Financial Gazette (Harare)

Weekly business coverage of Zimbabwe and southern African


September 11

  • Zimbabwe: No Attorney General Appointment Yet

    TEN months after it became vacant, government is yet to fill the position of Attorney General (AG) as authorities drag their feet over the appointment. The position was previously... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Cornered CSC Enters Plea to Defend

    CORNERED by 1 300 workers who have approached the High Court to claim millions of dollars in unremitted pension contributions, the State-run Cold Storage Company (CSC) finally... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Sabmiller, Old Mutual, Nampak Takeover Hunyani

    THREE multinational firms have assumed control of the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange-listed packaging giant, Hunyani Holdings Limited, following a landmark transaction three weeks ago... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Chiefs Take Mugabe Head On

    CHIEFS, who had earlier threatened to boycott their annual conference demanding brand new cars, farms and an increase in their allowances, will today take on President Robert... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: ZSE Reflects Slowing Economy

    THE slow pace of economic recovery has resulted in the total value of shares traded on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange declining to US$260 million for the eight months to August, from... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mortgage Lender Grows Loan Book

    ZIMBABWE'S largest mortgage lender, Central African Building Society (CABS), is sitting on an unsecured parallel lending loan book of over US$127 million, while corporate banking... Read more »

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  • Zimbabwe: Former Underdogs Outperform Zim

    THE country's economy has contracted so much over the past few years that it now trails many former underdogs, some of which now boast per capita Gross Domestic Product (GDP)... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF House Burning

    Some of the ZANU PF leaders allegedly involved in fighting to succeed President Robert Mugabe. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Chasi Troubles Mount

    DEPUTY Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs, Fortune Chasi's fortunes are deteriorating further amidst revelations that he could be censured for being absent... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Shock Salary Increase for Chefs

    A STORM is brewing between top government directors and the rest of the civil service after salaries for the former were clandestinely increased by more than double that of their... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Scandal Rocks Cold Storage Company

    CSC lost its market dominance when the European Union banned beef imports from Zimbabwe in 2001. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Employee Stress Levels Too High [column]

    WE recently undertook a survey on prevalence of distress and other mental health problems in Zimbabwe's working population. 707 employees responded to this survey. Mental health is... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: FBC Holdings Crowned Best Listed Firm

    ZIMBABWE Stock Exchange (ZSE)-listed banking group, FBC Holdings Limited, was yesterday crowned the best performing counter on the local bourse in the Financial Gazette's Top... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Gono Set, Legal Hurdle Cleared

    FORMER Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe governor, Gideon Gono looks set to land the Manicaland senatorial seat left vacant following the death of Kumbirai Kangai in August last year after... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: MDC-T Rebuilding in Shambles

    THE Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-T)'s restructuring has gone off the rails amid indications that the party has run out of money to finance the project. The Financial Gazette... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Uncertainty in Zanu-PF

    AS the ruling party gears for its elective congress in December, having put behind it the youths and women's conferences earlier this month, very few things are definite. More... Read more »

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