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Zimbabwe relaxes empowerment law to boost investment-govt paper
Zimbabwe's President Mugabe delivers his state of the nation address to the country's parliament in HarareZimbabwe, suffering from economic recession and lack of foreign investment, is relaxing a black economic empowerment law forcing foreign-owned firms to sell majority shares to locals in a bid to attract investment, a cabinet minister said on Sunday. Signalling a shift in policy, Christopher Mushohwe, minister for youth, indigenisation and economic empowerment, said the law would only be mandatory in the mining sector, which generates half of Zimbabwe's export earnings and contributes about 17 percent of GDP. Foreign investors in other sectors would be able to negotiate with the government what proportion of their businesses they could sell to locals, he said.

S.Africa president: Private sector, workers should tighten belt to save jobs
Zuma attends the summit of the SADC in HarareLEPHALALE, LIMPOPO, SOUTH AFRICA (Reuters) - South Africa's private sector and workers need to tighten their belts to save jobs in Africa's most advanced economy, President Jacob Zuma said on Sunday. Pointing to worries that the steel manufacturing industry and the mining sector could shed thousands of jobs, Zuma urged unions demanding higher wage increases and firms chasing profits "to recognise the fact that the economy is sick". He spoke at the opening of a new power station.
   

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