Financial Gazette (Harare)

Weekly business coverage of Zimbabwe and southern African


January 30

  • Zimbabwe: ICC Demands ZC Audited Financial Report

    Cricket's world governing body, the International Cricket Council (ICC), is understood to have asked Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) to provide an audited financial report for funds they... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Try Wellness Coaching [column]

    At the beginning of each year we all have goals, objectives and different resolutions which we want to meet before the end of the year. Some of the goals are personal, some... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Motswana Jazz Sensation for Zim Cultural Fiesta

    Motswana Afro Jazz sensation Thabang Garogwe of Ke a Gana fame is expected to perform in the country on Valentine's Day (February 14) at the Green Ambassador's Cultural Fiesta... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Of Water Spirits and Their Hosts [column]

    Let me begin by explaining that shavi/shave means a spirit of a non-ancestor who is invited by the spirit of an ancestor (mudzimu) to assist in his/her work in the family. One such... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai Must Own Up [column]

    Last week, former Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai suggested that he would request talks with President Robert Mugabe, probably for a possible coalition government to save the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Are You Being Taken Seriously? [column]

    What is "serious" in a twosome be it in a marriage, friendship, work, church and extended family? The word "serious" means different things to different people in different... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Hang Out in Style [column]

    Some restaurants are fast and practical where you expect to be in and out within an hour. Others are made for lingering and Antique Rose is one that encourages hanging out for a... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: U.S $400 Million Solar Project On Cards

    Defemme Afrique Holdings is finalising legal documentation for the construction of a US$400 million solar energy plant with a capacity to generate 2 500 megawatts, the Financial... Read more »

January 23

  • Zimbabwe: Top Ten Women Who Made News Last Year [opinion]

    WHEN Eminem and Rihanna sang the song Monsters'last year, it appears they must have followed Elizabeth's journey last year. Since she 'stole' former Prime Minister Morgan... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: All Set for Bryan Adams Show

    Local fans are in for a treat tomorrow when Canadian pop star Bryan Adams performs at the Harare International Conference (HICC) as part of his Bare Bones World Tour... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Insights Into the Spirit Medium [opinion]

    This week, we are going to clear up some misconceptions people have about spirit mediums. Most of us have met someone who is said to be a spirit medium or a n'anga or have heard... Read more »

January 16

  • Zimbabwe: Shona Traditional Religion Explored [opinion]

    Shona Traditional Religion or Chivanhu is part of what is understood as African Traditional Religion (ATR) that is practiced all over Africa. It is a belief in God or Mwari or... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Tuku - the Best of Both Worlds

    He is highly regarded as the granddad and ambassador of Zimbabwean music, among many of his appellations.At a time when many musicians from his generation are either deceased or... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Spiritual Abuse Rife in Some Churches [opinion]

    Cases of congregants being sexually abused in the name of religion; or people being made to eat grass by the pastors; and even others being burned inside a church or coaxed into... Read more »

January 09

  • Zimbabwe: No Carte Blanche to NIEEB

    A report last week suggested that the National Indigenisation and Economic Empowerment Fund (NIEEF), which is managed by the National Indigenisation and Economic Empowerment Board... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Do We Have a Shared Vision for Zim? [opinion]

    IN my interactions, I usually pose the question; how does your personal or corporate vision align with our national vision? I do ask because my experience has shown that unless... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: EU Engagement Welcome [opinion]

    THE engagement of the European Union (EU) by captains of industry who are set to travel to the union's capital of Brussels in Belgium end of this month is most welcome. It marks a... Read more »

December 19, 2013

  • Zimbabwe: Chefs Make a Killing

    ZANU-PF chefs are making a killing from attending the party's meetings with a report tabled at the just-ended conference in Chinhoyi showing that about US$700 000 was spent on... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Chombo Calls Off UCAZ Meeting

    LOCAL Government Minister Ignatius Chombo is understood to have blocked a planned meeting of the graft-plagued Urban Councils Association of Zimbabwe (UCAZ) which had been... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Little England Farm Decimated

    LITTLE England Farm, once a thriving agricultural enterprise in Mashonaland West has been decimated following its acquisition during the land reform programme. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Budget Nightmare for Chinamasa

    FINANCE Minister Patrick Chinamasa will today present the much-awaited 2014 National Budget, expected to determine the course of Zimbabwe's feeble economy currently beleaguered by... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF in Rebirth

    THE just-ended ZANU-PF conference in Chinhoyi had a large showing of young people, signifying the gradual renewal of the party. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 2013 - MDC-T's Waterloo

    THE year 2013 has proved to be the most disastrous year for the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-T) since it was formed in 1999. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zim Ranked Africa's Third Most Corrupt Country

    ZIMBABWE is ranked the third most corrupt country in Africa, according to a report released by the Afrobarometer last month. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Govt Media Puts Gono On Trial

    FORMER Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor Gideon Gono has refused to be drawn into the hullabaloo being stirred in the public media by faceless characters over his decision to... Read more »

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