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16 April 2018 15:34:19 News24 Africa

Zimbabwe will attend a Commonwealth summit this week in London as an observer, an official says, underlining the country's international re-engagement since President Robert Mugabe's fall. Full article on | Zimbabwe heads to Commonwealth summit to 're-engage'

Vice All News Time16 April 2018 15:34:19


Zimbabwe delegation invited to Commonwealth London summit

1.6297278 15 April 2018 18:55:29 - Africa News

HARARE Zimbabwe (Xinhua) -- However, the country will only have observer status and will not participate in deliberations to take place. Former President Robert Mugabe withdrew Zimbabwe from the Commonwealth in 2003 following differences over governance issues. In an interview with The Sunday Mail, Secretary for Foreign Affairs and International Trade Joey Bimha said the Commonwealth invitation was an indication of reciprocity to Zimbabwe’s re-engagement efforts. He said foreign minister Sibusiso Moyo would attend the summit. "The minister has been invited by his British counterpart for a visit. "He is going to attend the meeting, but he will not participate," he said....

Vice All News Time15 April 2018 18:55:29

Zambia’s Vice President to attend Commonwealth Heads of Mission (CHOGM) Summit

1.4420531 13 April 2018 06:34:15 - Africa News

Her honour, the Vice President of the Republic of Zambia Mrs Inonge Mutukwa Wina is on Monday expected in the United Kingdom to attend the Commonwealth Heads of Mission (CHOGM) Summit that will take place from 16th to 20th April 2018. Mrs Wina will be accompanied by the Minister of Foreign Affairs Hon. Joseph Malanji, Finance Minister Hon. Margaret Mwanakatwe, Justice Minister Hon. Given Lubinda, Commerce Trade and Industry Minister Hon. Christopher Yaluma, Permanent Secretaries and government officials. The summit will bring together up to 53...

Vice All News Time13 April 2018 06:34:15

Zimbabwe Welcomes Afreximbank Support in International Re-Engagement Effort

1.4420531 13 December 2017 17:50:16 - World News

Harare, 13 December 2017: - Zimbabwe will welcome the support of the African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) as it seeks to re-engage with the international and business communities, Emerson Mnangagwa, the country's new President, has said in Harare. Speaking yesterday while receiving Bank President Dr. Benedict Oramah, who led an Afreximbank delegation on a courtesy visit to him, President Mnangagwa expressed appreciation for all the financing support which the Bank had been providing to Zimbabwe and endorsed all the interventions in the Zimbabwean economy proposed by Afreximbank. He described the Bank as a true development partner of Zimbabwe for being there for the country throughout its...

Vice All News Time13 December 2017 17:50:16 | Zimbabwe police re-impose protest ban - State radio

1.4068745 13 September 2016 11:27:19 News24 Africa

A top police officer in troubled Zimbabwe has indicated that he will re-impose a ban on protests in central Harare less than a week after a High Court judge declared it unconstitutional, a report says.

Vice All News Time13 September 2016 11:27:19

Inaugural Commonwealth Sports Summit set to engage, challenge and inspire (CGF - Commonwealth Games Federation)

1.3969096 06 July 2016 13:54:00 - World News

(Source: CGF - Commonwealth Games Federation) For immediate release, 6 July 2016 In exactly three months, and for the first time, sports leaders and stakeholders from across Canada and the Commonwealth's 71 nations and territories will come together for the inaugural Commonwealth Sports Summit, to be held on 6 October in Edmonton, Alberta, as part of the Commonwealth Games Federation's 3-day General Assembly. As highlighted in Transformation 2022 - the CGF's strategic blueprint- the annual gathering of the Commonwealth Sports Movement's global membership will open its doors to...

Vice All News Time06 July 2016 13:54:00

Commonwealth Secretary-General heads to Caribbean for CARICOM summit (Commonwealth Secretariat)

1.3969096 01 July 2016 12:19:35 - Europe News

(Source: Commonwealth Secretariat) Climate change, indebtedness, protecting migrant remittances and banking systems, and the consequences of the United Kingdom's exit from the European Union on small and vulnerable economies are priority concerns for the Commonwealth Secretary-General as she heads to Guyana for the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Conference of Heads of Government. Secretary-General Patricia Scotland said: 'Twelve of the member countries sitting around the table at this meeting are Commonwealth members. This is where policies that affect the lives of people in the Caribbean are shaped, so this conference is an...

Vice All News Time01 July 2016 12:19:35

Zimbabwe's re-engagement with financial institutions pays off

1.2978828 18 March 2016 04:16:51 - World News

Zimbabwe's re-engagement with financial institutions pays off ......

Vice All News Time18 March 2016 04:16:51

Commonwealth Africa Summit 2016 - Over 18 Heads of State and Government Expected

1.1887516 23 January 2016 20:29:20 - Africa News

Over 18 heads of State and Government, as well as 1,500 leaders from business and society are expected at the 3rd Commonwealth Africa Summit 2016 from the 14th - 16th March in London, United Kingdom under the theme: Shared Prosperity, Mutual Security. ......

Vice All News Time23 January 2016 20:29:20

Zimbabwe: U.S. Re-Engages Zim

1.1640913 08 May 2015 15:28:37 AllAfrica News: Latest

ZIMBABWE and the United States appear set for re-engagement after more than a decade of bitter conflict over human rights violations and policy clashes amid reports that the US's Deputy Assistant Secretary of State in the Bureau of African Affairs, Shannon Smith, will be visiting the country next week.

Vice All News Time08 May 2015 15:28:37 | Xenophobia: Malema heads to Zimbabwe

1.1640913 30 April 2015 13:07:41 News24 South Africa

EFF leader Julius Malema is reportedly set to visit Zimbabwe next week, where he is expected to talk about the recent xenophobic attacks that rocked parts of South Africa.

Vice All News Time30 April 2015 13:07:41