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July 18, 2018 2:25 PM Aspiring councillor in land scandal

An aspiring MDC Alliance council candidate has been sucked in an alleged illegal sale of repossessed housing stands in Gwanda without council approval, according to a audit report. Ward 3 aspiring candidate Tyson Moyo is already being probed by the Gwanda local authority in connection with illegal sale of three stands in the Hlalani Kuhle area. The audit 25

July 9, 2018 2:04 PM JSC invites auctioneers – Nehanda Radio

The Judicial Service Commission (JSC) is now on the hunt for another auctioneer for the resort town of Victoria Falls and Hwange following the termination of Kudakwashe Chigoma’s services. Sheriff of the High Court, Macduff Madega, announced the removal of Chigoma in a Government Gazette published on Friday last week. The termination was done in terms 42

July 1, 2018 8:54 AM Council sells houses to tenants

HARARE City Council has resolved to sell its houses in high-density suburbs to sitting tenants to empower them as well reduce vandalism of the properties. The minutes of the local authority’s finance committee’s recent meeting approved by the full council early last week showed that council resolved to dispose of some of its houses to sitting tenants 15

June 15, 2018 10:28 AM Prudence Mabhena back with new album

Afro Fusion singer, Prudence Mabhena, who starred in an Oscar award-winning documentary is back and is set to launch a new seven track album Ndinoda Imimi. The album, a fusion of gospel and other genres, will be launched on July 6 at King George VI (KGVI) school hall in Bulawayo with admission being free. On the same day a book titled Feel free, This is Home will be launched 37

June 11, 2018 6:04 AM Ziscosteel sale awaits shareholder approval

Shareholders of the Zimbabwe Iron and Steel Company (Ziscosteel), will hold an extraordinary general meeting on June 28, to approve a transaction that will see the steelmaker’s assets sold to Chinese investor Tian Li (Hong Kong) Limited. Approval of the transaction will bring into effect the revival of the country’s largest steelmaker, which closed shop in 2008 after 39

May 28, 2018 3:03 PM Coca-Cola launches its first alcoholic drink in Japan

Coca-Cola has launched its first alcoholic drink, a lemon flavoured alcopop, in Japan in a bid to tap new markets and consumers. In a global first for the US drinks giant, three fizzy lemon drinks went on sale on Monday. The product aims at a growing market of young drinkers – especially women. Described by Coca-Cola as “unique” in the company’s 125-year 47

May 22, 2018 3:19 AM 65-year-old in court for fraud

A 65 year old Bulawayo man has appeared in court for allegedly duping two home seekers of more than $4 000 after selling them a house that did not belong to him. Thomas Chakurira from Entumbane suburb allegedly defrauded his nephew, Mr Brian Chakabveyo and Mr Fradrick Taurayi of more than $2 000 each, claiming the money was deposit for a house he was selling 55

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

May 9, 2018 9:05 AM Zimswitch introduces new payment system

ZIMSWITCH Technologies, a company that provides interoperability for local financial payment systems, has introduced “Zeepay”, a new electronic payment product that enables users to send money to multiple recipients. Zeepay is short code for Zimswitch Enhanced Electronic Payments. Formed in 1994 as a partnership of five banks, Zimswitch Technologies 28

April 15, 2018 5:04 PM Tobacco farmers’ deal turns sour

Tobacco contracting firm, Agritrade Leaf Tobacco, is in the eye of a storm after it allegedly deducted insurance premiums from farmers without prior contractual agreements. Farmers who spoke to Standardbusiness said they had not entered into any insurance agreement with Agritrade and Champions Insurance and were surprised when deductions were made. One farmer 41