Masawara Plc, an investment holding company focused on acquiring interests in Zimbabwe and the southern African region, overturned an after tax loss of $4.7 million in 2015 to achieve an after tax profit of $58 000 in 2016.
Herald columnist Nathaniel Manheru boasted nearly 14 years ago that President Robert Mugabe was an impossible nut to crack for the United States government.
Zimbabwe presidential aspirant Nkosana Moyo says he did not endorse Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa but simply stated that he would run the country differently than Mugabe.
Anyone who has worked in the tobacco industry will testify that buying and selling the golden leaf is a notoriously painstaking exercise where every bit of leaf that goes through the auction system is checked and re-checked, mostly for inadequate moisture and moulds.
President Robert Mugabe returned from Singapore where he had gone for a “routine” medical check-up this morning but his wife, who accompanied him to Singapore, was involved in a “freak accident” at the airport on their way home.
Zimbabwe might not get assistance from the West if President Robert Mugabe retires and is replaced by a hardliner from his Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front if the United States has not changed its policy.
Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) Governor John Mangudya on Wednesday told a business symposium organized by the University of Zimbabwe that the country had received $2.8 billion in foreign currency receipts between January and June.