Region: Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe remedies monopsony concerns in supermarket deal

Zimbabwe’s antitrust enforcer has approved an acquisition by one of the country’s largest supermarket chains after the retailer agreed to source fruit and vegetables from local farmers to quell buyer power concerns.

07 March 2023

Zimbabwe accepts divestiture offer to end gun-jumping probe

Zimbabwe's antitrust enforcer has given a fridge manufacturer’s parent company six months to divest its stake in the business after a gun-jumping investigation into a rival’s minority investment.

15 December 2022

Zimbabwe issues highest-ever gun-jumping fine

Zimbabwe’s competition enforcer has reportedly fined Innscor Africa a record €98,800 for gun-jumping, and ordered the consumer goods manufacturer to divest stakes in two animal feed businesses that it acquired without permission.

10 June 2020

Zimbabwe to amend competition law

Zimbabwe’s cabinet plans to amend the country’s merger control regime and set out clear rules on cartel enforcement and public procurement.

24 May 2017

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