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President Emmerson Mnangagwa has tasked parliament to fast track the Private Voluntary Amendment Bill so that his administration can have total control of the operations of NGOs. Mnangagwa has accused the NGOs of deviating from their humanitarian agenda and venturing into partisan politics. Meanwhile, southern African countries have joined calls from Mnangagwa’s government for U.S. sanctions to be lifted, saying they are damaging the region’s economy.

  • The U.S. government has slapped targeted sanctions on Sakunda Holdings CEO Kudakwashe Tagwirei, accusing the business mogul of being part of a closely-knit ring of elites stuntin Read more »

  • 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 … Read more »

  • 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 »

  • In his capacity as African Union Chairperson, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has called for the lifting of sanctions on Zimbabwe and Sudan to allow all African countries … Read more »

  • The United States government has renewed targeted sanctions against President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his administration, saying Zimbabwe ‘has had ample opportunity to implement … Read more »

A child jumps over a stream of sewage flowing in Chitungwiza (file photo).