Latest articles on Patrick Chinamasa

Zimbabwean journalist ‘fears for his life’ after being singled out by Zanu-PF

Hopewell Chin’ono recently published a series of Facebook posts that outline alleged connections between President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s son and a company that was awarded tender to supply equipment to prevent the spread of Covid-19

Zimbabwe minister sees election boost to ‘collapsed’ economy

Patrick Chinamasa predicted the ruling Zanu-PF party would 'resoundingly' win the July 30 vote

US sanctions blow for Mnangagwa as Trump says Harare ‘still a threat’

The US president has reportedly "extended sanctions against Zimbabwe for another year"

Can an old croc learn new tricks?

Mixed messages from President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s first few days in office

A letter from a Zimbabwean about (dis)Grace

Back in Zimbabwe, those who become victims to the First Lady are powerless.

Zim govt ‘sells out’ to China

President Robert Mugabe will allow Beijing to bypass state tenders for big projects in return for funding from the Chinese government.

Zim govt says it won’t seize foreign investment capital

Zimbabwe's finance minister has pledged that the country will not take foreign investment capital in its indigenisation policy.

Zim: Drowning in debt

Even the finance minister does not know where to find the cash to pay the state's pressing obligations.

Zim’s new central bank governor faces currency constraint

The incoming Zimbabwean central bank governor will focus on regulation rather than money controls in a country which has abandoned its own currency.

Zim government abandons forceful drive

The state is adopting an investor-friendly stance in a bid to woo foreign investors, but won't budge on resources.

Zim diaspora rejects olive-branch bonds

Zimbabweans living abroad not likely to take up Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa's offer to float bonds in order to help the government raise cash.

Zimbabwe’s ‘imaginary’ budget

Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa's budget has lifted the lid on Zimbabwe's precarious financial position.

Zim: Chinamasa sees red over budget

Finance minister wants time to think so that he can do things differently.

Zim’s justice minister rubbishes violence claims

Zimbabwe's justice minister has rejected allegations that the country has state-sponsored violence, and vowed not to recognise gay rights.

EU seeks to normalise ties with Zanu-PF

The European Union said on Friday it has removed 51 loyalists of Zimbabwe's president from a list of people facing travel and banking bans.

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Zulu land body challenges audit outcome

Ingonyama Trust Board chairperson Jerome Ngwenya has challenged the audit process in the face of a series of unfavourable ratings

‘Terrorised’ family shines a light on traditional leadership for vulnerable people

The ambiguity between traditional and constitutional leadership has been exposed by the violent banishment of an Eastern Cape family

Sisulu dissolves housing agency board, again

The HDA is once again under administration, and its acting chief executive gets to stay on

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