The Ambassador of the Republic of Tanzania delivered the SADC Anti-sanctions message to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs & International Coorperation of the Republic of Italy 25.10.19
SADC Ambassadors in Tokyo handed over the SADC Against Sanctions Document to local authorities in support of the campaign to lift sanctions against Zimbabwe.
Lilongwe based SADC member states Ambassadors to Malawi, namely H.E. Jorge Davide Gune of Mozambique; H.E. Dr. John Jefete Ngwata Phiri of Zambia; H.E. Mr. Benedicto Martin Mashiba Tanzania and H.E. Prince Ahlangene Cyprian Sigcawu of South Africa commiserate with Zimbabwe Charge de Affairs, M'faro Charambira in Lilongwe 25.10.19
The Southern African Development Community (SADC) heads of mission accredited to the People's Democratic Republic of Algeria has issued a statement in line with the Anti-Sanction Day called on by SADC member states to collectively call for the removal of sanctions 7on Zimbabwe on 25 October 2019.
SEOM launched the regional bloc’s Mission in Gaborone Read more
SADC Election Observer Mission (SEOM) to the Mozambique General Elections launched in Maputo Read more
IMPACT ON ZIMBABWE AND THE REGION OF THE UNILATERAL SANCTIONS IMPOSED BY THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND THE EUROPEAN UNION Read more
ZIMBABWE EXPECTS POSITIVE TRANSFORMATION OF ITS ECONOMIC LANDSCAPE WITH FULL AfCFTA IMPLEMENTATION Read more
ECA AND AUC PLEDGE FULL SUPPORT TO ZIMBABWE ON AfCFTA IMPLEMENTATION Read more
The three-day conference on African development wrapped up in Yokohama. Read more
The SADC Summit which was held in Dares Salaam encouraged member States remove unnecessary in order to promote intra-regional trade Read more
The 39th Summit of the Heads of State and Government of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) in Tanzania opened up chances of for the Swahili language to spread to all member countries of the bloc. Read more
SADC SUMMIT 2019 AGREES ON MEASURES TO ENCOURAGE REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT. Read more
President E.D Mnangagwa met with Mr Geoffrey Onyeama, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Federal Republic of Nigeria at State House in Harare on Wednesday,May 15. Read more
INDEPENDENCE DAY SPEECH BY HISEXCELLENCY, THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF ZIMBABWE, CDE. E. D. MNANGAGWA 18TH APRIL, 2019 Read more
The Hon. Minister of Foreign Affairs & International Trade, Lt. Gen. (Ret.) Dr. S.B. Moyo has addressed a total of 33 Ambassadors-Designate and Officers in the Ministry who are undertaking a one and half month Diplomatic Training Program to, in their line of duty, focus on economic diplomacy and attracting investment, markets for the country’s products, increasing trade volumes and promoting Zimbabwe as an attractive tourist destination through engagement, reengagement and rapprochement, as outlined by H.E. President E.D. Mnangagwa. Read more
South African Minister of International Relations and Cooperation handed over the package worth 55 million Rands to her Zimbabwean counterpart Read more
ADDRESS TO THE NATION BY HIS EXCELLENCY THE PRESIDENT, CDE EMMERSON DAMBUDZO MNANGAGWA, FOLLOWING CYCLONE IDAI, HARARE, 18TH MARCH, 2019. Read more
OPENING STATEMENT BY THE PRESIDENT OF ZIMBABWE, HIS EXCELLENCY E.D. MNANGAGWA, ON THE OCCASION OF THE THIRD SESSION OF THE ZIMBABWE - SOUTH AFRICA BI-NATIONAL COMMISSION, HARARE, 11 MARCH 2019. Read more
OPENING STATEMENT BY THE HONOURABLE DR LT. GEN, (RTD) S.B. MOYO, MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND INTERNATIONAL TRADE OF THE REPUBLIC OF ZIMBABWE AT THE OPENING CEREMONY OF THE THIRD SESSION OF THE ZIMBABWE-SOUTH AFRICA BI-NATIONAL COMMISSION Read more
Foreign Affairs and International Trade Minister Dr S.B Moyo and his South African Counterpart Lindiwe Sisulu held a closed door meeting at Meikles Hotel before the Plenary Opening Ceremony of the Ministerial Session Monday morning.
