Associated Newspapers of Zimbabwe today confirmed the appointment of former Financial Gazette chief executive officer Jacob Chisese as the company’s chief operating officer but made no mention at all about the acquisition of the paper or its previous owner Modus Publications.
Deposit taking microﬁnance institution Getbucks has issued a $5.4 million debt security, the first series of its $30 million bond, on the local bourse.
The Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions, the country’s largest labour body which also gave birth to the opposition Movement for Democratic Change, has questioned MDC-T leader why he entered into an alliance with former Vice-President Joice Mujuru.
Britain is playing its part to encourage investment and to identify investment opportunities in Zimbabwe, according to Minister of Minister of State, Department for International Development, Lord Bates.
Jacob Chisese, the former chief executive of the Financial Gazette, has become the first casualty of the paper’s acquisition by Associated Newspapers of Zimbabwe, owners of the Daily News, after being demoted from CEO to chief operating officer of ANZ.
Zimbabwean journalists are busy fighting for and protecting the rights of everyone else except their own.