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Harare business persons found not guilty

The State withdraw the allegations against Sivan and Myburg, resulting in the complete dismissal of the case.
By Newsday May. 21, 2023

Entrepreneurial business re-engineering

That is when the business later on experiences diseconomies of scale.
By Farai Chigora May. 7, 2023

Jailed Buyanga fights South African police

He was, however, immediately re-arrested on charges of breaching South African immigration laws.
By Sydney Kawadza May. 7, 2023

Chivayo’s US$5,6m fraud case collapses

Ncube said there was unreasonable delay in prosecuting Chivayo and his company.
By Desmond Chingarande Mar. 14, 2023

Chapman: Why I’m running for president

He chronicled his journey from being a businessman based abroad to leader of DUZ, which is seeking to challenge dominant political parties such as Zanu PF and the Citizens Coalition for Change.
By The Standard Mar. 5, 2023

Media tycoon arrested over Cameroon journalist's death

The businessman Jean-Pierre Amougou Belinga, the owner of L'Anecdote media group, was arrested just before dawn.
By Bbc News Feb. 6, 2023

Business exec, prosecutor clash over US$2,3m laundering case

The ex-wife is currently facing 632 counts of theft of trust property and another US$2,3 million charge for money laundering.
By Tapfumanei Muchabaiwa Jan. 6, 2023

Frank Buyanga denied bail

Last week after his arrest, his lawyers controversially secured cancellation of a warrant of arrest issued against him in 2021.
By Staff Reporter Nov. 17, 2022

Nigerian hires cops to assault ‘thieving’ workers

The employees, Nomazulu Matebeke and Chipo Mangachena said they were employed by Chamberlain Okonkwo who was running Turntop Investment.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Oct. 12, 2022