Archive | June, 2010


How Biti escaped cabinet dismissal

FINANCE minister Tendai Biti survived removal from his post in cabinet in this week’s shock reshuffle by Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai after intense inter-party lobbying and interventions which involved President […]


Mudzuri challenges sacking from govt

FORMER Energy minister Elias Mudzuri yesterday challenged his dismissal from government by Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai, insisting that he had achieved a lot with minimum resources in a short space […]

Outreach meeting abortive as tempers flare

CONSTITUTION outreach meetings in Chinhoyi were disrupted yesterday after tempers flared over the non-deployment of the police and the manner in which the meetings were organised, forcing the outreach teams […]

NewsDay makes its mark

NEWSDAY, the country’s new daily paper, is fast becoming a paper of choice for many readers and advertisers.Trevor Ncube, chairperson of Alpha Media Holdings (AMH), yesterday said the growth of […]

KP deadlocked over sale of Zim diamonds

THE world’s diamond regulatory body has failed to reach consensus on whether to re-authorise Zimbabwe to sell Marange diamonds as Kimberley Process (KP)-certified blood-free stones. (more…)

Consortium seeks 51% stake in Hwange

A CONSORTIUM bidding to takeover Zimbabwe Iron and Steel Company (Zisco) will also seek to take a controlling shareholding in Hwange Colliery Ltd, businessdigest  has established. (more…)

Trust Bank to repossess assets held by RBZ

Trust Banking Corporation will soon repossess its assets from Zimbabwe Allied Banking Group (ZABG), the Zimbabwe Independent has established.A market source says former Trust Holdings Ltd CEO William Nyemba met […]

Econet scoops Zimind/ BancABC award

ECONET Wireless is this year’s winner of the prestigious Zimbabwe Independent and BancABC’s Quoted Companies Survey.Econet was announced the winner at a function held in the capital yesterday. (more…)

Diamonds: Zim accused of child labour

THE United States has accused Zimbabwe’s security forces of coercing youths into forced labour at the controversial Marange alluvial diamond fields, a charge Zimbabwe denies.A human trafficking report released last […]

Concern over early exit of Bafana

FORMER South Africa coach Ted Dumitru is concerned that the hosts’ first-round exit from the World Cup could have a negative impact on football in the country. (more…)

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