The third session of the Zimbabwe-South Africa Bi-National Commission opened in Harare Thursday morning with a meeting of senior officials which called for vigorous implementation of bilateral agreements between the two countries. Read more
President E.D Mnangagwa and his Botswana counterpart Dr Mokgweetsi Masisi held a Bi-National Commision (BNC) at Meikles Hotel in Harare to further strengthen economic relation between the two countries. Read more
The Secretary for Foreign Affairs and International Trade Ambassador James Manzou met with his Botswana counterpart Mr .Gaeimelwe Goitsmang at Meikles Hotel in the capital Monday morning where they made their welcome remarks on the ongoing inaugural session of the Zimbabwe and Botswana Bi-National Commission (BNC). Read more
Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Lt General (Rtd) Dr S.B Moyo met with the Japanese business delegation at his Munhumutapa offices Monday evening. Read more
Dr Lassina Zerbo, the Executive Secretary of the Comprehensive Nuclear Test -Ban Treaty Organisation (CTBTO) paid a courtesy call to the Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Lt General (Rtd.) Dr. S.B. Moyo at his Munhumutapa offices on 13 February 2019. Read more
Zimbabwe’s successfully hosted the Zimbabwe Investment Forum in Zurich, Switzerland as part of the World Economic Forum. The Forum involves about 70 Business People from Switzerland and some from the United Kingdom. Senior government officials led by the Minister of Finance, Prof. Mthuli Ncube used the Forum to explain the investment and trade opportunities abundant with partnering Zimbabwe.
President E.D. Mnangagwa's Eurasia Tour. Read more
From left to right : Mr Santiago Gomez-Acebo, Ambassador designate of the Kingdom of Spain; Mrs Melanie Robinson, Ambassador designate of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland; and Mr James Musoni, Ambassador designate of the Republic of Rwanda, after they separately paid courtesy calls to the Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Lt Gen (Rtd) Dr S.B Moyo on January 2nd at his Munhumutapa Offices.
On December 10, 2018, H.E. President, E.D. Mnangagwa held a closed door meeting, at his Munhumutapa Offices, with Zimbabwe’s diplomats abroad where he urged them to promote trade between Zimbabwe and the countries they are stationed, in line with Government’s new diplomatic approach. The President, who was flanked by his two Deputies, Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Trade as well as Finance Minister, implored the diplomats to be servant leaders.
Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs & International Trade, Ambassador Cain Mathema took time for a group-picture with attendants to the weeklong Results Based Management System, Strategic Planning Workshop at the Zimbabwe Institute of Public Administration Management (ZIPAM) in Darwendale. The attendants include the Secretary for the Ministry, Ambassador James Manzou, Ambassadors, Charge de Affairs, Senior Management, Staff and Stakeholders.
Visiting Indian VP Pays Courtesy Call on the President...Read more
President Mnangagwa swore in 20 Cabinet ministers at State House in Harare. Read more
What nature made meets what human beings made. The mighty Victoria Falls was declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1989 and is one of the Seven Wonders of the World.
The Great Zimbabwe Monument is the largest and arguably the most impressive monument in Africa south of the Sahara.
Zimbabwe is a member of the Southern African Development Community (SADC), an inter-governmental organization headquartered in Gaborone, Botswana. Its goal is to further socio-economic cooperation and integration as well as political and security cooperation among 16 southern African states.
Zimbabwe is home to the world’s largest living land animal, the elephant.
The national flag of Zimbabwe was hoisted at independence on 18 April 1980.