Tag: Constantino Chiwenga

Wife of Zimbabwean vice president charged with his attempted murder

The wife of Zimbabwean Vice President Constantino Chiwenga was charged with trying to kill her husband when she appeared in court on Monday.

MDC’s Nelson Chamisa speaks out on Zimbabwe sanctions, dialogue and elective congress

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has again called for the lifting of sanctions against Zimbabwe. This is after United States extended sanctions by one year saying they will only be lifted, if Harare has implemented certain reforms. Joining CNBC Africa’s Karabo Letlhatlha to speak on the sanctions, legitimacy issue, elective congress and the current economic challenges facing Zimbabwe is MDC Leader Nelson Chamisa.

Zimbabwe needs bold reforms, productivity not a new currency – Arthur Mutambara

There has been a huge call for Zimbabwe to engage in a national dialogue to resolve the country’s economic crisis. The country’s reserve bank governor recently introduced a new currency known as Real Time Gross Transfer dollars or ‘RTGS dollars’ as a measure to address its currency problem. For more on the dialogue issue, the newly introduced currency, and role South Africa and SADC should play in resolving Zim crisis; CNBC Africa spoke to Former Zimbabwe Deputy Prime Minister Professor Arthur Mutambara.

Anthoni van Nieuwkerk: #Mnangagwa is another version of Mugabe

Public sector workers in Zimbabwe have rejected a second offer to raise their salaries, anti-government protests have seen the death of over 10 people and hundreds of citizens have been detained over public order charges. Social media access has also been cut off during this time. Joining CNBC Africa for more is Professor Anthoni van Nieuwkerk, Political Science Expert.

Top economist on why no one wants to bailout #Zimbabwe

Public sector workers in Zimbabwe have rejected a second offer to raise their salaries. Workers' demands to be paid in US dollars has again been rejected by the government. In the past week anti-government protests have seen the death of over 10 people and hundreds of citizens detained over public order charges. Social media access has also been cut off during this time. The United Nations has called for an end to the security crackdown and internet blackout. Meanwhile President Emmerson Mnangagwa has cancelled his trip to the lavish resort town of Davos after coming under fire due to the dire economy which has been afflicted by a shortage of dollar bills and resulted in fuel and medicine shortages. John Robertson, Independent Economic Consultant in Zimbabwe joins CNBC Africa for more.

Motlanthe Commission report on Zimbabwe’s post-election killings labelled ‘white wash’

On Tuesday afternoon Former South African president Kgalema Motlanthe released his commission report about Zimbabwe’s post-election violence. The report suggested that the police and military were the culprits of the chaos that had occurred but Advocate Chadya Tapiwa Diamond believes that the inquiry’s finding was just a waste of tax payer’s money. He joins CNBC Africa to explain why.

MDC Alliance court challenge shows that democracy is now alive in Zimbabwe – Temba Mliswa

Zimbabwean Politician Temba Mliswa says MDC Alliance’s court petition challenging the 2018 Presidential elections results would not have been allowed under Robert Mugabe’s administration, showing that democracy is now alive in Zimbabwe. The Independent Member of Parliament for Norton Constituency and former Zanu-PF Mashonaland West provincial chairperson joins CNBC Africa for more.

Tracking market, investor reaction to Zimbabwe’s disputed election

Zimbabwe has yet to settle following its disputed election, the first one Post-Mugabe's rule, where President Emmerson Mnangagwa received majority vote. How are the markets responding to the nation-wide unrest? Joining CNBC Africa for more is Neville Mandimika, Africa Strategist, RMB.
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