Girlfriend Killer Gets Life in Prison

[Namibian] The man who stabbed a theology student to death in a vicious knife attack in her flat in Windhoek four years ago has been sentenced to life imprisonment.

[Namibian] The man who stabbed a theology student to death in a vicious knife attack in her flat in Windhoek four years ago has been sentenced to life imprisonment.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Public Entities Bill to Become Law

[Financial Gazette] The Public Entities Corporate Governance Bill, which will give legal effect to the national code of corporate governance launched three years ago, is expected to be signed into law this month, The Financial Gazette has learnt.

[Financial Gazette] The Public Entities Corporate Governance Bill, which will give legal effect to the national code of corporate governance launched three years ago, is expected to be signed into law this month, The Financial Gazette has learnt.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Authorities Say No Pollution At Oiltech

[Namibian] The Ministry of Environment and Tourism last Wednesday dispatched an team to Oiltech Namibia at Aris, near Windhoek, to investigate allegations of pollution by members of the public.

[Namibian] The Ministry of Environment and Tourism last Wednesday dispatched an team to Oiltech Namibia at Aris, near Windhoek, to investigate allegations of pollution by members of the public.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Agribank to Maintain Profitability

[Financial Gazette] Agribank chief executive, Sam Malaba, has vowed that the bank, a perennial loss maker until it returned to profitability in 2016, will never again slip back into the swamps.

[Financial Gazette] Agribank chief executive, Sam Malaba, has vowed that the bank, a perennial loss maker until it returned to profitability in 2016, will never again slip back into the swamps.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Hyperinflation Legacy ‘To Stay for Long Time’

[Financial Gazette] Old Mutual Zimbabwe chief executive officer, Jonas Mushosho, says the effects of Zimbabwe’s hyperinflation, which ruined the economy and destroyed the domestic currency, will linger on for a long time.

[Financial Gazette] Old Mutual Zimbabwe chief executive officer, Jonas Mushosho, says the effects of Zimbabwe's hyperinflation, which ruined the economy and destroyed the domestic currency, will linger on for a long time.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Gold Miner Eyes U.S.$5 Million Income Increase

[Financial Gazette] Zimbabwe-focused gold miner, Caledonia, says it anticipates an increase in income during the current financial year, driven by a 7,5 percentage point increase in export incentives paid to gold miners by the central bank.

[Financial Gazette] Zimbabwe-focused gold miner, Caledonia, says it anticipates an increase in income during the current financial year, driven by a 7,5 percentage point increase in export incentives paid to gold miners by the central bank.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Firm Doubles Diamond Production in First Quarter

[Financial Gazette] The Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC) is planning to nearly double diamond production this year, after production reached 751 303 carats in the first quarter.

[Financial Gazette] The Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC) is planning to nearly double diamond production this year, after production reached 751 303 carats in the first quarter.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Potato Virus Outbreak Threatens Tobacco Crop

[Financial Gazette] The Tobacco Research Board (TRB) says tobacco yields could be cut by at least 30 percent this year due to an outbreak of the potato virus Y (PVY) across the country.

[Financial Gazette] The Tobacco Research Board (TRB) says tobacco yields could be cut by at least 30 percent this year due to an outbreak of the potato virus Y (PVY) across the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Old Mutual Listed Equities Value Drops

[Financial Gazette] Financial services behemoth, Old Mutual (OM) says the value of its listed equity investments has so far this year fallen by 11,5 percent due to self-correction on the domestic bourse which experienced a relentless bullrun last year …

[Financial Gazette] Financial services behemoth, Old Mutual (OM) says the value of its listed equity investments has so far this year fallen by 11,5 percent due to self-correction on the domestic bourse which experienced a relentless bullrun last year before the fall of former president Robert Mugabe in November.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe