• Econet major shareholder grabs 26%

    ECONET Wireless Zimbabwe’s majority shareholder has snapped up 26% of the rights issue shares, increasing its shareholding in the country’s largest mobile phone company to nearly 40% as cash-strapped local […]

    Perimeter wall at the Econet Wireless head offices in Msasa, Harare.
  • Heads set to roll at ZBFH AGM

    ZB Financial Holdings (ZBFH) has given in to pressure from its largest shareholder the National Social Security Authority (Nssa) to convene an annual general meeting (AGM), where heads are expected […]

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  • Mugabe’s old age frailty shock

    INDEPENDENCE Day this week was supposed to be the most important occasion on Zimbabwe’s annual calendar, but to thousands of Zimbabweans who thronged the National Sports Stadium the unsettling spectacle […]

    President Robert Mugabe lights the Independence flame with some help from his close aides who surrounded him to prevent him falling on Independence Day at the National Sports Stadium on Tuesday in Harare.
  • Zamco rescues banks from debts

    A SPECIAL purpose vehicle, set up by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe to hive off bad loans from banks, has rescued local banks, particularly indigenous-owned ones, which were struggling with […]

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  • Military posture spells electoral doom

    ZIMBABWE’S 2013 constitution expressly bars serving military chiefs from dabbling in politics, but this has not stopped the senior commanders from using their lofty pedestals to do the political bidding […]

    Zimbabwe’s security sector has played a major role in keeping President Robert Mugabe in power.
  • ‘Mbada incurred over US$115 million debt’
    Mbada Diamonds is contesting the government’s decision in court, arguing it has been financially paralysed, failing to pay a long list of service providers.

    MBADA DIAMONDS (Private) Limited incurred huge losses before tax of US$59 121 845 for the year ended December 31 2014, while in 2013 the company made a loss of US$44 […]

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  • President Robert Mugabe lights the Independence flame with some help from his close aides who surrounded him to prevent him falling on Independence Day at the National Sports Stadium on Tuesday in Harare.
    Mugabe’s old age frailty shock

    INDEPENDENCE Day this week was supposed to be the most important occasion on Zimbabwe’s annual calendar, but to thousands of Zimbabweans who thronged the National Sports Stadium the unsettling spectacle […]

  • Insurance Institute of Zimbabwe president Edward Gomba
    ‘Zim needs new capitalisation models’

    The insurance industry has shown remarkable resilience, but in recent years the sector has come under tremendous pressure from the ailing economy. In the 2015 national budget, Finance minister Patrick […]

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    Govt squandered diamond revenues

    DESPITE complaints from government which make it appear as though Treasury did not receive meaningful remittances from diamond mining companies, it has emerged the fiscus got US$472 million from Mbada […]

  • First Lady Dr. Amai Grace Mugabe
    ‘Post-Mugabe stability is vital’

    THE international community wants President Robert Mugabe’s successor to bring prolonged stability to Zimbabwe, renowned author and academic Stephen Chan has said.

  • Econet major shareholder grabs 26%
    Perimeter wall at the Econet Wireless head offices in Msasa, Harare.

    ECONET Wireless Zimbabwe’s majority shareholder has snapped up 26% of the rights issue shares, increasing its shareholding in the country’s largest mobile phone company to nearly 40% as cash-strapped local […]

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    Heads set to roll at ZBFH AGM

    ZB Financial Holdings (ZBFH) has given in to pressure from its largest shareholder the National Social Security Authority (Nssa) to convene an annual general meeting (AGM), where heads are expected […]

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    Zamco rescues banks from debts

    A SPECIAL purpose vehicle, set up by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe to hive off bad loans from banks, has rescued local banks, particularly indigenous-owned ones, which were struggling with […]

  • In the eye of an irregular financial externalisation storm ... A partial view of the Freda Rebecca Gold Mine in Bindura.
    ASA stock plunges on London bourse

    Asa Resource Group Plc share price plunged 46% in Tuesday’s trade on the London Stock Exchange following disclosures US$4,3 million was unaccounted for at the group’s Zimbabwe gold operation, Freda […]

  • Businessman and former African Sun chief executive Shingi Munyeza
    Govt has to curb rising fiscal deficit

    Government has to curb a rising fiscal deficit by embarking on aggressive austerity measures and trigger the supply side of the economy, prominent businessman Shingi Munyeza has said.

  • Zim’s Independence now an empty shell
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    AS we celebrated on Tuesday 37 years of Independence from colonial rule, I thought of the thousands of war heroes who died during the liberation struggle and national heroes like […]

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  • Zimbabwe’s security sector has played a major role in keeping President Robert Mugabe in power.
    Military posture spells electoral doom

    ZIMBABWE’S 2013 constitution expressly bars serving military chiefs from dabbling in politics, but this has not stopped the senior commanders from using their lofty pedestals to do the political bidding […]

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    Role of credit in modern economies

    The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ), in its monetary policy statement presented in January this year, affirmed that “credit growth in the banking sector has remained subdued during 2016. Banking […]

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    ACR case: Judge’s conclusions novel

    THIS is a continuation of an article we began serialising last week. A veteran lawyer with a wealth of experience gives a legal perspective on the court battle between government […]

  • National Defence College ... The government got a US$100 million loan from China to build the military academy.
    Zim marks Independence as country drowns in debt

    As the country commemorates 37 years of independence, one realises the 1980 merry-making euphoria is long gone as the nation’s sovereignty is under threat courtesy of its debt overhang.

  • ZC resist Test relegation
    ZC board chairperson Tavengwa Mukuhlani

    Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) is geared to resist proposals that could see the country losing International Cricket Council (ICC) full membership as well as getting relegated to the lower tier of […]

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  • ZC chairperson Tavengwa Mukuhlani is attending the crucial ICC board meeting in Dubai.
    ZC target bigger share

    Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC)is one of the smaller full members of the International Cricket Council (ICC) who will be keen to push for a bigger piece of the financial cake at […]

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    Heath Streak seeks mental toughness

    ZIMBABWE cricket team coach Heath Streak has engaged the services of respected South African mental strength coach, motivational speaker and trainer Christo Spies in a bid to boost the team’s […]

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    Heath Streak seeks mental toughness

    Streak said he was happy with Spies’ sessions with his charges, who have in the past exhibited a distinct lack of mental toughness and big-match temperament

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    Barcelona will not break the bank to keep Lionel Messi

    Lionel Messi’s long-term future at Barcelona is back in the spotlight after the club’s director Oscar Grau suggested they will not break the bank and cave into the superstar’s wage […]

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