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Nigel Chanakira, AfrAsia feud drags on

FRASIA Bank has failed to beat the deadline to settle the $12,5 million for shares held through banker Mr Nigel Chanakira’s Crustmoon which would have concluded the long running divorce of the two parties. The deadline for the separation of AfrAsia and Mr Chanakira through the repurchasing of 289 133 …

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Nhema told to align indigenisation laws

Zanu-PF’s Politburo has directed Youth Development, Indigenisation and Empowerment Minister Francis Nhema to align the indigenisation laws with the policy and report back to the ruling party with recommendations. Party spokesperson Cde Rugare Gumbo said yesterday Minister Nhema was on Wednesday directed by the Politburo to ensure the law reflects …

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British American Tobacco Faces Fresh Espionage Allegations

Fresh allegations of corporate espionage and possible money-laundering emerged this week against British American Tobacco (Batz) Zimbabwe’s parent company, British American Tobacco PLc (Bat) amid reports the SA Revenue Service (Sars) has unearthed errant and illegal behavior on the part of the company. The allegations lend credence to accusations Batz …

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Zanu-PF Stalwart Nathan Shamuyarira Dies At 85

Former cabinet minister and veteran nationalist Nathan Shamuyarira died in Harare on Wednesday night. The 85-year-old former ZANU PF MP and politburo member had been seriously ill. Health Minister David Parirenyatwa confirmed to the state media that he had been in and out of hospital for some time. Last week …

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Video: Zanu PF youths burn Vapostori shrine

  ‘Church leader claimed to be God’: Residents of Budiriro, Harare, yesterday destroyed a Johanne Masowe eChishanu shrine because the sect leader Madzibaba Ishmael Mufani reportedly incited followers to brutally assault rivals, police officers and journalists last Friday. Not much is known about Madzibaba Ishmael, though neighbours gave intriguing accounts …

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