Zimbabwe has invited bids for stakes in up to eight loss-making state-owned enterprises, including its national airline and power

Zimbabwe will trim spending and relax laws that require black citizens to hold majority stakes in companies as well as increase tax

Some Zimbabweans were able to withdraw U.S. dollars from automated teller machines this week for the first time in about a year as

Emmerson Mnangagwa, Zimbabwe’s new president Friday rallied all Zimbabweans to unite and work together to revive the battered

Zimbabwean Government has renamed the country’s main airport after President Robert Mugabe, Joram Gumbo, Transport Minister said.

One of the most common complaints about large often state-owned Chinese companies operating in Africa is that they bring in their own

Zimbabwe expects to cut its budget deficit by half next year to 4 percent of the gross domestic product, while economic growth will

Joseph Made, Zimbabwe agriculture minister said Tuesday that the country has banned the importation of fruit and vegetables with

Robert Mugabe’s latest economic experiment is making Zimbabwe’s stocks the world’s best performers for all the wrong reasons. And

Zimbabwe will access a $600 million credit line from African Export-Import Bank in an effort to stave off a foreign-currency shortage