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Zimbabwe: Arda Targets 200 000 Tonnes for Winter Wheat

THE Agricultural Rural Development Authority (Arda) has set a target of 200 000 metric tonnes for its winter wheat crop in bid to revive the country’s self-sufficiency and reduce imports. Zimbabwe requires in excess of 400 000 metric tonnes annually, but local farmers have over the years failed to meet …

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Zimbabwe: ZSE Should Foster Confidence

EDITORIAL LAST week, we carried an in-depth report on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) which highlighted the equities market’s sad reaction to complaints from concerned investors. We reported on the lack of action, or slow pace at which the ZSE has investigated a complaint by one investor in CFI Holdings. …

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Zimbabwe: Turning Our Mining Resources Into Blessings

PARADOXICALLY, despite the prospect of wealth that accompany the discovery of natural resources in Africa, such endowments all too often impede than rather than accelerate development. Zimbabwe is no exception. Natural resources have been shown to play a key role in the conflicts that have plagued a number of African …

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Zimbabwe: ZSE Should Put Its House in Order

By Allen Choruma THE Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) should put its house in order to restore public and investor confidence in the integrity of capital markets in Zimbabwe. This call comes in the wake of the recent debacle over the Econet US$130 million rights issue and other issuer debacles that …

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Zimbabwe: Nssa Prepares Offer to Nicozdiamond Minorities

THE National Social Security Authority (NSSA) is proceeding with plans to buy out minorities in Zimbabwe’s largest short term insurer, NicozDiamond, in which it last year increased its shareholding to 44.9 percent, the Financial Gazette’s Companies & Markets (C&M) can report. NSSA raised its shareholding in NicozDiamond in November after …

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