Financial Gazette (Harare)

Weekly business coverage of Zimbabwe and southern African


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  • Zimbabwe: Katsande to Captain Warriors

    KAIZER Chiefs midfield anchorman Willard Katsande will captain Zimbabwe in their 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Malawi at Chichiri Stadium in Blantyre on Saturday. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zim Faces Radioactive Threat

    PLANS by Zimbabwe to start exploiting uranium deposits discovered years ago in Kanyemba, 300 kilometres north of Harare, have brought to the fore the country's capacity to handle... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: CAAZ Unbundling At Advanced Stage

    TRANSPORT and Infrastructure Development Minister, Obert Mpofu, says plans to unbundle the Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe (CAAZ) into two entities are at an advanced stage. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: RBZ Demonetise Zim Dollar

    The exercise will cost US$20 million. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF Must Reform or Perish' [interview]

    ZIMBABWE'S political terrain has undergone significant transformation, but the more things change, the more they remain the same. The Financial Gazette's Deputy Editor-in-Chief,... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mzembi's Proverbial Nine Lives

    Call it fate or pure luck lurking by his side; and hate him or like him, but Tourism and Hospitality Minister Walter Mzembi has the proverbial nine lives of a cat -- at least... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Listing to Boost Proplastics Growth

    THE listing of Proplastics, which was recently unbundled from construction group Masimba Holdings, on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE), is likely to unlock growth for the company,... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Land Reform Nightmare

    GOVERNMENT, battling to stem an accelerating economic crisis that was primarily triggered by its land reform programme, is contemplating returning some underutilised farmlands back... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Designing Performance Incentives for Your Business

    For incentive schemes to succeed, organisations need to institute a complete culture change in the way rewards are managed. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Parastatals Bleed Broke Govt

    THE cash-strapped government is pumping out huge sums of money to prop ailing parastatals, including the troubled National Railways of Zimbabwe and the collapsed Redcliff-based... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Delta to Brew 350 Million Litres of Chibuku Super Daily

    DELTA Corporation, the country's largest brewer, is to ramp up sorghum beer output to 350 million litres per year when it commissions its US$17 million Chibuku Super plant at... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zim Borders Inefficient'

    BULAWAYO businessman has described the country's borders as too inefficient and therefore a deterrent to investment. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: ASL Plans Rights Issue

    During the period under review, the group disposed of the 16,54 percent investment in Dawn Properties Limited valued at US$5,8 million and all proceeds were used to repay bank... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Collateral Damage of Poor Governance [opinion]

    Xenophobia is totally understandable, but what is surprising is that it breaks out so infrequently and is so limited in scope. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: CFI Sells 635 Stands

    AGRO-dealer, CFI Holdings Limited, has placed on the market a total of 635 high density residential stands in Harare to complement several private sector led property development... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Opposition Has Dismally Failed

    The latest split highlights the hopelessness of Zimbabwe's opposition politics that has been evident since the country's independence in 1980. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Insurers Tighten Underwriting Standards [interview]

    ZIMBABWE's insurance industry is facing turbulence due to a liquidity crunch in the economy, with policy cancellations soaring since dollarisation. The Financial Gazette's Online... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: NRZ Disqualifies 40 Applicants for Top Job

    Troubled National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ)'s board has contracted an unnamed employment agency after it failed to find suitable candidates for the vacant position of general... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Byo's Resilient Companies Soldier On

    MORE than 100 companies closed shop in Bulawayo since dollarisation in 2009 after succumbing to an ailing economy experiencing liquidity challenges and an influx of cheap imports. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Gold Debts Afflict Mines

    THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has still not settled debts to the country's embattled gold mining companies for bullion delivered to Fidelity Printers and Refineries over a... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Arda Estates Revived

    The resuscitation of the Agricultural Rural Development Authority (ARDA)'s estates, which have been lying idle due to financial constraints and years of neglect, is gathering... Read more »

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