IT is my singular honour and privilege to have been invited to launch our country’s Information Communication Technology (ICT) Policy.
President Mnangagwa yesterday launched the country’s Information Communication Technology Policy to guide Zimbabwe’s economic development through a coordinated use of ICTs. The ICT policy, together with the Innovation Drive, a policy to provide funding to young innovators were launched at the Harare International Conference Centre
The allure of the new political administration has convinced Australian Stock Exchange (ASX)-listed Prospect Resources to commit to a lithium project near Harare, which is expected to generate over $2,6 billion in revenues in the next two decades.
The United Nations has pledged to continue working with Government in various priority areas and assist where reforms are needed. This was said by United Nations resident coordinator in Zimbabwe Mr Bishow Parajuli after paying a courtesy call on Vice President Constantino Chiwenga at his
PRESIDENT Mnangagwa has said the economic reforms that his administration is implementing have started bearing fruit, with the country receiving positive credit ratings for the first time in 20 years. Last week, globally recognised South African credit ranking institution NKC African Economics positively rated the country from negative to stable.
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