Egypt's Orascom Telecom said on Wednesday its majority-owned Zimbabwe subsidiary had renewed its mobile operating licence for 20 years.
But it did not say whether it had agreed to a demand by the Zimbabwe government that it cu
Dubai's national carrier Emirates has underlined its commitment to Zambia and Zimbabwe by making its new Dubai-Lusaka-Harare route a daily service starting from October 1.
The linked service, which currently operates five times a week, has
Emirates SkyCargo has announced plans to bolster its operations on the booming Africa trade route with flights to the capitals of Zambia and Zimbabwe starting from next month.
The freight division of Emirates, one of the fastest growing in
Zimbabwe's opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai was sworn in as prime minister on Wednesday after months of wrangling with President Robert Mugabe over a power-sharing deal aimed at rescuing the ruined country.
The pact agreed in September
Prominent figures, including former UN secretary general Kofi Annan, believe Zimbabwe could soon collapse due to a political and economic crisis, South Africa's ANC leader Jacob Zuma said on Monday.
'They believe the situation is v
Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe signed a power-sharing agreement with opposition rival Morgan Tsvangirai on Monday, relinquishing some of his powers.
The deal followed weeks of tense negotiations to end a deep political crisis compo
President Robert Mugabe is expected to be declared the winner of Zimbabwe's widely condemned election on Sunday and prepare to confront his critics at an African Union summit the next day.
The West stepped up calls on Saturday for action t
African pressure mounted on Tuesday for President Robert Mugabe to call off a June 27 election after the UN Security Council issued an unprecedented condemnation of violence against opposition supporters.
But Mugabe remained defiant and s
Zimbabwean opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai pulled out of a run-off election against President Robert Mugabe on Sunday, saying a free and fair poll was impossible in the current climate of violence.
Speaking only hours after his opposit
Southern African leaders called on Sunday for the expeditious release of results from Zimbabwe's election after a two-week delay that has raised fears of violence.
Zambian Foreign Minister Kabinga Pande told reporters a 13-hour summit in L