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Prospect eyes 480K tonnes of lithium exports per annum

The Chinese firm acquired the Prospect asset in 2021 for about US$378 million.
By Freeman Makopa May. 25, 2023

Chinese investigators nab murder suspect in Zim

Chen was implicated in the murder of Lei Ding and his wife Chi Lifen who are missing.
By Desmond Chingarande May. 25, 2023

E-creator financially empowers youths

Africa Economic Development Strategies executive director Gift Mugano, however, said such schemes must be questioned as they could be ponzi schemes.
By Evans Mathanda May. 23, 2023

Chinese companies win half of all African construction contracts employing alleged corrupt methods

Chinese companies/investors hire Chinese workers representing about 70% against a total of 30% of local workers for most of their projects.
By Economic Times May. 2, 2023

The floggings will continue in China until morale improves

China has been a very useful peer competitor for the American military, because it’s big, it looks powerful and it talks tough.
By Gwynne Dyer Apr. 28, 2023

Think-tank queries ‘opaque’ Chinese lithium contracts

Chinese miners have bought most lithium assets in the country, mostly with the help and support of the government.
By Tatira Zwinoira Apr. 28, 2023

Our investment puts Zim on global map: Chinese firm

The Chinese firm acquired the Prospect Lithium Zimbabwe (PLZ) asset in 2021 for about US$378 million.
By Freeman Makopa Apr. 21, 2023

Several African countries have a shortage of US dollars — why this happens and how to fix it

Dollars may still be available, but can only be purchased at a higher cost. There’s a shortage only in the sense that the same amount of domestic currency buys fewer imports.
By Christopher Adam Apr. 11, 2023

China’s economic growth declines amid unrealistic goals

After three years of forcing people to stay indoors due to the state policy, China has taken back its own state policy of zero COVID and opened up the economy.
By Ani News Apr. 5, 2023