ARTICLES RELATING TO EMMERSON MNANGAGWA

OPINION: Repression and dialogue in Zimbabwe: twin strategies that aren't working

2019-08-22 08:44

Emmerson Mnangagwa's strategy of coercion and dialogue has hit a series of hurdles. These include the continued opposition by the MDC and on-going scepticism of international players about the regime's so-called reformist narrative, writes Brian Raftopoulos.

Police disperse crowd as Zimbabwe opposition calls off mass protests after court ban

2019-08-16 11:24

Opposition mass protests against deepening economic problems in Zimbabwe were called off after a court upheld an 11th hour ban imposed by the police.

Zimbabwean tourism minister sacked

2019-08-08 21:51

President Emmerson Mnangagwa fired Tourism Minister Prisca Mupfumira on Thursday, a statement from Zimbabwe's presidency said, after she was detained over the disappearance of millions of dollars during her time as welfare minister.

GE, Power China win contract for dam on Zambia, Zimbabwe border

2019-07-14 08:00

Both Zambia and Zimbabwe are facing a power crisis as a drought has reduced water levels to 27% at Lake Kariba, the world’s largest man-made reservoir, a key power source for the two countries.

We cannot fear change - Zim's Mnangagwa on currency

2019-06-25 21:10

In a statement released on Tuesday, Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa said it had always been clear that for the country's economy to take off, "we need our own currency".

Former Zimbabwe first lady Grace Mugabe owns 16 farms

2019-06-15 15:03

Grace Mugabe, the wife of Zimbabwe former president Robert Mugabe, owns 16 farms, in what is against the country's land policy

'Open for business' Zimbabwe has little to show for $27 billion

2019-05-22 12:24

When Emmerson Mnangagwa took over the leadership of Zimbabwe from Robert Mugabe in November 2017, he promised to revive the moribund economy and adopted a mantra he’s repeated regularly ever since - 'Zimbabwe is open for business'.

New energy minister for Zimbabwe as load shedding continues

2019-05-15 11:02

Zimbabwe started implementing load shedding on Monday, given low water levels at the Kariba Dam's hydroelectric power plant, generation constraints at local power stations and limited foreign imports.

Responses to Zimbabwe highlight gulf between the region and the west

2019-03-11 16:23

The debate on sanctions on Zimbabwe has been lost in the region and on the continent. And solidarity with the Mnangagwa regime is likely to persist for the foreseeable future, writes Brian Raftopoulos.

Wheat a minute: Zimbabwe faces bread shortage

2019-02-21 13:32

Zimbabwe is on the brink of running out of bread in the coming weeks as flour stocks diminish, according to media reports.

 

Zimbabwe police beat protesters defying 'rogue' government

2019-08-16 21:40

Riot police in Zimbabwe on Friday fired teargas and beat demonstrators who defied a protest ban, as the opposition accused President Emmerson Mnangagwa's government of surpassing Robert Mugabe's regime in brutality.

Activists 'abducted' ahead of Zimbabwe protests: rights groups

2019-08-15 20:58

At least six opposition and rights activists were abducted and tortured by unidentified assailants in Zimbabwe ahead of planned protests against worsening economic problems, rights groups charged Thursday.

One year on - What has changed for Zimbabwe post Mugabe?

2019-07-31 19:33

A year ago, with Zimbabwe's longtime ruler Robert Mugabe out of the picture, the troubled African country seemed to have taken a turn for the better.

Ramaphosa says he will discuss Zim's energy woes with Eskom

2019-07-09 09:09

Zimbabwe started implementing rotational load shedding in May, due to a combination of low water levels at Kariba Dam's hydroelectric power plant, generation constraints at ageing power stations and limited foreign imports.

GE wins bid to build $4 billion Zambia-Zimbabwe hydro plant

2019-06-21 08:21

The 2 400-megawatt Batoka Gorge plant has been planned for years by the two southern African nations, both of which are struggling with electricity shortages

Zimbabwe's opposition MDC backs Chamisa

2019-05-27 17:30

Zimbabwe's main opposition party has elected Nelson Chamisa unopposed to remain as leader at its first congress since the death of its founder, Morgan Tsvangirai, the party says.

Anglo American opens Zimbabwe's first platinum smelter

2019-05-16 19:04

Mining giant Anglo American has opened a $62-million platinum smelter in Zimbabwe, the country's first such refinery, as President Emmerson Mnangagwa vowed to boost the country's valuable platinum sector.

The long road to compensation for Zimbabwe's farmers

2019-04-09 20:37

On Sunday, after almost two decades, farmers in Zimbabwe finally agreed to an interim payment of RTGS$53m (about R240m)

Zimbabwean activist Rashid Mahiya charged for trying to topple Mnangagwa's govt

2019-02-26 18:55

Zimbabwean activist Rashid Mahiya has been arrested and charged with subversion following violent anti-government protests that rocked the country last month.

Zimbabwean president retires 4 army generals

2019-02-18 18:48

Zimbabwean president Emmerson Mnangagwa has retired four generals to diplomatic services on Monday.

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