Financial Gazette (Harare)

Weekly business coverage of Zimbabwe and southern African


April 17

  • Zimbabwe: Chiadzwa Villagers Battle Malaria Outbreak

    A malaria outbreak is wreaking havoc on an already embattled Chiadzwa community around the Marange diamond fields with members of almost every household suffering from the disease. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: UNWTO Spurs Tourism Growth

    THE Zimbabwe Council for Tourism (ZCT) says the country's tourism industry significantly benefitted from hosting the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) general... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Cabinet Approves CAAZ Unbundling

    CABINET has approved a plan to unbundle the Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe (CAAZ) into two entities, a move which is expected to create a competitive regional aviation hub in... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Firms Sue Zesa, SPD

    SOME of the companies that had applied to sell prepaid electricity tokens to consumers have approached the Administrative Court contesting a decision taken by the State Procurement... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mugabe to Wield Axe

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe is mulling a roots and branch shake-up of his Cabinet, informed in part by the poor performance of some of his lieutenants and lately the apparent lack of... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF in Turmoil

    A SIEGE mood has engulfed ZANU-PF ahead of its elective congress possibly in the third quarter of this year with the bitter succession contest, an erstwhile hot potato in the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zim Can Increase Exports - Zimtrade

    Zimbabwe, grappling with a widening trade deficit, has significant potential to boost its export sector despite a declining economy, a study by the export promotion body, ZimTrade,... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zim Female Rapists Inspire Hollywood

    STORIES of gangs of women abducting and raping men on Zimbabwe's highways seemed incredible, when they broke. For a country that thrives on patriarchal attitudes and sometimes... Read more »

April 10

April 03

  • Zimbabwe: Chamisa Fingered in Mangoma Violence

    As the internal turmoil continues to rage on in the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-T), national organising secretary, Nelson Chamisa, has been implicated in the violence... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mangoma to Lead MDC-T?

    The leadership renewal debate reverberating within the troubled Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-T) has taken another peculiar twist with suspended deputy treasurer-general... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mangudya Has a Job to Do

    The appointment of John Mangudya, the current chief executive officer of banking group CBZ Holdings, as governor of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) with effect from next month... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Pressure Piles on Government

    Pressure is piling on ZANU-PF to tackle a cocktail of economic challenges that threaten to bring business operations and the economy to a halt. After a landslide victory in the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Muchechetere's Five-Star Treatment Raises Eyebrows

    Suspended Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) chief executive officer, Happyson Muchechetere, must count himself lucky judging by the way his court appearance was handled.... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Analogy of Deceptive Politics [opinion]

    Deception has been a critical mark of politics, since time immemorial. It has been the hallmark of many political leaders and political parties and organisations. I was amazed at... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Minister Defies Cabinet

    Mines and Mining Development Minister, Walter Chidhakwa has defied a Cabinet resolution barring permanent secretaries from sitting on the boards of parastatals. Chidhakwa recently... Read more »

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