Monica Mutsvangwa

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    Govt dismisses reports it intends to adopt Bitcoin

    THE Ministry of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services has confirmed that the country has no plans to adopt Bitcoin as an alternative cryptocurrency despite multiple media reports. “The nation is assured that Government is not considering introducing another currency in the economy as reported in the media. The local currency remains the Zimbabwe dollar (ZW$) and not cryptocurrency#postcabinetbriefing pic.twitter.com/w5eQhxeufM— Ministry…

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    Govt extends level 4 lockdown by a further two weeks

    GOVERNMENT has extended the revised Level 4 lockdown by a further two weeks, saying more effort was still required to contain the third wave of the pandemic. The extension of the lockdown was announced by Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Minister Monica Mutsvangwa in a statement on Tuesday night. Mutsvangwa said although there has been a notable decrease in the…

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  • Markets

    Zimbabwe bans export of raw chrome

    Cabinet has approved an immediate ban on all exports of unprocessed chrome ore in order to protect the ferrochrome industry, which it says is integral in the country’s attainment of an envisioned US$12 billion industry by 2023. Announcing the latest strategy to boost the mining sector during Tuesday’s post Cabinet media briefing, Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services minister, Monica Mutsvangwa…

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