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Only the truth shall set Zim free

Jun 30 2015 07:47

If Zimbabweans don't highlight the country's flaws and blemishes they will never be corrected, says Malcom Sharara.


Zim job losses mount as economy falters

Jun 26 2015 18:04

A total of 7 000 employees in Zimbabwe lost their jobs through job cuts in 2014 as the country’s economy continues to weaken, placing penions at risk.


Zim bourse drops to 2012 levels

Jun 26 2015 18:15

The Zimbabwean stock market has dropped to levels last seen in 2012 as the country’s economic situation continues to worsen.


Rio exits Zim as plans to merge gem firms take shape

Jun 26 2015 17:01

Resources firm Rio Tinto has exited Zimbabwe following controversial government plans to merge all diamond mining companies into a state-owned corporation.


Zimbabweans in SA keep their country ticking over

Jun 26 2015 12:35

Zimbabweans in SA have contributed the bulk of the $3.5bn the country has received from its nationals in the diaspora, says the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe.

Travel & Leisure

Hotel development boom in Africa

Jun 25 2015 19:07

The findings of the latest Hotel Chain Development Pipeline Survey show that Hilton is leading the race to develop new hotels in Africa.


World Bank clears $100m for Africa trade corridor

Jun 25 2015 19:00

The World Bank in a first-time move is clearing $100m to help Burkina Faso and Ivory Coast reduce mutual trade and transport costs on a key corridor.


Stop Africa's illicit outflow, campaigners say

Jun 25 2015 18:00

Africa can create jobs, improve social services and cut poverty if its governments can stem the $50bn a year lost in illicit outflows.

Visa Info

SA's strict new visa rules for Kenyans seen as a trade violation

Jun 25 2015 12:50

Kenya has hit out at South Africa for its strict visa regulations imposed for citizens of the East African country, saying the new regulations may affect trade between the two countries.


Zim fades as Mugabe is caught napping - again

Jun 23 2015 07:11

Zimbabwe must stay awake to issues which destroy investor confidence, says Malcom Sharara.

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Nigeria's Buhari advised to end fuel subsidy

Jun 22 2015 15:00

Nigeria's new president, Muhammadu Buhari, has been advised by his transition committee to end a fuel subsidy programme and privatise Nigeria's four refineries.


Mozambique renegotiating $850m tuna bond

Jun 22 2015 14:30

Mozambique is renegotiating the terms of a controversial $850m bond issued in 2013 to build a state tuna-fishing fleet and bolster maritime security.

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