Telecoms Tycoon Worth Nearly $1.7 Billion

[Financial Gazette] ZIMBABWEAN telecoms, media and financial services tycoon, Strive Masiyiwa, is now worth US$1.7 billion and ranked 14th on Forbes’ list of African billionaires.

[Financial Gazette] ZIMBABWEAN telecoms, media and financial services tycoon, Strive Masiyiwa, is now worth US$1.7 billion and ranked 14th on Forbes' list of African billionaires.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Zimalloys Ramps Up Production

[Financial Gazette] GWERU based ferrochrome processor Zimbabwe Alloys (ZimAlloys) is set to ramp up production on its metal recovery plant following the commissioning of a new jig at the company’s dumpsite.

[Financial Gazette] GWERU based ferrochrome processor Zimbabwe Alloys (ZimAlloys) is set to ramp up production on its metal recovery plant following the commissioning of a new jig at the company's dumpsite.

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Small-Scale Gold Miners Upstage Big Mines

[Financial Gazette] ZIMBABWE’S small-scale and artisanal gold miners have for the first time in more than 10 years, emerged as the cornerstone of the sector after smashing production records, producing and delivering more gold than large-scale mining h…

[Financial Gazette] ZIMBABWE'S small-scale and artisanal gold miners have for the first time in more than 10 years, emerged as the cornerstone of the sector after smashing production records, producing and delivering more gold than large-scale mining houses, statistics have showed.

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Interior Minister Clarifies Administration of EU Funded Project

[Foroyaa] The New Minister of the Interior, Mr. Habib Saihou Drammeh, has clarified that the EU Funded project worth D200,000,000.00, is not administered by his Ministry and does not have a say in its arrangement.

[Foroyaa] The New Minister of the Interior, Mr. Habib Saihou Drammeh, has clarified that the EU Funded project worth D200,000,000.00, is not administered by his Ministry and does not have a say in its arrangement.

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WB Forecasts 0,9 Percent GDP Growth

[Financial Gazette] THE World Bank (WB) has forecast Zimbabwe’s economy to grow by 0,9 percent this year, significantly lower than the 4,5 percent projected by Finance and Economic Planning Minister Patrick Chinamasa.

[Financial Gazette] THE World Bank (WB) has forecast Zimbabwe's economy to grow by 0,9 percent this year, significantly lower than the 4,5 percent projected by Finance and Economic Planning Minister Patrick Chinamasa.

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‘Gambia Could Be Like China’-President Barrow

[Foroyaa] Gambian President Adama Barrow, has expressed optimism that The Gambia could learn from China by opening up to investment, create jobs for rapid economic and infrastructural development and for rapid growth. President Barrow was quoted in a S…

[Foroyaa] Gambian President Adama Barrow, has expressed optimism that The Gambia could learn from China by opening up to investment, create jobs for rapid economic and infrastructural development and for rapid growth. President Barrow was quoted in a State House statement on Wednesday saying the country's land, river and youthful population has given it an advantage for rapid development; that with the right investment, knowledgeable and skilled people, the Gambia could be transformed at a rapid pace. "China was abl

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Provincial Civil Servants Take Exception to the Transport Allowance Increase

[Foroyaa] In a bid to augment the poor salaries of low income earners, the Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs told the National Assembly that transport allowance will increase from D1,000 to D1,500 a month.

[Foroyaa] In a bid to augment the poor salaries of low income earners, the Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs told the National Assembly that transport allowance will increase from D1,000 to D1,500 a month.

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Miners Grapple Falling Ore Grades

[Financial Gazette] ZIMBABWE’S mining industry, which government has identified as one of the cornerstones of economic growth and development, is facing an uncertain future as the average grade of mineral ore is deteriorating.

[Financial Gazette] ZIMBABWE'S mining industry, which government has identified as one of the cornerstones of economic growth and development, is facing an uncertain future as the average grade of mineral ore is deteriorating.

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