Monetary Issues Push Up Stock Exchange

[The Herald] Reservations among certain investors on Zimbabwe Stock Exchange over monetary issues have driven bullish sentiment on ZSE stocks including fungible Old Mutual whose stock is trading at a premium to other markets. Zimbabwe’s biggest insuran…

[The Herald] Reservations among certain investors on Zimbabwe Stock Exchange over monetary issues have driven bullish sentiment on ZSE stocks including fungible Old Mutual whose stock is trading at a premium to other markets. Zimbabwe's biggest insurance and property group's stock, at 338 cents, appears to be trading at an average premium of 40 percent to other markets such as the London Stock Exchange and the Johannesburg Stock Exchange.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

‘Bond Notes Temporary’

[The Herald] THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Governor Dr John Mangudya says internal devaluation, a process of cutting wages and other costs, will succeed the bond notes export incentive measure.He said bond notes are a temporary measure and the RBZ will …

[The Herald] THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Governor Dr John Mangudya says internal devaluation, a process of cutting wages and other costs, will succeed the bond notes export incentive measure.He said bond notes are a temporary measure and the RBZ will not go beyond the $200 million Afreximbank facility once it runs out.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Dubai Company to Know Fate of Tender Award for Ballot Papers

[Nation] Dubai-based firm Al Ghurair, which won a Sh2.5 billion tender to supply materials for next year’s General Election, is set to know the fate of the award tomorrow.

[Nation] Dubai-based firm Al Ghurair, which won a Sh2.5 billion tender to supply materials for next year's General Election, is set to know the fate of the award tomorrow.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

MPs Tour Prisons

[The Herald] There is need to review Government policy and allow the State to employ ex-prisoners in its various departments as part of measures to reintegrate them back into society, legislators said on Friday. Deputy Commissioner-General Alford Dube,…

[The Herald] There is need to review Government policy and allow the State to employ ex-prisoners in its various departments as part of measures to reintegrate them back into society, legislators said on Friday. Deputy Commissioner-General Alford Dube, who is responsible for administration in the Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services, said Government should play a leading role in reintegrating ex-prisoners into society by considering them for employment.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Justice Ajumogobia, Ex-EFCC Prosecutor, Obla, for Bribery Trial Today

[Leadership] The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) will today arraign a judge of the Federal High Court, Justice Rita Ofili-Ajumogobia, and a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), Chief Godwin Obla, before a Lagos State High Court in Ikeja, L…

[Leadership] The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) will today arraign a judge of the Federal High Court, Justice Rita Ofili-Ajumogobia, and a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), Chief Godwin Obla, before a Lagos State High Court in Ikeja, Lagos.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Ncube’s Term Extended As Opposition Congress Moved

[New Zimbabwe] FORMER Industry and Commerce Minister, Welshman Ncube has been forced to stretch his term as MDC president to an unconstitutional six years with no signs the party will hold its elective congress any time soon.

[New Zimbabwe] FORMER Industry and Commerce Minister, Welshman Ncube has been forced to stretch his term as MDC president to an unconstitutional six years with no signs the party will hold its elective congress any time soon.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Former Land Owner Confronts Shamuyarira’s Widow Over Seized Farm

[New Zimbabwe] DISPOSSESSED commercial farmer Ben Freeth recently took time to pay a “courtesy” call on former cabinet minister Nathan Shamuyarira’s widow during which he boldly reminded the new land owner how much she had ruined the once productive farm.

[New Zimbabwe] DISPOSSESSED commercial farmer Ben Freeth recently took time to pay a "courtesy" call on former cabinet minister Nathan Shamuyarira's widow during which he boldly reminded the new land owner how much she had ruined the once productive farm.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Businesses Make Progress On Cutting Water Pollution

[The Herald] Polluting Zimbabwean businesses have made some progress in cutting down water pollution since authorities threatened to shut down companies that failed to do so in 2014. This is according to Aaron Chigona, a director with the Environmental…

[The Herald] Polluting Zimbabwean businesses have made some progress in cutting down water pollution since authorities threatened to shut down companies that failed to do so in 2014. This is according to Aaron Chigona, a director with the Environmental Management Agency (EMA). On the whole, the challenge of pollution, in all its major forms --land, water, air and noise -- is far from over, he said. The discharge of harmful waste into water systems by companies in mining, manufacturing, oil and food, including raw sewag

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Ugandans Advised Stop Using Social Media for Gossiping

[Monitor] Ugandans have been advised to stop using social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp for gossiping and unproductive posts but use them for doing business.

[Monitor] Ugandans have been advised to stop using social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp for gossiping and unproductive posts but use them for doing business.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda