Zimbabwe Current Affairs - 2019

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Cyclone Idai

Tropical Cyclone Idai has caused huge deaths and economic losses in Mozambique, Malawi, Zimbabwe, and South Africa. Cyclone Idai made landfall on Mozambique and later moved in a westerly direction. Idai is the deadliest Tropical cyclone witnessed in 2019. Idai originated from a tropical depression that formed off the eastern coast of Mozambique and made landfall in Mozambique. The Read More…

Month:  Categories: Environment & Biodiversity


Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe appointed as Chairman of African Union

Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe has been appointed as Chairman of African Union (AU). He will be 13th Chairman of African Union (AU) and succeed Mauritanian President Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz for a one-year term. The position of chairman of the AU is a rotating one on yearly basis and largely ceremonial. Robert Mugabe: He has ruled Zimbabwe Read More…

Month:  Categories: InternationalPersons in News


ICC World Twenty 20 Schedule: ICC World Twenty 20 Starts March 16, 2014

The ICC World Twenty20 (also referred to as the ICC World T20 or the T20 World Cup) will be played in Bangladesh from March 16, 2014 – April 6 2014. This is the 5th World Twenty20 cricket. Teams: 16 teams The Top 8 Test teams enter directly into super 10 stage and Bangladesh and Zimbabwe, who finished outside the top Read More…

Month:  Categories: InternationalSports & Games


Indian Rupee to be legal tender in Zimbabwe

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe approved domestic trading in the Chinese Yuan (CYN),   Indian Rupee (INR), Japanese Yen (JPY) and Australian Dollar (AUD) and soon these currencies will become legal tender. The central bank of Zimbabwe advised the exporters and the general transacting public that in addition to open accounts denominated in Botswana Pula, British Sterling Read More…

Month:  Categories: Business, Economy & Banking


Bali Ministerial of the World Trade Organisation 2013

What is WTO Ministerial Conference? The WTO Ministerial Conference is the topmost decision-making body of the World Trade Organization which regularly convenes every two years. It brings together all members of the WTO, all of which are countries or customs unions. The Ministerial Conference can take decisions on all matters under any of the multilateral Read More…

Month:  Categories: International


Melbourne tops the list of livable cities in world

According to a survey conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit, the Australian city of Melbourne is the most liveable city in the world while conflict battered Syria‘s capital Damascus is the least liveable city. The survey also lists Karachi and Dhaka among the least liveable cities. Top 10 livable Cities of the World: Melbourne (Australia), Vienna (Austria), Vancouver, Toronto, Calgary (all three Read More…

Month:  Categories: InternationalPlaces in News


Robert Mugabe takes oath as the President of Zimbabwe

Veteran leader Robert Mugabe took oath as Zimbabwe’s President for another 5 year term. The presidential elections in Zimbabwe were marred by controversy with the opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai alleging that the election was flawed, with registration problems that may have prevented up to a million people from voting. The former colonial power Britain has Read More…

Month:  Categories: InternationalPersons in News


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