Zimbabwe’s largest financial institution, CBZ Holdings’ total income for the three-month period to March 2018 is up 20.1 percent to $45.2 million compared to $37.7 million same period in 2017 largely due to strong income generation supported by investment in new products and digital channels.
Zimbabwe is a great news story at the moment but it is not yet a member of the Commonwealth and has not reapplied yet, British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson said on Tuesday.
South African mining firm Tharisa has bought a 90 percent stake in Salene Chrome Zimbabwe Limited gaining access to rich chrome deposits and growing its presence in Zimbabwe, it said today.
When President Emmerson Mnangagwa came to office last November, he vowed to usher in a fresh new era for Zimbabwe.
Crocodile skin manufacturer Padenga Holdings says it expects to meet its target of 46 000 skins this year after commencing crocodile harvesting in March, with firm demand for the skins driving profitability.
The Nelson Chamisa faction of the Movement for Democratic Change- Tsvangirai has not started holding its primary elections yet, the party’s presidential spokesman Luke Tamborinyoka said yesterday brushing off media reports that there are hiccups and violence in the candidate selection process.
Zimbabwe’s consumer price inflation gained 0.03 percentage points to 2.71 percent on an annualised basis in April, the national statistics agency said today.
The United Kingdom embassy in Harare today said it is not blind to Zimbabwe’s difficult past or to the many governance challenges that the country is currently facing but it does not support any particular faction, party or individual in the forthcoming elections in Zimbabwe.