Senegalese envoy meets President Mugabe

A special envoy of the Senegalese government, Abdul Azizi Tall, who is also Minister responsible for monitoring his country's economic blue print, the Plan for an Emerging Senegal, has met President Robert Mugabe at State House in Harare this Wednesday afternoon.

The envoy is on a mission to lobby Zimbabwe to support the Senegalese candidate for the African Union Commission chairmanship as a replacement for outgoing Dr Nkosazana Dhlamini Zuma who is not standing for a second term.

 
African ministers prepare for AU Summit

The Minister of Foreign Affairs Cde Simbarashe Mumbengegwi this week joined his counterparts from the 54 African states for the fifth African Union Executive Council Retreat to prepare for the 28th session of the African Union (AU) assembly of heads of state and government scheduled for end of next month.


The retreat which is being held at the AU headquarters in Addis Ababa Ethiopia will focus on elections, democracy, effective and responsive governance, commodities and the implementation of agenda 2063 and integration.

 
Major boost for Zim's agric sector

China is mulling US$5 billion worth of mega projects in agriculture and housing.

 

Register, SMEs urged

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Chiyangwa backs bond notes introduction

Affirmative Action Group (AAG) founder and businessman, Phillip Chiyangwa says the introduction of bond notes is proving to be a critical remedy to liquidity challenges the country has been facing.

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Castro survived 637 CIA assassination attempts

Castro survived 637 CIA assassination attempts

Former United States diplomat to Cuba, Wayne Smith, says the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and US-based exiles spent nearly half a century conspiring to do away with the late Cuban leader, Cde Fid...

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New clinic opens in Mt Darwin

Kandeya Clinic in Mt Darwin, built at a cost of over US$150 000 by a non-government organisation, Hear Africa Foundation, has been officially opened .

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