By this standard, Hanke who is among the leading world experts on measuring and stopping hyperinflation. He has been studying Zimbabwe for many years. Below are the excerpts: By Pearl Matibe ND:
Water cannons and police remained present, however, at the headquarters of the main opposition party, a day after authorities raided it and made 18 arrests.
The opposition said it will challenge in court the results of the election, which Mnangagwa won with just over 50 percent of the vote. Police escorted them from the room. A police vehicle in central Harare was heard broadcasting messages through a loudspeaker. We are here to protect you.
Feel free to walk and open your business. The year-old Mnangagwa has tried to recast himself as a voice of change, inviting the Western election observers who for years had been banned by Mugabe. If this election is judged credible, it will be a big step toward the lifting of international sanctions on this southern African nation whose economy has long collapsed and whose reputation has suffered after years of repression of the opposition and allegedly rigged votes.
They criticized the delay in releasing the results of the presidential vote, saying it raised concerns about possible manipulation. Anxious Zimbabweans waited to see what would happen next. In Kuwadzana, a poor suburb outside the capital where groups of youths overnight sang and chanted MDC slogans before results were announced, it was silent.
So he knows how to maneuver all the problems we have. I just hope he will do well. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. The Associated Press contributed to this report.Sport; International.
The changing face of Zim car industry. 13 There will be technological transfer to the Zimbabwean motor industry and local workers will benefit through retraining and. The said part is that the Zimbabwean lady couldn’t ask the right questions. If you want to make these people uncomfortable depart from their script and ask about the intentions of such things as.
Aug 26, · Tayo Popoola looks at the changing face of the Zimbabwean music scene since the fall of Robert Mugabe. Zimbabwean musicians had been largely silenced by the reign of Mugabe.
There is evidence of Zimbabwean popular music between the s and the s when peripatetic zitherists played music which was based on religion and folklore.
A question that everyone who is looking forward to the Zimbabwean Elections, the first election with ballot papers without the faces of Robert Mugabe and Morgan Tsvangirai is, “How will the election outcome improve my life and well-being”.
The vital point about Agenda is that every African nation including Zimbabwe has signed up to it. Yet our government is totally ignoring it. Far from Commercial Colonialism helping to eradicate poverty, it has actually helped to prolong it for far longer than it should have done.