Financial Gazette (Harare)

Weekly business coverage of Zimbabwe and southern African


May 29

  • Zimbabwe: Mavhaire Snubbed in Binga

    Energy and Power Development Minister, Dzikamai Mavhaire, was last week snubbed by villagers in Siabuwa where he commissioned an electricity project set up by the Rural Electricity... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Executives Pulling Children Out of Private Schools

    SCORES of executives have had to pull their children out of private schools following the failure by many companies to continue paying school fees for their employees' children due... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai Risks Losing Mansion

    MOVEMENT for Democratic Change (MDC-T) leader Morgan Tsvangirai risks being chucked out of his Highlands home because of failure to service a US$3 million loan secured from... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Govt in Violation of New Constitution

    A YEAR since the adoption of the new Constitution in March last year, non-constitutionality -- failure to adhere to the Supreme law -- is rearing its ugly head in several aspects,... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 'Coalition Not About Unseating Mugabe' [interview]

    WELSHMAN Ncube , president of the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) has given his strongest hint that he will not re-unite with his rival Morgan Tsvangirai, dashing any hope... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Geoffrey Nyarota Speaks On IMPI [interview]

    THEOPPY Ncube  of the Financial Gazette had an opportunity to interview Geoffrey Nyarota , the chairperson of the Information and Media Panel of Inquiry (IMPI), about progress... Read more »

May 22

  • Zimbabwe: Gnashing of Teeth in Zanu-PF

    ANXIETY has gripped the ruling ZANU-PF as the net closes in on suspected informants accused of sharing party secrets, some of them of a security nature, with hitherto faceless... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: The Chingwizi Outrage

    A GROUP of government ministers were left with mud on the face when residents of Chingwizi camp in Masvingo angrily booed and chased them away. They had come in for their routine... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Grand Coalition - a Tall Order

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe and his ZANU-PF party are firmly in charge after winning last year's election. Barring any unfortunate act of nature, nothing before the next 2018 election... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Kasukuwere Must Explain

    LAST week, we were taken by surprise when Parliament barred former empowerment minister, Saviour Kasukuwere from giving an explanation on how he handled controversial community... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Nkomo Family Wades Into Chingwizi Saga

    A RIFT has emerged between government and the family of Joshua Nkomo over the chaotic Chingwizi resettlements and the politicisation of the exercise which the surviving children of... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Harare Residents Bay for Chombo's Blood

    THE latest scandal rocking the City of Harare in which council management, fresh from a salarygate scandal, converted part of the US$144,4 million loan meant for water and sewer... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Where Is Hungwe's Psychomotor Ministry?

    The Ministry of Liaising on Psychomotor Activities in Education has not taken off, eight months after its establishment. Speculation is rife that this is yet another futile project... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF Snubs War Collaborators

    MEMBERS of the Zimbabwe National Liberation War Collaborators Association (ZILIWACO), which held a conference in Gweru recently were disappointed after none of the heavyweights... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Deadlock Over CEOs' Salaries

    TWO months after discussions to trim excessive salaries earned by chief executive officers (CEOs) of State-owned enterprises started, Cabinet is still to finalise the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Faces Behind the United Front

    AS the crisis in the MDC-T continues, the acrimony has provided a catalyst for other opposition parties to mull the possibility of setting up a grand coalition that would take on... Read more »

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