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China’s Xi arrives in Zimbabwe, expected to sign major deals

China’s Xi arrives in Zimbabwe, expected to sign major deals

Chinese President Xi Jinping arrived in Zimbabwe on Tuesday, the first visit by a Chinese leader since 1996, amid expectations this would lead to the signing of infrastructure funding and investment agreements.

Injured Hwange jumbos rescued

Injured Hwange jumbos rescued

Three young elephants initially captured in Hwange for export to China have been taken to an elephant orphanage in Harare, a wildlife group has claimed.

Zanu PF makes ZITF debut

Zanu PF makes ZITF debut

ZANU PF is making its debut exhibition at this year’s Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) as the party seeks to inject life into government’s latest economic blueprint.

Chinese, Indian firms eye Lupane gas

Chinese, Indian firms eye Lupane gas

HARARE – Investment firm Masawara Plc MAS.L is talking to Chinese and Indian companies who have expressed interest to extract…

China to cut steel exports in 2015: Association

China to cut steel exports in 2015: Association

China will likely decrease steel exports in 2015 following the cancellation this year of export incentives such as tax rebates, a China Iron Ore and Steel Association (Cisa) official said on Monday.

Mega deals  welcome but . . .

Mega deals welcome but . . .

ZIMBABWE is this week celebrating another round of “mega” deals, this time with the Russians.

Zim junior rowers shine  at Youth Olympics

Zim junior rowers shine at Youth Olympics

ZIMBABWEAN rowers Daniella Du Toit and Kyle Hinde enjoyed decent starts at the Youth Olympic Games finishing second and sixth respectively to advance from their respective single sculls heats to the repechage phase at Xuanwu Lake in Nanjing, China, yesterday

27 MPs stranded in China

27 MPs stranded in China

ABOUT 27 local MPs are said to be stranded in Guangdong Province, China, after they went on a shopping visit to Beijing, but missed their plane when they decided to travel further to Guangdong.

Zimbabwe warned over Chinese loans

Zimbabwe warned over Chinese loans

Zimbabwe’s bid to use its minerals to secure loans is a risky route that might cost the country in the long run, a World Bank official has said.

China, Europe  drag world stocks lower

China, Europe drag world stocks lower

Europe and Asia dragged world equity markets lower yesterday as concerns about slower growth in China prompted investors to cut their risks.

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