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Rwandan President Paul Kagame has called for the lifting of sanctions against Zimbabwe and Sudan as both countries struggle to cope with the economic and social impact of the novel coronavirus pandemic. The two nations still face some U.S. restrictions, complicating attempts to get the debt relief that all African countries are seeking. Meanwhile, AU Chairperson President Cyril Ramaphosa has taken the fight to G20 countries, the International Monetary Fund, and World Bank among other international organisations.

  • The U.S. has removed Agribank and the Infrastructure Development Bank of Zimbabwe from the sanctions list, a move that will allow them to do international business more easily and … Read more »

  • The ongoing COVID-19 lockdown restrictive measures are proving too tough for Zimbabweans living with albinism who are facing serious difficulties to make ends meet, the Zimbabwe … Read more »

  • Zimbabwe’s government has summoned the U.S. ambassador Brian Nichols over a comment made by one of President Donald Trump’s advisers. The U.S. National Security Advisor, Robert … Read more »

President Paul Kagame (file photo).