• Mugabe snubs Khama invitation

    In the aftermath of scathing criticism from Botswana’s President Ian Khama which frayed bilateral relations, President Robert Mugabe has snubbed an invitation to the neighbouring country’s 50th independence celebration in […]

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  • Massive Zimra corruption exposed

    HEADS are expected to roll at the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) as the tax collector has completed a forensic audit that exposes massive corruption and fraudulent conduct by top executives. […]

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  • Zambia, Zimbabwe pick AfDB Advisers for US$4bn Batoka plant

    ZAMBIA and Zimbabwe have appointed the African Development Bank as lead financial advisers for the construction of the 2400-megawatt Batoka Gorge hydro-power project that’s expected to cost $4 billion, an […]

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  • MTN denies Illegally transferring US$14bn out of Nigeria

    MTN Group Ltd. said it “strongly refutes” an accusation by Nigerian lawmakers that the wireless carrier illegally moved almost US$14 billion out of the country, as the company tries to […]

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  • SABMiller name to disappear as shareholders vote on Megabrew

    SABMiller Plc’s name will disappear after its US$104 billion takeover by Anheuser-Busch InBev NV, eliminating a corporate moniker whose roots date back to the late nineteenth century ‘

    Logos sit illuminated on the side of beer storage crates in the distribution center at SABMiller Plc's Newlands brewery in Cape Town, South Africa, on Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2016. SABMiller’s board unanimously recommended Anheuser-Busch InBev NV's improved takeover offer paving the way for the biggest acquisition in the history of the beer industry and capping a tumultuous week in which the Budweiser maker bowed to pressure to sweeten its offer. Photographer: Waldo Swiegers/Bloomberg
  • Zanu PF women, bigwigs gun for VP Mnangagwa during assembly
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    THE Zanu PF Women’s League will today convene its national assembly ahead of the party’s December annual conference amid reports of a fresh push to bring back the women’s quota […]

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    Mugabe snubs Khama invitation

    In the aftermath of scathing criticism from Botswana’s President Ian Khama which frayed bilateral relations, President Robert Mugabe has snubbed an invitation to the neighbouring country’s 50th independence celebration in […]

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    Dema deal escalates to US$498m

    THE cost of the corrupt Dema Emergency Power Plant has escalated alarmingly from US$249 million to US$498 million over three years, after the government directed the controversial project’s managers to […]

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    Zim troops deployment controversial

    THE Zimbabwe Defence Forces (ZDF)’s deploymet of commandos and military intelligence servicemen to Equatorial Guinea to protect President Robert Mugabe’s counterpart Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo is proving controversial as the […]

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    Mugabe son denied loan

    A LOCAL bank has rejected President Robert Mugabe’s teenage son Bellarmine Chatunga’s predatory US$380 000 loan application to fund his obscure businesses and lavish lifestyle as it seeks to contain […]

  • Simbisa reports 23% drop in profit
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    Simbisa Brands Ltd reported a 23% drop in after tax profit at US$3 million for the nine months to June 30 2016 compared to US$3,9 million in the prior period […]

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    ZHL considering currency hedging to preserve capital

    LISTED insurance group Zimre Holdings Limited (ZHL) is considering currency hedging to minimise exchange rate losses and protect shareholder value against depreciating currencies in its key markets, the company said. […]

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    Former ABCH interim CE to leave group

    FORMER ABC Holdings acting CE Blessing Mudavanhu has resigned from the financial services group as the company awaits regulatory approval to complete the merger between BancABC Zambia and Finance Bank […]

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    Zambia, Zimbabwe pick AfDB Advisers for US$4bn Batoka plant

    ZAMBIA and Zimbabwe have appointed the African Development Bank as lead financial advisers for the construction of the 2400-megawatt Batoka Gorge hydro-power project that’s expected to cost $4 billion, an […]

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    MTN denies Illegally transferring US$14bn out of Nigeria

    MTN Group Ltd. said it “strongly refutes” an accusation by Nigerian lawmakers that the wireless carrier illegally moved almost US$14 billion out of the country, as the company tries to […]

  • Audit report troubles ZC
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    THE much-anticipated scrutiny of Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC)’s financial position has been abandoned for the second time in as many weeks after board members demanded the completion of a credible audit, […]

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    ZRU reinstates Mandenge

    SABLES coach Cyprian Mandenge has been reinstated as the Zimbabwe national fifteens rugby team coach, barely a month after he was reportedly pushed following a string of poor results. ‘

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    ZC audit plot thickens

    A LEADING audit firm has sensationally distanced itself from Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC)’s hotly disputed financial statements of 2015 in a development likely to expose massive fraudulent activities in the administration […]

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    ZC courts Streak

    Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) is locked in negotiations with former captain Heath Streak who is earmarked to take over as the national team coach following the departure of Dav Whatmore who […]

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    Audit storm rocks ZC

    ZIMBABWE Cricket’s audited financial statement for 2015 could spark an investigation after members of the association’s new board raised alarm over questionable operating expenditures, we can reveal. ‘

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