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G-40 has taken over MDC-Alliance, says Obert Gutu

MOSES MATENGA The late MDC-Alliance leader, Morgan Tsvangirai, died almost a pauper but could have still died a billionaire if he had sold out the...

Mliswa-Nduna fracas has moved to another level

GARIKAI FADZI Independent legislator, Themba Mliswa, has said he would write an official complaint to President Emmerson Mnangagwa after being ejected from the National Assembly...

Currency rift: ED intervenes

BERNARD MPOFU/TAURAI MANGUDHLA President Emmerson Mnangagwa has been forced to intervene in a growing turf war between Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe governor John Mangudya...

CBZ to develop 4 600 Harare, Marondera stands

LIVINGSTONE MARUFU ZIMBABWE’s biggest commercial bank by balance sheet, CBZ, is looking at developing close to 4 000 medium high density stands in Marondera...

Turnall prioritises exports

TINASHE MAKICHI Listed roofing and piping products manufacturer, Turnall Holdings has grown its appetite for exports into the region even at a loss as foreign...

ZESA seeks 52% power tariff increase

CHENGETAI ZVAUYA The country’s integrated power generation and distribution company, ZESA, through its subsidiary, the Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (ZETDC), is seeking a...

Floating of bond notes not a solution

TINASHE MAKICHI/LIVINGSTONE MARUFU Floating of the bond notes is not in itself the solution to the challenges currently bedevilling the Zimbabwean economy, but rather...

Zim economy plunges into VUCA

PHILLIMON MHLANGA IN VICTORIA FALLS Business leaders are frustrated with the inability to anticipate and handle the country’s fragile and toxic economy which continues to...

Zim will stick to reform plan

BERNARD MPOFU Zimbabwe will stick to reforms spelt out in its shortterm economic programme in its quest to re-engage with the international community despite somewhat...

Meikles obtains writ to recover $1,4m from Widefree

TINASHE MAKICHI Meikles Limited has obtained a writ to recover $1,4 million which it paid to Widefree Investments Limited, a company linked to businessman...