Zimbabwe Govt Splits Over Seizing Banks
Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai has repudiated a bid by President Robert Mugabe's wing of the unity government to force banks, schools and other institutions to hand over control of their operations to locals.
Hope in Harare.
Rwanda Focus, 9 July 2012
In Zimbabwe, there is a minister for Empowerment. His name is Saviour Kasukuwere--a man often described as a rising star in President Robert Mugabe's ruling ZANU-PF party by ... read more »
Office of the Prime Minister of Zimbabwe, 3 July 2012
The Ministry of Youth Development, Indigenization and Economic Empowerment last Friday gazetted a notice announcing that all foreign-owned banks and other sectors including ... read more »
SW Radio Africa, 2 July 2012
Zimbabwe's banking sector is said to be in a state of serious confusion, because of the mixed messages emanating from key figures in the industry about indigenisation. read more »
Zimbabwe: Gono Calms Banking Sector
Zimbabwe Standard, 1 July 2012
RESERVE Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor Gideon Gono said yesterday there won't be any changes to the bank's stance on empowerment unless the laws governing the banking sector were ... read more »
Zimbabwe: Banks - What's There to Indigenise?
Zimbabwe Independent, 28 June 2012
THE indigenisation requirements gazetted by the government last year have been received with mixed feelings within various sectors of the economy. Debate has been mainly on how the ... read more »
Zimbabwe: 'No Going Back On Banks'
Zimbabwe Independent, 29 June 2012
ZANU PF secretary for indigenisation and economic empowerment Saviour Kasukuwere has declared there will be no going back on indigenisation of the banking sector saying financial ... read more »
Zimbabwe: Battle Over Banks Intensifies
Zimbabwe Independent, 14 June 2012
A SERIES of private meetings between Indigenisation minister Saviour Kasukuwere and Barclays Bank managing director George Guvamatanga, as well as other foreign-owned banks, in the ... read more »
Zimbabwe Independent, 1 June 2012
HEATED debate is expected at an Affirmative Action Group (AAG) symposium at a hotel in Harare today, where the Reserve Bank and foreign-owned banks are expected to be grilled over ... read more »
Zimbabwe Standard, 11 June 2012
RESERVE Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor, Gideon Gono, has proposed an empowerment model for the banking sector based on a supply-chain approach, in a bid to protect the fragile ... read more »