Strive Masiyiwa Linked To SA Premiership Side Supersport United

SuperSport United are reportedly set for a takeover led by Zimbabwe billionaire Strive Masiyiwa subject to approval from the Premier Soccer League executive committee. SuperSport has long been mooted to be sold amidst the reported financial constraints at the club which has notably seen its business model change over the …

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Basic Goods Supply Sabotage Exposed

WHILE Government is taking steps to ensure availability of basic goods to all citizens, consumers have expressed concern over acts of sabotage by some greedy businesses which stand accused of trading certain products only in forex in defiance of a clear monetary policy. Basic goods In order to ensure stability …

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Army Cries Foul Over Fake Letter On Social Media

The Zimbabwe National Army has disowned a fake letter circulating on social media platforms purported to have been written by Commander ZNA Lieutenant General David Sigauke alleging that JB Family Electronics, a company operating illegally in Mbare was an events’ sponsor and donor. In a statement yesterday, ZNA spokesperson, Colonel …

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Zanu PF Goes For Broke

Zanu PF appears to be going for broke ahead of the 2023 general elections by engaging illegal gold miners in a move many have described as crude electioneering. Zanu PF national political commissar Mike Bimha told NewsDay that the ruling party was currently on a whirlwind tour of the country, …

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Zimbabwean People Lose Faith In Mnangagwa

Zimbabwe’s poor and downtrodden say they have no confidence in President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration as the ongoing economic implosion continues unabated, a new study has shown. Since he swept to power on the back of a military coup in 2017, the economy has fared dismally, ruined by runaway inflation and …

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Lawyers Redflag Mnangagwa Regime For Trashing Charter

President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s regime has been accused of violating the constitution by denying incarcerated opposition legislators Job Sikhala and Godfrey Sithole access to their legal representatives while in prison. This came after Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (Zlhr) director Roselyn Hanzi was on Monday denied access to see Sikhala (Zengeza …

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Zim Makes Token Payments To Creditors

FINANCE minister Mthuli Ncube says Zimbabwe is making quarterly token payments to international creditors, including 17 Paris Club members, as the country battles to improve its credit rating. Currently battling a huge debt overhang which has worsened the country’s sovereign risk profile, the authorities in Harare have been left with …

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Mnangagwa Told Me Mary Mliswa Is ‘Chief Of Mash West’: Ziyambi

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa is confident Zanu PF Mashonaland West chairperson Mary Mliswa-Chikoka’s leadership skills will steer the ruling party to a resounding victory in the 2023 harmonised elections. The trust the presidium has in the youthful chair, who recently made history becoming the first ever female to lead a province, …

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Pension Funds Investments & Economic Development

A great percentage of humans is employed at a specific organisation or institution however one cannot rely on his or her job forever. As financial analysts we encourage and advice individuals to plan for their retirement while employed. This is the norm for numerous citizens around the globe but the …

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Ncube’s Measures: All Froth & No Beer

On Monday the previous week, Finance and Economic Development minister Mthuli Ncube announced several new measures to help sustain the local currency following months of buttering. His measures followed the continued weakening of the local currency, which declined to $700 to the US dollar on the parallel forex market. Officially, …

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