Delta – No Cheer for the Brewer

[Financial Gazette] Delta Corporation, the country’s biggest brewer, is feeling the pinch of an unrelenting economic crisis in the country, with customers continuing to cut back spending on beer.

[Financial Gazette] Delta Corporation, the country's biggest brewer, is feeling the pinch of an unrelenting economic crisis in the country, with customers continuing to cut back spending on beer.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Weak Economy Undermining Debt Market

[Financial Gazette] THE recently re-activated debt market is expected to provide investors with an alternative investment platform, analysts said this week, warning, however, that the environment may limit its success.

[Financial Gazette] THE recently re-activated debt market is expected to provide investors with an alternative investment platform, analysts said this week, warning, however, that the environment may limit its success.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Maimane Came to Undermine Judiciary – High Commissioner

[News24Wire] Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maine was deported from Zambia because he intended pressurising the courts to release Hakainde Hichilema, the country’s High Commissioner Emmanuel Mwamba said on Friday.

[News24Wire] Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maine was deported from Zambia because he intended pressurising the courts to release Hakainde Hichilema, the country's High Commissioner Emmanuel Mwamba said on Friday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Sex Workers Hail Formation of Association

[Malawi News Agency] Sex workers in Ntchisi on Thursday said the formation of their association has helped them to have a voice and to be recognized by the relevant authorities.

[Malawi News Agency] Sex workers in Ntchisi on Thursday said the formation of their association has helped them to have a voice and to be recognized by the relevant authorities.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Rundu CEO, Council Under Investigation

[New Era] Rundu -Rundu Mayor Verna Sinimbo has enlisted the services of a private investigator to probe suspected corruption involving Chief Executive Officer, Romanus Haironga.

[New Era] Rundu -Rundu Mayor Verna Sinimbo has enlisted the services of a private investigator to probe suspected corruption involving Chief Executive Officer, Romanus Haironga.

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Local Products Have Quality – Trade Minister

[ANGOP] Saurimo -The Trade Minister, Fiel Constantino, said on Wednesday in Saurimo in the eastern Lunda Sul province that national products have qualities to be sold inside and outside the country.

[ANGOP] Saurimo -The Trade Minister, Fiel Constantino, said on Wednesday in Saurimo in the eastern Lunda Sul province that national products have qualities to be sold inside and outside the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Bullets to Beef Up Squad – Lipipa

[Nyasa Times] Nyasa Bullets executive committee chairman Noel Lipipa has backed players despite uncharacteristic start to the season having lost to Moyale Barracks and drawn to rookies Chitipa United.

[Nyasa Times] Nyasa Bullets executive committee chairman Noel Lipipa has backed players despite uncharacteristic start to the season having lost to Moyale Barracks and drawn to rookies Chitipa United.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Good Times Roll for OK

[Zimbabwe Independent] OK Zimbabwe Ltd’s attributable earnings increased by a whopping 800% in the full year to March 31 (FY17), helped by improved margins and aggressive cost cutting measures, CE Alex Siyavora says.

[Zimbabwe Independent] OK Zimbabwe Ltd's attributable earnings increased by a whopping 800% in the full year to March 31 (FY17), helped by improved margins and aggressive cost cutting measures, CE Alex Siyavora says.

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ZB Saga – I Will Keep Engaging – Vingirai

[Zimbabwe Independent] ONE of Zimbabwe’s iconic financial institutions, ZB Financial Holdings (ZBFH), has over the last few months been engulfed in boardroom fights which the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has warned could threaten the stability of the group…

[Zimbabwe Independent] ONE of Zimbabwe's iconic financial institutions, ZB Financial Holdings (ZBFH), has over the last few months been engulfed in boardroom fights which the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has warned could threaten the stability of the group if left unresolved. On May 12, the National Social Security Authority (Nssa), together with other shareholders, voted against the payment of the ZBFH dividend to an investment vehicle run by veteran banker Nicholas Vingirai. Transnational Holdings Limited (THL)'s Vingirai had argu

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