• Fears abound as bungling Nssa eyes fresh investments

    AS a statutory corporate institution sustained by deductions from employees’ salaries and whose mandate is to provide social security to workers upon retirement or in the event they are injured at work

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  • Zimbabwe’s tourist arrivals increase 2,6%

    ZIMBABWE’S tourist arrivals went up 2,6% in 2014 to 1 880 028 compared to the previous year, buoyed by arrivals from Africa, Europe and America, latest figures show.

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  • Tetrad Bank’s doomsday nigh

    HOPES of a Tetrad Investment Bank bailout are rapidly fading amid indications Horizon Capital Consortium (HCC), a Russian firm that has expressed interest in acquiring a controlling stake in the troubled bank

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  • Resolving Zimbabwe’s debt crisis

    Zimbabwe’s debt situation remains an impediment to both external sustainability and economic development. The country is in debt distress with large external payment arrears, against a context of limited fiscal space.

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  • Marange Resources, RBZ in diamond- cutting deal

    ZIMBABWE’S wholly state-owned diamond miner Marange Resources is on the verge of concluding negotiations for a joint diamond cutting and polishing venture with the Reserve Bank Of Zimbabwe (RBZ), highly placed sources say.

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  • Fears abound as bungling Nssa eyes fresh investments
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    AS a statutory corporate institution sustained by deductions from employees’ salaries and whose mandate is to provide social security to workers upon retirement or in the event they are injured at work

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    Govt struggles to fund Sadc summit

    THE broke Zanu PF government, already struggling to meet its financial obligations, has extended a begging bowl to local companies — battling for survival in a hostile economic environment

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    Grace battles colon cancer

    CONTRARY to President Robert Mugabe’s wife Grace’s claims upon her return from an extended stay in Singapore six weeks ago that she only had an operation to remove a nagging appendix, close family sources say she is suffering from a much more serious ailment — colon cancer.

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    More trips lined up for Mugabe

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe will literally spend half the year gallivanting around the world at an enormous cost to the cash-strapped government that is battling to meet its obligations

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    Econet triggers raid on local news agency

    ZIMBABWEAN business news agency, The Source, was yesterday raided by the deputy sheriff in an attempt to recover allegedly stolen documents following a High Court order granted to Zimbabwe mobile phone operator Econet and Steward Bank on stories published on its site.

  • Zimbabwe’s tourist arrivals increase 2,6%
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    ZIMBABWE’S tourist arrivals went up 2,6% in 2014 to 1 880 028 compared to the previous year, buoyed by arrivals from Africa, Europe and America, latest figures show.

    ... Read more
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    Tetrad Bank’s doomsday nigh

    HOPES of a Tetrad Investment Bank bailout are rapidly fading amid indications Horizon Capital Consortium (HCC), a Russian firm that has expressed interest in acquiring a controlling stake in the troubled bank

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    Retrenchment Board approves Starafrica worker redundancy

    Starafricacorporation’s bid to retrench 67 workers was okayed by the Retrenchment Board on Thursday last week, but still needs the thumbs up of Labour minister Prisca Mupfumira for final approval, businessdigest has learnt.

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    Resolving Zimbabwe’s debt crisis

    Zimbabwe’s debt situation remains an impediment to both external sustainability and economic development. The country is in debt distress with large external payment arrears, against a context of limited fiscal space.

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    Marange Resources, RBZ in diamond- cutting deal

    ZIMBABWE’S wholly state-owned diamond miner Marange Resources is on the verge of concluding negotiations for a joint diamond cutting and polishing venture with the Reserve Bank Of Zimbabwe (RBZ), highly placed sources say.

  • Opinion: Confusion over expulsion of MPS
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    THE fractious nature of the main political parties in Zimbabwe since the July, 2013 elections has resulted in numerous suspensions and expulsions of party members

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    Opinion: Opposition parties have betrayed the people

    Opposition political parties in Zimbabwe, especially the various MDC formations, are a disappointing lot that have continued to let the people down and the struggle for a just, democratic Zimbabwe.

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    Candid comment: Official denials reflect detached leadership

    OFTEN, a major obstacle to solving a problem or crisis is acknowledging its existence, for how do you conceive an appropriate strategy to tackle a difficulty whose existence you are […]

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    Comment: Zim economy needs reforms

    ZIMBABWE’s economic freedom score is 37,6, making our economy the 175th freest in the 2015 Index of Economic Freedom, an annual guide published by The Wall Street Journal and The Heritage Foundation, a leading think-tank in Washington.

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    Editor’s memo: If Mugabe had Lee’s vision

    LEE Kuan Yew, the leader who transformed Singapore within a generation from a tiny barren colonial outpost without natural resources into a prosperous modern city-state with some of the best economic indicators in the world, died this week aged 91 like President Robert Mugabe.

  • Fifa expels Warriors
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    ZIMBABWE were yesterday expelled from the preliminary competition of the 2018 Fifa World Cup Russia after failing to settle a debt owed to former coach, José Claudinei Georgini, popularly known as Valinhos.

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    Zim loses golden boy

    ZIMBABWE felt it had made huge strides in the development of its cricket team into a decent side, but the signing of Test captain and number one batsman Brendan Taylor for Nottinghamshire in England has thrust the team steps back.

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    Zim face Ireland in score-settling match

    NO coach in the history of Zimbabwean cricket would have been aggrieved after getting fired more than West Indian Phil Simmons who was dismissed in 2005.

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    Whatmore seals new bumper deal

    ZIMBABWE Cricket (ZC) is impressed with the direction the national team is taking under Australian coach Dave Whatmore, and have offered the experienced mentor a new four-year contract.

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    Cause for optimism ahead of World Cup

    While Zimbabwe cricket fans will be compelled to drag themselves out of bed at ungodly hours to watch the ICC 2015 World Cup finals co-hosted by New Zealand and Australia, […]

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