How Bitcoin got so popular?

One of the most popular cryptocurrencies of today’s time is Bitcoin. Earlier when bitcoin was launched, its value was nearly negligible but over time,...

Pros and Cons of Trade Protectionism Methods

Sometimes, countries need to safeguard local industries against foreign competition. Policies known as trade protectionism are a means of economic defence. Through tariffs and...

Top Rap Albums of 2019 for Teenagers and Students

Listening to music is beneficial in various ways. For students, it can help them relax, concentrate on their studies, as well as enjoy themselves...

Bank lending remains positive despite 2018’s sluggish property market

Rhys Dyer, CEO of ooba, says: “Uncertainty around impending South Africa’s land reforms as well as an increase in the prime lending rate to...

Property players worried as Malema renews call for Land Expropriation

SOUTH African property players are taking a cautious approach as Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema (pictured) renews his call for land expropriation...

‘World power shifting’

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U.S. Foreign Press Centers invite ZimInd reporter for press freedom tour

Zimbabwe Independent reporter, Hazel Ndebele, has a rare chance to witness media engagement and press freedom issues in the United States under the new...

Updated:Malawi’s FMB takes over Barclays Bank Zimbabwe

BARCLAYS Plc has sold its majority stake in its Zimbabwean operation to Malawi’s First Merchant Bank (FMB), putting an end to months of a fierce bidding war to take over one of the country’s iconic financial institutions

Did an Israeli Company Hack Zimbabwe’s Elections?

In the past three years, a new slang word has come to be popular in the Zimbabwean capital. I’ve heard it in professional settings and at parties. It’s a conjugation of the word nikuv, to say that you were screwed. For example, “Are you trying to nikuv me?” or “I just got a flat tire on my way to this meeting, I’m so nikuved!”

Malawi dismisses agriculture minister over corruption probe

Malawi's President Peter Mutharika has dismissed the agriculture minister after an investigation into maize procurement, the southern African nation's information minister said on Wednesday.

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