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Kennedy Maposa

Kennedy Maposa

    Zim: Moves to calm jittery banks
    Zim: Moves to calm jittery banks
    Reserve Bank governor John Mangudya is moving to allay fears of a mass exit by foreign-owned banks in protest against the indigenisation law that...
    Mugabe seeks SADC redemption
    Mugabe seeks SADC redemption
    President Robert Mugabe's government has begun preparations for an August Southern African Development Community summit at which he is expected to...
    Zim: Hwange board faces axe
    Zim: Hwange board faces axe
    The government and the British mogul Nicholas van Hoogstraten are allegedly planning to forge an alliance to make changes to the board of the...
    Mugabe at odds with new Libya
    Mugabe at odds with new Libya
    A Libyan national has relinquished his board position at banking group CBZ Holdings, triggering speculation that this is a culmination of souring...
    Zim: Rescue plan falls through
    Zim: Rescue plan falls through
    The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has failed to roll out a $100-million facility made available by ­Afreximbank more than a month ago to restore...
    Mugabe's home to be the new capital?
    Mugabe's home to be the new capital?
    Local Government Minister Ignatius Chombo is proceeding with plans for the creation of Zimbabwe’s new capital city in President Robert Mugabe’s...
    Return of the Zim dollar?
    Return of the Zim dollar?
    'Gono is set to replace Chinamasa'
    'Gono is set to replace Chinamasa'
    President Robert Mugabe is contemplating a Cabinet reshuffle that could see Patrick Chinamasa axed as finance minister and replaced by former...
    Mutasa's illness deals blow to Mujuru's succession plans
    Mutasa's illness deals blow to Mujuru's succession plans
    Zanu-PF's succession battle has taken a new twist after the party's secretary for administration, Didymus Mutasa, fell seriously ill two...
    Zim: EU funds may pave way for compensation
    Zim: EU funds may pave way for compensation
    The European Union (EU) has extended funding to Zimbabwe's ministry of lands for a land audit that could pave the way for compensation to...
    AirZim's plan fails to take off
    AirZim's plan fails to take off
    The national airline, Air Zimbabwe (AirZim), is insolvent. It has failed to attract investors, despite courting several suitors to rescue the...
    Zim: Govt favouritism irks mines
    Zim: Govt favouritism irks mines
    President Robert Mugabe's government is shielding platinum mining companies owned by perceived allies, mainly the Chinese, from funding the...