• Tiger Brands gets dividend windfall from Zim unit

    Tiger Brands will receive a 5.61 cents per share final dividend from its Zimbabwean unit, National Foods. The company on Thursday reported a 10% surge in pre-tax profits to US$19m, […]

    Zimbabwe needs to refocus its energies and take a bold stance towards industrialisation and creating new jobs.
  • Zimbabwe banking crisis

    ZIMBABWEAN companies face increasing problems in making international payments and getting their hands on foreign currency. This is owing to the termination of correspondent-bank arrangements by international finance institutions, including […]

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  • Fiscal crisis looms over Treasury Bills

    A FINANCIAL crisis is looming as it emerged this week that government is failing to honour Treasury Bills issued by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe on maturity worth US$1,5 billion […]

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  • Market anxiety over bond notes

    RESERVE Bank of Zimbabwe governor John Mangudya found himself in a tight spot last week and was forced, for the umpteenth time, to defend his decision to introduce bond notes. […]

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  • Sanctions not main problem

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe — who now sounds incoherent and like a broken record whenever he speaks — was at it again at the United Nations (UN) General Assembly this week, […]

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  • US$1,3bn debt cripples power supply
    Monument to corruption ... Diesel generators at Dema project in Seke, Mashonaland East province.

    WHILE Zimbabwe continues squandering money on the costly, corrupt and unsustainable US$250 million Dema Power Plant, the country is facing severe power cuts due to the Zimbabwe Energy Distribution and […]

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    Zim stakeholders tackle crisis

    A NATIONAL consultative meeting on the national crisis was held at Sapes on September 15, followed by a policy dialogue in the evening. ‘

  • Tajamuka spokesman Promise Mkwananzi
    #Tajamuka not scared of the regime — Mkwananzi

    Tajamuka was an organic idea which began naturally because of the vacuum which was and is there in terms of cohesive youth mobilisation. ‘

  • Zera CEO Gloria Magombo
    ‘Fuel retailers selling toxic fuel’

    SOME leading fuel retailers in Zimbabwe, purportedly partly owned by Swiss companies, are allegedly importing contaminated diesel which contains high levels of sulphur content for bigger profits, a Swiss corporate […]

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    IMF aborts Zim visit

    THE International Monetary Fund (IMF) has abandoned its much-awaited visit to Zimbabwe amid indications the country’s arrears clearance plan approved in Lima, Peru, last year has totally unravelled. ‘

  • Tiger Brands gets dividend windfall from Zim unit
    Zimbabwe needs to refocus its energies and take a bold stance towards industrialisation and creating new jobs.

    Tiger Brands will receive a 5.61 cents per share final dividend from its Zimbabwean unit, National Foods. The company on Thursday reported a 10% surge in pre-tax profits to US$19m, […]

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  • Dollars pack on white background
    Zimbabwe banking crisis

    ZIMBABWEAN companies face increasing problems in making international payments and getting their hands on foreign currency. This is owing to the termination of correspondent-bank arrangements by international finance institutions, including […]

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    Pearl Properties records US$1,1 million loss

    PEARL Properties recorded a US$1,1 million loss during the half-year period to June 2016 as the property sector remained subdued owing to weakening aggregate demand, declining occupancy levels, increased evictions […]

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    Monetary policy measures inadequate to lift economy

    The mid-term monetary policy review presented by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor John Mangudya carries the theme: Walk the talk to restore trust and confidence. ‘

  • RTG CE Tendai Madziwanyika
    RTG exits Mozambique

    RAINBOW Tourism Group (RTG) will exit the Mozambique market at the end of this month due to declining revenue inflows, the hoteling group said. ‘

  • Market anxiety over bond notes
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    RESERVE Bank of Zimbabwe governor John Mangudya found himself in a tight spot last week and was forced, for the umpteenth time, to defend his decision to introduce bond notes. […]

    ... Read more
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    Khama at loss of words over Mugabe leadership

    THE tragedy of Zanu PF’s incompetence and mismanagement was once again brought to the fore with revelations in the state media this week that surgeries at Harare Hospital had been […]

  • Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa
    Chinamasa, Mangudya measures hit dead end

    IN his mid-year monetary policy review, Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor John Mangudya proposed two approaches of internal devaluation to deal with the current account deficit. ‘

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    Sanctions not main problem

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe — who now sounds incoherent and like a broken record whenever he speaks — was at it again at the United Nations (UN) General Assembly this week, […]

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    Stark consequences of a failed leadership

    If anyone ever needed evidence of the Zanu PF government’s shocking maladministration which has transcended the realm of mere incompetence and now poses grave danger to national survival, the spectacular […]

  • ZRU reinstates Mandenge
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    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. ‘

  • Zimbabwe born Kyle Godwin was part of Wallabies camp last week
    Zim-born Godwin closer to Wallabies dream

    WESTERN Force versatile backliner Kyle Godwin moved a step closer to becoming the second Zimbabwe-born player to play for Australia after being included in the Wallabies’ 30-man squad for their […]

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