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THE European Union (EU) has told President Emmerson Mnangagwa that the bloc would only consider extending aid to his government if the Harare administration met certain conditions that include respect for human rights and holding of credible elections. ...
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THE Culture Fund and the European Union recently entered into a partnership for the management of a new two-year Arts and Culture Development Programme for Zimbabwe. ...
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World Business
The European Union’s markets watchdog wants to charge foreign clearing houses seeking to cash in on new derivatives rules being introduced across the 28-country bloc. ...
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THE European Union officially lifted its trade embargo on the Zimbabwe Mining Development Corporation with effect from yesterday. ...
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THE European Union has agreed to lift sanctions on a Zimbabwean diamond-mining firm despite concerns over alleged fraud in a July election ...
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THE National Gallery of Zimbabwe and European Union will on May 9 celebrate Europe Day by showcasing an arts exhibition by young artists themed “Engaging with the Other”. ...
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World Business
Bankers are confident they can persuade the EU that its proposed financial trading tax poses enough risks to struggling economies and banks to warrant being watered down. ...
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THE STATE SECURITY minister Sidney Sekeramayi yesterday blasted the EU for maintaining targeted sanctions on service chiefs. ...
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HEAD of the EU Delegation to Zimbabwe, Aldo Dell’ Ariccia, said the bloc would not read much into Zanu PF’s reaction to the removal of 81 officials from its sanctions list. ...
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THE European Union (EU) is set to leave only 10 Zanu PF officials on the targeted sanctions list of President Robert Mugabe and his inner circle. ...
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World Business
A British exit from the European Union would be a catastrophe despite disagreements over capping banker bonuses that have left London increasingly isolated. ...
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THE European Union (EU) met last Monday in Brussels and removed six ministers from the sanctions list. ...
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Belgium is pushing for European Union sanctions on a Zimbabwean gold and diamond mining company to be lifted, putting it at odds with some of its EU partners days before a deadline to extend sanctions on Zimbabwe, EU diplomats said on Wednesday. ...
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THE European Union (EU) has disbursed $520 000 towards refurbishment of classrooms and improvement of learning facilities at 108 early child development centres in parts of Mashonaland West. ...
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News Politics
THE European Union (EU) must demand tangible human rights reforms, and free and fair elections before lifting targeted sanctions on Zimbabwe, a leading international human rights group said yesterday. ...
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THE European Union (EU) says it is targeting to spend about $80 million sourced under the Education Transition Fund to upgrade the country’s education sector over a five-year period ending in 2015. ...
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THE European Union (EU) has released $75 000 towards curbing the spread of the armyworm which has destroyed cereal crops in most parts of the country. ...
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World Business
The euro zone is not considering a debt restructuring for Cyprus, the European Union’s top economic official was quoted on Friday as saying, as the heavily indebted island struggles to negotiate an international aid deal. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials
For many, the news that the European Union had been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for 2012 came as a surprise. ...
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ECONOMIC Planning and Investment Promotion minister Tapiwa Mashakada says Zimbabwe wants to improve trade with Germany. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials
Next February, if not before, the European Union looks likely to lift a raft of sanctions imposed on President Robert Mugabe and his destructive Zimbabwean regime as a reward for apparently making “progress” towards holding elections by the end of 2013. ...
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World Business
EUROPEAN Finance ministers aim to stitch together Greece’s next aid payment this week as a sputtering euro-area economy and a spat with the IMF cloud efforts to resolve the debt crisis. ...
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MASVINGO — The European Union (EU), through the Urban Councils Association of Zimbabwe (Ucaz), has awarded Masvingo City Council a $2,5 million grant for water and sanitation projects, mayor Alderman Femias Chakabuda has confirmed. ...
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