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  • US$100m liability collapses AfrAsia

    AfrAsia Bank Zimbabwe closed on Tuesday after its shareholders retreated due to the bank’s huge liabilities of more than US$100 million, low capitalisation levels and a damaged reputation stemming from a costly legal wrangle.

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    WITH the way events are panning out in the fractious Zanu PF party, it is becoming increasingly clear President Robert Mugabe’s wife Grace is now not only in charge of the party as her husband grows older

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  • Govt to revisit indigenisation: Mnangagwa

    VICE-president Emmerson Mnangagwa says government is in the process of realigning indigenisation laws — widely deemed as a barrier to the much-needed foreign direct investment — as they currently lack clarity and consistency, among other shortcomings.

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  • Potholes squeeze motorists on repairs

    THE dismal state of Zimbabwe’s roads is costing motorists an average of US$1 000 a year on repairs due to damages caused by potholes prevalent on the roads, some which can easily be mistaken for craters, the Zimbabwe Independent has found out.

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    A GROUP calling itself the “original and real Zanu PF” comprising mostly of disgruntled Zanu PF members expelled, suspended or demoted before and after the party’s controversial congress last December says it will not form a new political party

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    Govt to revisit indigenisation: Mnangagwa

    VICE-president Emmerson Mnangagwa says government is in the process of realigning indigenisation laws — widely deemed as a barrier to the much-needed foreign direct investment — as they currently lack clarity and consistency, among other shortcomings.

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    MDC-T leaders fight over US$500 000

    A FIGHT has erupted in the Morgan Tsvangirai-led MDC-T after the party treasurer Theresa Makone reportedly failed to account for US$500 000 disbursed to the party by government in October last year under the Political Parties Finance Act

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    Vendors in Catch-22 situation

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  • US$100m liability collapses AfrAsia
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    AfrAsia Bank Zimbabwe closed on Tuesday after its shareholders retreated due to the bank’s huge liabilities of more than US$100 million, low capitalisation levels and a damaged reputation stemming from a costly legal wrangle.

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    DPC to pay over 18 000 AfrAsia Bank depositors

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