Financial Gazette (Harare)

Weekly business coverage of Zimbabwe and southern African


October 30

  • Zimbabwe: Environmental Disaster Looms in Harare

    FAILURE by the Harare City Council (HCC) to implement an effective solid waste management system has left residents at the mercy of an environmental disaster that could explode... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: CEOs Fall As Crisis Deepens

    NMBZ Holdings Limited dispatched a shareholder notice announcing the departure of long-serving chief executive officer (CEO), James Mushore, one month after chairman Tendayi... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: MDC-T Chefs in Suspense

    THE Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-T)'s highest decision-making body, the National Council, meets in Harare this morning to decide on double nominations whereby certain of its... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: When Elephants Fight . . . [editorial]

    IT is quite true that when elephants fight, it is the grass that suffers. When ZANU-PF trounced the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) formations at the July 2013 polls, it was... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Conflict of Interest [editorial]

    PAUL Chimedza is a medical doctor, with a thriving practice in Avondale. He is the Deputy Minister of Health and Child Care. His boss is David Parirenyatwa, also a medical... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF Mini 'Unity Accord' Fizzles Out

    THE mini 'unity accord' effected by the First Lady, Grace Mugabe, between warring ZANU-PF Harare provincial chairman, Amos Midzi and provincial youth chair, Godwin Gomwe, at her... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mayhem in Zanu-PF Structures

    THE setting up of a parallel team to manage provincial affairs ahead of the ZANU-PF congress, outside of the normal provincial leadership structures, is set to create mayhem as the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Oppah Muchinguri in a Fix

    First lady Grace Mugabe, ZANU PF women's league Secretary Oppah Muchinguri and president of senate Edna Madzongwe Picture: WATSON UFUMELI. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Constitutional Amendments Divide Zanu-PF

    A SILENT war is raging in the ruling party over plans to tweak with ZANU-PF's constitution, last amended in 2005. In September, the Financial Gazette broke the news that ZANU-PF... Read more »

October 23

October 16

  • Zimbabwe: Zimbabweans Enraged As Govt Fails to Deliver

    ANGER is fast building up among the general populace as many of them sink deeper into holes of poverty with unemployment numbers surging; taxes increasing; and prices escalating,... Read more »

  • South Africa: Justice and the 'Broken Men' [opinion]

    ON the face of it, President Jacob Zuma and convicted paralympian Oscar Pistorius have little in common. Their life stories and role in society could not be more different. In an... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Delta's Lessons [editorial]

    THINGS are terribly bad in the economy, with Treasury having recently revised downwards economic growth projections and government revenue collectors warning of dreadful times... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: The Ebola Question [editorial]

    IT'S a question that has been asked many times: is Zimbabwe prepared to deal with Ebola? There is no real clear answer to that question. Only last week, another Ebola scare turned... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: MBCA to Become Nedbank Zimbabwe

    MBCA Bank, a unit of South Africa's Nedbank group, is next year changing its name to Nedbank Zimbabwe, the Financial Gazette's Companies & Markets (C&M) can exclusively... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 'I am Tried and Tested' [interview]

    RETIRED Brigadier-General Ambrose Mutinhiri (AM) has thrown his hat into the ring for the second Vice Presidency, which has been vacant since last year after the death of John... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Still Waiting for Morgan's March, Cdes [column]

    COMRADES, it is almost a month since Morgan threatened to lead mass protests to achieve that which he has hopelessly failed to through the ballot and similar protests, including... Read more »

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