Former Finance Minister Ignatius Chombo was today granted $5 000 bail while former Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front youth leader Kudzanai Chipanga got $500 bail.
Zimbabwe’s economy will grow by 3.7 percent this year, rising to 4.5 next year, Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa said today as he presented the 2018 national budget with a $5.8 billion envelope.
Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa today announced that the government is firing 3 739 youth officers and ward development coordinators and will save $1.6 million in wages per month, or $19.3 million a year.
Bindura Nickel Corporation’s net income grew 88 percent to $2.2 million from $1.2 million in the six months to September, driven by higher mineral prices and cost management initiatives.
Musikavanhu Member of Parliament Prosper Mutseyami has warned President Emmerson Mnangagwa to be careful about his advisors after the boob in which he named more cabinet ministers without constituencies than he is legally allowed to.
First Mutual Holdings (FML) is set to acquire Zimbabwe’s largest short term insurer, NicozDiamond, after getting regulatory approval, the company said yesterday.
All eyes will be on Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa today as his 2018 budget statement will give a clear indication of how serious President Emmerson Mnangagwa is about turning around Zimbabwe’s economy and opening up the country for business.
This will be the question that will be decided when the dispute over ownership of the $5million villa at JC Castle estate in Hong Kong goes to court on 6 March next year.