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Kennedy Maposa

Zim: Moves to calm jittery banks

Foreign-owned financial institutions have indicated that they will withdraw if forced to indigenise.

Mugabe seeks SADC redemption

The Zimbabwean president is keen to improve his image as the mooted new chair of the regional body, but critics are worried.

Zim: Hwange board faces axe

British mogul Nicholas van Hoogstraten has teamed up with Zimbabwe's mines minister to change the board of the coal-mining Hwange Colliery Company.

Mugabe at odds with new Libya

With Muammar Gaddafi out of the picture, President Robert Mugabe 
is severing commercial and diplomatic ties with Libya.

Zim: Rescue plan falls through

The Reserve Bank plan to inject liquidity into the economy with a $100m interbank trade facility is dead in the water. So now what?

Mugabe’s home to be the new capital?

Land for 'New Harare' has been carved out at President Robert Mugabe's farm in a process shrouded in secrecy.

Return of the Zim dollar?

Facing serious funding problems, the Zimbabwean government may switch on the money presses again.

‘Gono is set to replace Chinamasa’

High-level sources say the former Reserve Bank governor looks certain to become finance minister.

Mutasa’s illness deals blow to Mujuru’s succession plans

Secretary for administration Didymus Mutasa's failing health would prevent him from actively pursuing promotion at Zanu-PF's elective congress.

Zim: EU funds may pave way for compensation

Compensation remains unresolved as questions about the land watchdog's independence persist.

AirZim’s plan fails to take off

Run down by poor management and government interference, the airline now finds itself insolvent, and failing to attract investment.

Zim: Govt favouritism irks mines

Platinum mines linked to Robert Mugabe's government are being excused from funding a $3-billion refinery plant.

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