing him ... in coup and installing current President Mnangagwa. He now has presidential ambitions of his own, but who are his key allies? We take you on a trip through his inner circle, from his military connections, to his political supporters and business partners.
A young woman living in Australia, Susan Mutami, took to a four-hour Twitter Space in July to reveal how she was allegedly raped by Zimbabwe's ... President Emmerson Mnangagwa at a young age in Kwekwe, 215km from the capital of Harare, back in the 2000s. Oppositionists and activists say his government is not doing enough on equality and the protection of women's rights.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa is targeting revenue of up to $12bn – a vastly ambitious quadrupling – from the mining industry by 2023, but ... opaque activities by by allies of the ruling elite are a major stumbling block for the government.
Towards the end of last year, the South African government announced that it would not be renewing the Zimbabwean Exemption Permit (ZEP) that ... had been granted to citizens prior to 2009. The decision, which was attributed to Zimbabwe’s collapsing economy under Robert Mugabe’s four-decades-long regime, stands to affect close to 200,000 Zimbabweans currently working and studying in the country.