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SECZ suspends broker Gasura

The Securities Exchange Commission of Zimbabwe (SECZ) has suspended broker Benson Gasura for 6 months to facilitate investigations into unethical conduct.

Standard Chartered goes digital

STANDARD Chartered Bank Zimbabwe has merged some of its branches as the country’s oldest bank migrates from the brick and mortar model...

StanChart goes digital

LIVINGSTONE MARUFU STANDARD Chartered Bank Zimbabwe has merged some of its branches as the country’s oldest bank migrates...

Treasury bills are back

PHILLIMON MHLANGA The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) yesterday returned to the capital market with more Treasury Bills (TBs)...

CABS to plough over ZWL$150m into agric

 LIVINGSTONE MARUFU Old Mutual Zimbabwe’s banking subsidiary, CABS, is planning to in­vest over ZWL$152m in the forth­coming 2019/2020 summer crop­ping season in...

ZAMCO recovers ZWL$103 million

TINASHE MAKICHI The Zimbabwe Asset Manage­ment Corporation (Zamco) collected about ZWL$103 million during the eight months to August of 2019 as...

NMB net profit up 532%

TAURAI MANGUDHLA Listed financial services group NMB Holdings has reported a 532 percent jump in after tax...

What Strategies and for What Times?

BATANAI KAMUNYARU “Strategy” is a term that is highly regarded in the marketplace, sometimes even misplaced. The Collins English Dictionary expresses...

Local banks on 50pc EMV technology adoption

LIVINGSTONE MARUFU More than half of Zimbabwe's banks have adopted chip-based payment cards as a way of protecting card...

Economy faces valuation dilemma

PHILLIMON MHLANGA   Zimbabwe could lose millions of dollars in investment after potential investors called off deals on the...