Zimbabwe: Indigenisation laws struggling to get through parliament

Voice of America reports that Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe’s controversial indigenisation laws are struggling to get through the country’s legislature. The parliamentary legal committee has ruled that sections of the new laws – which call for all foreign companies to cede a controlling stake to local Zimbabweans – are in violation of the constitution. Read the full article at Voice of America.

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