Robert Mugabe’s Re-election And The Zimbabwean Economy

As the dust settles following Zimbabwe’s controversial election, we discuss the impact that Robert Mugabe’s re-election will have on the country’s fragile economy. Will the ruling ZANU-PF party accelerate its ambitious indigenization plan or follow a more moderate programme? Over the longer term, how will the ruling party deal with the succession questions dogging the 89-year-old president? Joining the podcast this week from Harare is Matthew Searle, a senior analyst with Business Monitor’s Sub-Saharan Africa research team.

This blog is tagged to:
Sector: Country Risk, Mining
Geography: Africa, Zimbabwe
Tags: Mugabe, Elections, Tsvangirai, Zimbabwe, ZANU-PF, Mining, John Ashbourne, Matthew Searle

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