U.S.$80 Million Released for Diamond Company’s Capitalisation

[The Herald] Treasury has released $80 million to capitalise the Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company as Government moves to ensure that the company plays its role in the diamond sector.

[The Herald] Treasury has released $80 million to capitalise the Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company as Government moves to ensure that the company plays its role in the diamond sector.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Iranian Investors Explore Country’s Investment Potential

[New Era] Windhoek -State House last week hosted a delegation of investors from Iran to explore existing investment opportunities with hopes of the visitors setting up businesses that could include a tractor assembly plant and natural gas storage facil…

[New Era] Windhoek -State House last week hosted a delegation of investors from Iran to explore existing investment opportunities with hopes of the visitors setting up businesses that could include a tractor assembly plant and natural gas storage facility.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Harness Pension Funds for Economic Growth

[The Herald] THE Insurance and Pension Commission has revealed that Zimbabwe is sitting on pension fund assets worth close to $10 billion, which can be unlocked to revive the economy.

[The Herald] THE Insurance and Pension Commission has revealed that Zimbabwe is sitting on pension fund assets worth close to $10 billion, which can be unlocked to revive the economy.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Northern Activists Insist On Removal of Gold Cyanidation Site

[Radio Dabanga] Sawarda -On Friday, anti-cyanide activists in Sawarda in Sudan’s Northern State announced their refusal to resume negotiations with the authorities after their three-week deadline for the dismantling of the gold cyanidation site expired.

[Radio Dabanga] Sawarda -On Friday, anti-cyanide activists in Sawarda in Sudan's Northern State announced their refusal to resume negotiations with the authorities after their three-week deadline for the dismantling of the gold cyanidation site expired.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Afrasia Depositors, Creditors Receive U.S.$4,8 Million Pay-Out

[The Herald] Former depositors and creditors of AfrAsia Bank, formerly Kingdom Bank, have to date received $4,84 million in compensation over two years after the bank was closed and put under liquidation.

[The Herald] Former depositors and creditors of AfrAsia Bank, formerly Kingdom Bank, have to date received $4,84 million in compensation over two years after the bank was closed and put under liquidation.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Tribunal to Table Suspended Prosecutor-General Tomana’s Report Before President

[The Herald] A three-member tribunal set to probe Mr Johannes Tomana’s suitability to continue as Prosecutor-General is set to present its findings to President Mugabe soon after completing its investigations recently.

[The Herald] A three-member tribunal set to probe Mr Johannes Tomana's suitability to continue as Prosecutor-General is set to present its findings to President Mugabe soon after completing its investigations recently.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Witvlei Stalls Morph Into White Elephant

[New Era] Windhoek -The government-owned Joel Kaapanda stalls, constructed 10 years ago at Witvlei at a cost of about N$200,000 remain vacant as the community feels they are bad for business.

[New Era] Windhoek -The government-owned Joel Kaapanda stalls, constructed 10 years ago at Witvlei at a cost of about N$200,000 remain vacant as the community feels they are bad for business.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

‘Tilda Show’ Airs in Court

[The Herald] Star FM radio presenter Tilda Moyo, who tricked a self-proclaimed Harare prophet, Onbert Mapfumo, into appearing on her show before he met his alleged rape victims, has told the court that the complainants were not raped since they consent…

[The Herald] Star FM radio presenter Tilda Moyo, who tricked a self-proclaimed Harare prophet, Onbert Mapfumo, into appearing on her show before he met his alleged rape victims, has told the court that the complainants were not raped since they consented to having sexual intercourse with their pastor.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Dynamos Falter Again, Fans Boo Coach Mutasa

[The Herald] Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa knows he could be skating on thin ice but will not press the panic button after the Harare giants faltered at home once again against Shabanie Mine at the National Sports Stadium yesterday.

[The Herald] Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa knows he could be skating on thin ice but will not press the panic button after the Harare giants faltered at home once again against Shabanie Mine at the National Sports Stadium yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe