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Chamber of Commerce bemoans impact of sanctions

Harare – The Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce (ZNCC) has exposed the lie in claims that the illegal sanctions on Zimbabwe are “targeted”, pointing out that the embargo has resulted in businesses failing to access offshore loans at concessionary rates. Businesses in other countries routinely access such cheap financing to drive their own corporate growth …

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Foreign policy thrust bearing fruits for nation

Harare – President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s engagement and re-engagement policy is bearing fruit for the nation as evidenced by the ringing endorsement of SADC Anti-Sanctions Day, Foreign Affairs and International Co-operation Minister Dr Subisiso Moyo has said. Anti-Sanctions Day, as declared by all leaders of Southern Africa last year, will be marked annually on October 25 …

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Ramaphosa Slams Sanctions

Ramaphosa demands fairer UN, slams Zim sanctions Johannesburg – South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa has called on the United Nations to increase Africa’s representation in the Security Council. He also called for the removal of economic sanctions on Zimbabwe and Sudan; as well as for suspension of interest on debts owed by African countries. President …

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SADC takes sanctions fight to the world

THE Southern African Development Community (SADC) has intensified the fight for the removal of illegal economic sanctions on Zimbabwe by launching a multi-pronged international diplomatic offensive. This was said by the bloc’s Executive Secretary, Dr Stergomena Tax, ahead of October 25, which the regional has set aside annually as the SADC Anti-Sanctions Day. In Zimbabwe, …

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