Depositors in banks that closed prior to June 1, 2016 are compensated using the old cover limit of $500

Creditors now owed $190m

Business Reporter SIX failed banks that owe creditors have slim chances of recovering depositors’ money as it has emerged the financial institutions have an aggregate net liability of over $190 milli...
President Jacob Zuma meets Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta at the presidential Dr John Dube House in Durban, South Africa, yesterday

Zuma, Kenyatta deepen partnership

South Africa and Kenya are expected to conclude several bilateral agreements that will expand and deepen the partnership between the two countries during the first quarter of this year.
Strive Masiyiwa

Zimbabwe gets its first billionaire

Telecom tycoon Strive Masiyiwa has become Zimbabwe’s first billionaire. According to a report by Forbes, Mr Masiyiwa, 57, is now worth $1,7 billion. Mr Masiyiwa controls Econet Group, a Zimbabwe-list...
Joseph Kabila

UN Chief urges DRC elections to go ahead

Margaret Besheer UNITED NATIONS — The UN secretary-general is urging authorities in the Democratic Republic of Congo not to further delay general elections but to hold them, as promised, at the end o...
Jimmie Maleta

Hip-hop singer Maleta drops new track

Vongai Mbara Arts Reporter Chegutu-born hip hop artiste Jimmie Maleta has released a sizzling single titled “Shona Phansi (Get Down)”. The jam which was released on his birthday last week was produce...
Chinese performances will be part of the festival

Chinese Spring Festival set for Harare

Yeukai Karengezeka-Chisepo Arts Correspondent When arts activities take shape after a short January break, revellers can look forward to the Chinese Spring Festival show meant to celebrate an importa...
Clr Manyenyeni

City boss challenges suspension

Innocent Ruwende Senior Reporter Acting Harare town clerk Mrs Josephine Ncube has challenged her suspension, arguing that mayor Councillor Bernard Manyenyeni does not have authority to suspend a cham...
Diamond mining activities at Chiadzwa and the reinvesting of proceeds in the economy and welfare of citizens had the potential to fuel economic growth in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe to resume diamond sales

Zimbabwe is planning to resume auction of diamonds next month, having suspended sales in February last year following the merger in 2016 of companies previously operating in the Chiadzwa area of Mara...
A motorist negotiates his way on one of Harare’s roads recently

Horrendous menace on Harare roads

Sheillah Mapani and Rumbidzai Ngwenya Features Writers For the past several years, there has been a public outcry over the state of roads in Harare which have been infested by potholes and some that ...