Angola's central bank said on Tuesday it will sanction seven financial institutions for failing to comply with foreign exchange rules.
The MDC is split over whether to dump Tsvangirai before the next vote in 2018.
Government bonds also firmed, and the yield for the 2026 benchmark instrument fell 12.5 basis points to 8.785 percent.
The banks include Angolan Bank SA Investments and the local unit of Johannesburg-listed Standard Bank.
Zimbabwe's main opposition leader and President Robert Mugabe's chief rival for the last 17 years revealed he has cancer.
SolarReserve has secured a $1 billion bid to construct a Concentrated Solar Power (CSP)plant named Redstone with the construction of it starting in September. Redstone will generate 100 MW of energy.
The same court had in April ordered a review of a 2009 decision by the NPA to set aside hundreds of charges again Zuma.
"I don’t want to go back to jail. I don’t want to have to waste my life sitting there" said Pistorius.
The worst yellow fever outbreak in decades has killed some 325 people in Angola.
Shuter was named on Monday as the replacement for Sifiso Dabengwa, a black executive who resigned last November.
Zimbabwe faces its worst drought in more than three decades, its young innovators are turning to technology for mitigating future impact.
The utility employs over 42,000 people with NUM representing more than 14,000 of workers.
The family's relationship with the scandal-troubled Zuma has been under question for years and several South African firms.
MIBCO started negotiations about a week ago with two sessions but so far have had no real achievements as yet.
Police said they also arrested 40 of the rioters who were targeting foreigners' shops as public anger mounted.
The Reserve Bank has raised the key repo rate by a cumulative 75 basis points so far this year.
South Africa's capital metro, Tshwane, 'torn' over ethnic candidature of Thoko Didiza.
South Africa's NUM has rejected wage offer from the state power utility, Eskom.
The country’s capital, Tshwane, has seen violent protests with many of its townships deemed no-go zones following the announcement of the ruling party’s mayoral candidate, Thoko Didiza.
The government on Feb 22 evicted all diamond mining firms in the Marange fields in eastern Zimbabwe saying their licences had expired.