Author: Reuters

Former US Vice President Joe Biden says will decide soon whether to run for presidency

Former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden, a Democrat, said on Saturday he had not yet.

United Kingdom yield curve flattest since Brexit vote on growth fears

 The difference in yields between short and longer-dated British government bonds fell on Monday to.

Zimbabwe teachers’ unions suspend national strike

HARARE (Reuters) – Zimbabwean teachers have suspended a national strike seeking better pay, unions said.

Jeremy Corbyn puts forward terms for backing UK PM Theresa May on Brexit

British opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn met Prime Minister Theresa May last week and has written.

President Mnangagwa denies rift with deputy

Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa dismissed rumours of a rift with his deputy, which have gathered momentum since.

Parliament vote will prompt UK Plc to accelerate no-deal plans -CBI

British businesses are likely to accelerate their planning for a no-deal Brexit following the vote.

EU tells Britain to align income tax rules with EU law

The European Commission on Thursday called on Britain to align with EU law its income.

Zimbabwe activist pastor Evan Mawarire seeks bail as hundreds face trial after protests

Pastor Evan Mawarire will ask the High Court on Wednesday to free him on bail.

Zimbabwe public workers reject latest wage offer after protests

Zimbabwe’s public workers have rejected a second offer to raise their salaries and demanded to.

Econet says ordered to shut down internet

Zimbabwe’s biggest mobile operator Econet Wireless said on Friday it had been ordered to shut.