Reduced electricity generation from Mozambique and threats by Eskom to cut power supplies could plunge Zimbabwe into darkness.
Eskom has put Zimbabwe, which is battling for cash, on notice over a debt accrued for power supplies.
Zimbabwe foreign payments backlog had improved to $185 million thanks to firming earnings from tobacco and mineral exports.
Tiger Wheel & Tiger has opened its fifth store in Zimbabwe, at Victoria Falls.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has arrived in Durban for the 27th World Economic Forum for Africa.
Zimbabwe wants foreign mining companies to spend 75 percent of their income inside the country through native procurement and local payments.
Zimbabwe has secured a massive loan to repay the World Bank and African Development Bank - a move that would enable the country ...
Namibian President Hage Geingob says he is seeking advice from his “mentor” President Robert Mugabe on how to embark on an agrarian revolution.