British Prime Minister Liz Truss struggled to stabilize her position on Tuesday after an economic crash forced her to make a humiliating U-turn on tax reforms, threatening her future as head of government.
The Airports Company of Zimbabwe (ACZ) plans to develop two new national airports in Mutare and Beitbridge through public-private partnerships (PPPs) in line with the aspirations of the national vision.
British Prime Minister Liz Truss sacked her finance minister on Friday, forcing Kwasi Kwarteng to take the blame for the turmoil caused by her right-wing economic platform as unruly Tories plotted her downfall.
Africa's longest pipeline is being built near Gaya in southwestern Niger, near the border with Benin by Chinese and Nigerien engineers.
The Zambian kwacha currency is now stronger than the South African rand, with figures showing one Zambian kwacha was worth R1.15 around 09:20 on Friday.
The 15th Sanganai/Hlanganani World Tourism Expo started Thursday in Bulawayo. The number of exhibitors reached 270, exceeding the initial target of 250.
Caledonia Mining Corporation's gold production for the nine months ended September 30, 2022 increased 22% to 59,726 ounces from 48,872 ounces in the corresponding period last year.
Economist Innocent Matshe was appointed Deputy Governor of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) on Thursday, effective October 1 replacing Kupukile Mlambo, whose term ended in June.
Zimbabwe has launched a $20 million Smallholder Irrigation Infrastructure Development Fund (SIIDF) to revive 18 rural irrigation systems across the country to ensure food and nutrition self-sufficiency.
Kenyan President William Ruto, who took office last month, has urged Africa to turn to renewable energy, breaking ranks with his continental counterparts pushing natural gas resource development projects.