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Mugabe angry as 32 year old Prophet Magaya buys land earmarked for Zanu youths

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe yesterday savaged Local Government minister Saviour Kasukuwere (pictured) for allegedly parcelling out State land earmarked for youths to individuals such as Prophetic Healing and Deliverance Ministries (PHD) founder, Walter Magaya among others. BY XOLISANI NCUBE Local Government Minister Saviour Kasukuwere Mugabe, while greeting members of the Zanu …

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Dreaming big in Zimbabwe – Meet Tobacco Baron Adam Molai

Dreaming big in Zimbabwe Nicola Mawson, IOL Business Editor Harare – Adam Molai is probably Zimbabwe’s most eccentric entrepreneur; sitting down with him is what I imagine interviewing Richard Branson would be like. When you run his name through Google, you get all sorts of scandals: the fact that his …

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Quantum Global names Zimbabwean Mthuli Ncube as Head of Research

Quantum Global names Mthuli Ncube as Head of Research Summary Quantum Global said Ncube’s appointment is part of its “Africa for Africa” plan to recruit finance experts from across the continent to expand the company’s footprint in African markets. Mthuli Ncube, Head, Quantum Global Research Lab   Quantum Global, an …

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Zimbabwe Central Bank Governor Mangudya: ‘We messed up’

September 2016, 11:15am Nicola Mawson Harare – Zimbabwe’s Reserve Bank Governor John Panonetsa Mangudya openly admits the country messed up in 2008 when it dollarised, which led to hyperinflation. Now, he’s trying to right the economy, by introducing new bond notes – notes that the general public are not too …

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When entrepreneurs-in-the-making hit the pavement looking for cash and a place to hang their shingle, many scope out their local central business district. No-brainer, right? But in the city of Harare, businessman Farai Mutambanengwe is one among many who is thinking of setting up shop in an office park — …

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Africa – Britain’s New Empire

Published in the Huffington Post, 26 July 2016 Companies listed on the London Stock Exchange control over $1trillion worth of Africa’s resources in just five commodities – oil, gold, diamonds, coal and platinum. My research for the NGO, War on Want, which has just been published, reveals that 101 companies, …

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