Saviour Kasukuwere

 
Zim govt fights over Baba Jukwa
Zim govt fights over Baba Jukwa
The battle lines have been drawn between Zimbabwe's security service chiefs – the power behind President Robert Mugabe's throne – as the army,...
Zimbabwe's changing spaces
Zimbabwe's changing spaces
At Joina City, central Harare's prime mall, its four floors full of shops are bustling with shoppers hopping though trendy stores, but only...
Zanu-PF succession battle spills to indigenisation probes
Zanu-PF succession battle spills to indigenisation probes
The escalating political strife raging within the government over the indigenisation programme reflects renewed clashes over who will succeed...
Commission probes dodgy Zim deals
Commission probes dodgy Zim deals
The Anti-Corruption Commission and the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority have stepped in to pore over several contentious empowerment transactions...
Row over Zim indigenisation deals
Row over Zim indigenisation deals
Minutes of meetings seen by the Mail & Guardian suggest that Kasukuwere and Gono are failing to find common ground though they have met on...
Zim: Chinese 'not exempt from indigenisation'
Zim: Chinese 'not exempt from indigenisation'
Zimbabwe's indigenisation policy requires that all foreign-owned companies cede 51% of their shareholding to local Zimbabweans.
Zim: Banks face ownership showdown
Zim: Banks face ownership showdown
Now that Zimbabwe's largest foreign investors have fallen into line, the question banks face is how, and no longer whether, Empowerment Minister...
Zim targets Tongaat Hulett in indigenisation scheme
Zim targets Tongaat Hulett in indigenisation scheme
The latest ultimatum issued by the National Indigenisation Economic and Empowerment Board comes a week after Indigenisation Minister Saviour...
Indigenisation could win votes for Mugabe
Indigenisation could win votes for Mugabe
A notice in bold type stuck to the door of the Mukwati building in Harare, which houses the youth development, indigenisation and empowerment...
Struggle for Zimplats not over yet
Struggle for Zimplats not over yet
A fresh impasse is looming between the Zimbabwean government and Impala Platinum over payment for a 31% stake in the powerhouse platinum producer's...
Zim's Kasukuwere threatens Implats with takeover
Zim's Kasukuwere threatens Implats with takeover
Zimbabwe's black empowerment minister said he will proceed with a takeover of the country's biggest platinum mine if the South African owners don't...
Zim's indigenisation minister blasts Implats CEO
Zim's indigenisation minister blasts Implats CEO
A Zimbabwean minister launched a verbal attack on Impala Platinum CEO David Brown, saying on Wednesday he was "sick and tired" of the mining...

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