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Chinese Shares Refresh 4-Week Lows, British Futures Fall in Line with Europe, European Futures Down on Tuesday

Chinese Shares Refresh 4-Week Lows, British Futures Fall in Line with Europe, European Futures Down on Tuesday

AFRICA, EUROPEAN UNION, INTERNATIONAL, USA, ZIMBABWE
Chinese Shares Refresh 4-Week LowsThe Shanghai Composite lost 42.81 points or 1.21% to 3508.59 on Tuesday, touching 4-week lows during intraday trade, and cancelling gains of 1.21% in the previous session. Sentiment was hit as Guo Shuqing, head of the regulator overseeing China’s banking and insurance industries, expressed concerns about the possible bursting of asset bubbles in overseas financial markets and risks in China’s property sector, sparking fresh concerns about further tightening in the world’s second-biggest economy. Globally, the US national security commission recommended Congress tighten up chokepoints on chipmaking technology to block Beijing from overtaking Washington in the coming years. On the pandemic front, the WHO warned that the number of virus infections globally r...
Zimbabwe: 3 504 People Arrested For Violating Lockdown Regulations

Zimbabwe: 3 504 People Arrested For Violating Lockdown Regulations

AFRICA, BREAKING NEWS, COVID-19, HEALTH, World Health Organization, ZIMBABWE
3 504 people were arrested yesterday alone for violating lockdown regulations, the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has said. Of the 3 504 arrests made on Tuesday, 2 284 were for unnecessary movements and 815 were for failing to wear masks. This brings to 458 251 the cumulative total arrests since the onset of the coronavirus lockdown nearly a year ago. ZRP said in a statement posted on Twitter:
Zimbabwe: Riot police storms the home of Norton MP Temba Mliswa and arrest him as he spoke to reporters and taken to Borrowdale Police Station

Zimbabwe: Riot police storms the home of Norton MP Temba Mliswa and arrest him as he spoke to reporters and taken to Borrowdale Police Station

AFRICA, BREAKING NEWS, UN Human RiGHTS, ZIMBABWE
He was in the middle of a press conference. He had just accused state security minister Owen Mudha Ncube and local government minister July Moyo of using ex-girlfriend Susan Mutami to "defame" him Norton MP Temba Mliswa and his ex-girlfriend Susan Mutami
Zimbabwe: Private Sector, Willing Citizens Can Continue Donating Funds To Purchase The Vaccine – Mthuli Ncube

Zimbabwe: Private Sector, Willing Citizens Can Continue Donating Funds To Purchase The Vaccine – Mthuli Ncube

AFRICA, COVID-19, HEALTH, ZIMBABWE
The Finance Minister has urged private citizens and the private sector willing to help the government purchase the vaccine to do so and provided the accounts to be used by the willing donors. The Finance Minister touched a storm this week when he said private citizens were to pay for the vaccines before he said his comments were taken out of context. Ncube also emphasised that vaccines purchased by the government will be given to citizens free of charge in the following statement: 1. Following constructive engagements between the Government, Private Sector and well-wishing Citizens, in the procurement of COVID19 vaccines, Government welcomes and appreciates the offer by the private sector to complement Government’s resource commitment by contributing its own resources towards the...
World’s GDP, GDP YoY, GDP QoQ, Interest rates, inflation rates, jobless rates, Gov. Budgets, Debt/GDP, Current Account and Population.

World’s GDP, GDP YoY, GDP QoQ, Interest rates, inflation rates, jobless rates, Gov. Budgets, Debt/GDP, Current Account and Population.

Afaghanstan, AFRICA, Angola, Argentina, Australia, Banking World, Business, Cameroon, Central African Republic, China, Denmark, Djibouti, DUBAI, EAST AFRICA, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, ETHIOPIA, EUROPEAN UNION, Florida, Ghana, Guinea, Housing Finance Bank, INTERNATIONAL, Israel, Italy, Ivory Coast, KENYA, Lesotho, LIBYA, London, Nigeria, Peru, Rwanda, Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan, Sudan, Sweden, TANZANIA, UAE, UGANDA, UK, United Bank For Africa, USA, West Africa, Zambia, ZIMBABWE
CountryGDPGDP YoYGDP QoQInterest rateInflation rateJobless rateGov. BudgetDebt/GDPCurrent AccountPopulationUnited States21428-2.50%4.00%0.25%1.40%6.70%-4.60%106.90%-2.30329.13China143436.50%2.60%3.85%0.20%5.20%-2.80%52.60%1.001400.05Euro Area13336-4.30%12.50%0.00%-0.30%8.30%-0.60%77.60%2.30341.90Japan5082-5.80%5.30%-0.10%-1.20%2.90%-3.80%236.60%3.60126.01Germany3846-3.90%0.10%0.00%1.00%4.60%-4.80%59.80%7.1083.20India2875-7.50%21.90%4.00%4.59%6.50%-4.59%69.62%-0.901312.24United Kingdom2827-8.60%16.00%0.10%0.60%5.00%-1.80%80.70%-3.8066.65France2716-5.00%-1.30%0.00%0.00%9.00%-3.00%98.10%-0.7066.98Italy2001-5.00%15.90%0.00%-0.20%8.90%-1.60%134.80%3.0060.36Brazil1840-3.90%7.70%2.00%4.52%14.10%-5.90%75.79%-2.70210.15Canada1736-5.20%8.90%0.25%0.70%8.80%-1.50%88.60%-2.1037.78Russia1700-3.40%1.50%...
Zimbabwe: ZADHR supports SOS Children’s Village (Byo) COVID-19 programmes in homes

Zimbabwe: ZADHR supports SOS Children’s Village (Byo) COVID-19 programmes in homes

AFRICA, COVID-19, HEALTH, World Health Organization, ZIMBABWE
The ZADHR on Friday donated PPE & hygiene material to SOS Children’s Village in Bulawayo. In the pictures, SOS Children’s Village representative Mr Ncube (in khaki/brown shirt) receives PPE & hygiene material from ZADHR executive director Mr Calvin Fambirai (in jean trousers) and ZADHR member Dr Brian Mbanje (black trousers)