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May 11, 2018 7:16 AM Fidelity earns $23,4m from stand sales

Diversified insurance group, Fidelity Life Assurance of Zimbabwe realised $23,4 million from sale of stands at its Southview Park project in the financial year 2017. According to the group’s financial results for the year to December 31, 2017, this was a 4 percent decline from prior year’s $24,2 million. “Sales of stands for the Southview Park project 39

February 18, 2018 2:50 AM ZSE extends seven-week losing streak

HARARE — The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange All Shares index extended the seven-week losing streak after dropping a further 1,32% in the week to close at 88,86 points. The top 10 indexes also lost 1,61% to settle at 88,86 points on losses recorded by several heavyweight counters. Market capitalisation fell 1,33% in the week to close at $8,46 billion from $8,58 billion 23

January 14, 2018 5:00 AM Profit taking big counters dampen ZSE

HARARE — The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) All Share Index widened its losses in the second week, dropping 2,97% to close at 94,69 points as profit taking continues to dampen the local bourse. The top 10 index lost 3,34% to settle at 94,4 points, mirroring the profit taking in heavyweight counters. Market capitalisation fell 2,97% in the week to close 91

October 29, 2017 2:30 AM ZSE bull run cools down in the week

HARARE — Profit-taking in selected counters saw the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange’s main industrial index losing 0,66%to close the week on 514,3 points, on losses in selected heavyweight counters. The mining index, however, gained 6,5% to close at 137,25 points, on gains recorded by Bindura in the week. Market capitalisation declined by 0,56% in the week to close 18

September 3, 2017 3:24 AM ZSE hits record highs

HARARE — The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange industrial index advanced 15,64% in August to 235,03 points, the highest since dollarisation, driven by the gains in all heavyweights. In the year to date, both the mainstream and resource indices increased by 62,62% and 25,57% respectively. The market capitalisation also reached a new high since dollarisation after 24

August 8, 2017 4:16 PM The real-time motion capture behind ‘Hellblade’

How a tiny team in Cambridge, England, brought Senua to life. Hellblade is built on Epic Games' Unreal Engine. In early 2016, Kim Libreri, the company's CTO, visited Ninja Theory's offices to see how its latest project was progressing. Before joining Epic, Libreri was Chief Strategy Officer at Lucasfilm and worked on visual effects for more than 25 films 68

August 3, 2017 12:25 AM $300 million bond notes! Reserve Bank extends export incentive scheme

RBZ Governor Dr John Mangudya announced the new package yesterday in his 2017 mid-term monetary policy statement which also contains a cocktail of measures meant to bolster export-oriented production and overall economic growth. He said Zimbabwe must produce and create exports, adding that foreign exchange must be earned and spent wisely. “There is no substitute 57

July 18, 2017 3:01 AM Convicted armed robber has 15 previous convictions dating back to 1979

HARARE regional magistrate Hosea Mujaya yesterday heard that Charles Nyandoro, one of the 12 convicted armed robbers, who attempted to rob gold-carrying vehicles from Ayrshire Mine in Banket in August 2015, is a notorious robber with 15 previous convictions dating back to 1979. Nyandoro and his accomplices were nabbed after they waylaid security vehicles 12

June 12, 2017 11:57 AM Would you pay £449 for an Xbox One X? Four gaming experts give us their views

It will be the world's most powerful console when it comes out in November and will cost £449. That's £100 more than Sony's PlayStation 4 Pro which was released last year. Microsoft has announced 22 titles which will be playable on the Xbox One X. Some experts say £449 is too much for what is basically a more powerful version of the existing Xbox One S. Newsbeat 71

March 30, 2017 3:01 AM NSSA cobbles plan for investee banks

The National Social Security Authority (NSSA) is working on a strategy for its investments in the banking sector which might see it divesting from some entities or consolidations. NSSA board chairperson, Robin Vela told NewsDay yesterday the strategy was still work in progress, but “all I can say to you is certainly we do not believe that our holding 38