First Lady Grace Mugabe scored a major victory tonight when her deputy in the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front Eunice Sandi-Moyo and treasurer Sarah Mahoka resigned from their positions and their “resignation” was accepted by the politburo.
Zimbabwe today reversed its decision to tax tobacco famers after they appealed to the government that the decision would cripple the industry.
Zimbabwe’s state infrastructure bank hopes to access foreign funds and increase its capital to $250 million by next year, depending on the success of the Government’s foreign debt repayment and re-engagement programme with international lenders.
You can write or think whatever you like, Dairibord chief executive Anthony Mandiwanza somberly told assembled analysts and the media at the group’s presentation of its financial results for 2016 last Wednesday.
Atlas Mara’s Zimbabwe unit BancABC says its after tax profit fell by a quarter to $1.8 million on the back of declining operating income.
The Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front’s politburo is meeting today when the party is in turmoil following the firing of Eunice Sandi-Moyo Sarah Mahoka from the Women’s League as well as demands from Mashonaland Central to expel the national commissar Saviour Kasukuwere from the party.
When it comes to reporting the number of sex partners or how often they have sexual intercourse, men and women both lie.
Hwange Colliery Company narrowed its net loss by 22 percent to $89.9 million in the full-year to December from $115 million recorded in the previous year but the coal miner’s going concern status remains in question after liabilities outstripped assets by $168 million.