• Dangote looks beyond Mugabe

    AFRICA’S richest man, Nigerian tycoon Aliko Dangote, whose net worth was US$17,5 billion as of yesterday, according to Forbes magazine, is looking well beyond President Robert Mugabe’s rule as he […]

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  • Tetrad Bank deal: AAY demands exclusivity

    AAY Investments Group, a Panama-based venture capital fund, which expressed interest in acquiring equity in Tetrad Investment Bank (TIB), has demanded exclusivity as it carries out a three-month due diligence […]

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  • Rand weakening a blow to local firms

    The weakening of the South African rand is putting local manufacturing companies in the corner amid fears some firms could fold as cheap imports flood the market, pushing out locally-manufactured […]

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  • 1 500 workers lose jobs in agric sector

    MORE than 1 500 workers in the agricultural sector lost their jobs after their contracts were terminated on three months’ notice, businessdigest has learnt. ‘

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  • Bakhresa to inject US$18 million into Blue Ribbon

    Blue Ribbon Industry (BRI) creditors have okayed a scheme of arrangement that will see Tanzanian firm Said Salim Bakhresa injecting US$40 million in the next five years to turn around […]

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  • Zanu PF factions gear for 2018 showdown
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    TWO contrasting game plans regarding President Robert Mugabe’s succession are emerging with Zanu PF insiders revealing the camp led by Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa is pushing for an extraordinary congress in […]

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    Australia wants clarity on indigenisation

    THE Australian government has invited Zimbabwean officials to a mining conference next month in Perth — the capital of Western Australia — to clarify the country’s controversial indigenisation laws to […]

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    Govt’s 10-point plan a worthless dud

    THE 10-point plan presented by President Robert Mugabe in his state of the nation address in parliament on Tuesday has been widely dismissed as not worth the paper it is […]

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    No South African cash for Zim

    SOUTH Africa is prepared to enter into investment arrangements with Zimbabwe instead of providing convenient rescue packages or bailouts which President Robert Mugabe desperately needs. ‘

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    Mnangagwa finally has his way on CIO officers

    THE close security aides (CSA) and senior security aides (SSA) from the Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) rejected by Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa have been formally withdrawn from his office, the Zimbabwe […]

  • Tetrad Bank deal: AAY demands exclusivity
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    AAY Investments Group, a Panama-based venture capital fund, which expressed interest in acquiring equity in Tetrad Investment Bank (TIB), has demanded exclusivity as it carries out a three-month due diligence […]

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    Zim must strive to meet investor needs

    The 2015 Annual Shareholders and Investors Forum on Responsible and Sustainable Investment in Zimbabwe organised and coordinated by the Institute for Sustainability Africa (Inśaf) on the July 17 2015 at […]

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    CIMG tightens grip on Mwana Africa

    China International Mining Group Corporation (CIMGC), the majority shareholder in Mwana Africa plc, tightened its grip on the mining group after it yesterday appointed several directors to the board of […]

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    Language vital in leadership

    As the old adage goes; language is a key to success! In the world of cutting edge business practice today, language has become a means to a successful business operation. […]

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    1 500 workers lose jobs in agric sector

    MORE than 1 500 workers in the agricultural sector lost their jobs after their contracts were terminated on three months’ notice, businessdigest has learnt. ‘

  • Mugabe an investors’ bogeyman
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    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe this week proved to all and sundry he is Zimbabwe’s main stumbling block to foreign investment — an investors’ bogeyman — when he met Africa’s richest man, […]

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    Utility bills: Zanu PF’s populist policies backfire

    It’s déjà vu as the futility and short-termism of Zanu PF’s populist decision to slash or write off residents’ rate debts to local authorities and Zesa on the eve of […]

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    Zim must strive to meet investor needs

    The 2015 Annual Shareholders and Investors Forum on Responsible and Sustainable Investment in Zimbabwe organised and coordinated by the Institute for Sustainability Africa (Inśaf) on the July 17 2015 at […]

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    Language vital in leadership

    As the old adage goes; language is a key to success! In the world of cutting edge business practice today, language has become a means to a successful business operation. […]

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    Depreciation of the rand: Impact on Zim business

    PURSUANT to the abolition of the dual exchange rate system, that is unification of the financial and the commercial rand) on March 10 1995 the unified rand was stable at […]

  • Warriors to throw everything at Guinea
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    Warriors coach Kalisto Pasuwa is prepared to throw his usual defence-first philosophy away in favour of an attack-minded approach that he hopes will suffocate Guinea when Zimbabwe hosts the West […]

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    Young Sables seek to redeem lost pride

    The Young Sables’ mission against Namibia on Saturday is about more than just winning the Africa Cup and qualifying for the Junior World Rugby Trophy, as the Under-19 rugby team […]

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    Kirsten optimistic ahead of Tri-Nations

    Zimbabwean junior golfer Justin Kirsten hopes his recent solid performances in Germany will help inspire the national junior team to a third consecutive title. ‘

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    Mukuhlani takes over as new Zim Cricket boss

    Tavengwa Mukuhlani was yesterday nominated new Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) board chairman at the association’s Annual General Meeting held in Harare. ‘

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    Sables’ sternest test

    WHEN the Sables face the World Cup-bound Namibian national rugby team on Saturday they will be aware a lot more is at stake than the Confederation of African Rugby (CAR) […]

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