State-owned mobile operator, Netone, in collaboration with First Mutual Life (FML), yesterday launched a low cost funeral policy supported by a $10 million BancABC facility.
Zimbabwe First Lady Grace Mugabe did not attend court on Tuesday over allegations of assaulting a 20-year-old South African woman whom she allegedly found with her two sons at a Sandton Hotel because police feared that she might be attacked by exiled Zimbabweans living in South Africa.
The Movement for Democratic Change, just like its main rival the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front, does not have any clear succession plan.
Major shareholders of CFI Holdings have been fighting over control of the agro-industrial group because of its potential to become one of the blue chip stocks on the local bourse, analysts have said.
Almost half of adult Zimbabweans have considered leaving the country mostly to look for jobs, a survey by African think tank, Afrobarometer says.
An unnamed South African government source is reported to have told international news agency Reuters today that there is “no way” Zimbabwe’s First Lady Grace Mugabe can be arrested for the alleged assault of a 20-year-old woman she found at a Sandton hotel with her two sons.