Feb. 14, 2020
THE government has endorsed a regional export drive by the private sector targeted at regaining profitable markets. Research conducted last year by Zimtrade showed Zimbabwe stands to benefit from increased exports by venturing into Malawi, Namibia and Angola markets.
The Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Dr David Musabayana says government will continue to assist with export market opportunities.
Aug. 21, 2019
Due to hike in sugar production and huge carryover stocks, Zimbabwe’s sugar exports are likely to increase by 21 per cent. Last year the country made an export of 120 000 tonnes sugar, which may go up to 145 000 tonnes in 2019. Zimbabwe mainly exports sugar to the European Union, Botswana, United States, and South Africa and Eastern Africa (Kenya)
June 21, 2019
Zimbabwe signed a bilateral air service agreement with Mozambique, which paves the way for the resumption of passenger and cargo air services between the two countries. President Mnangagwa witnessed the signing ceremony.