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  • Domino Effect Seen in Bank's Collapse As Liquidity Crunch Continues

    Thursday, 26 February 2015 VOA Studio 7

    Economic commentators say the cancellation of AfrAsia Bank’s license clearly shows how vulnerable the banking sector remains due to sustained liquidity challenges. AfrAsia had its license revoked on Tuesday after failing to meet the minimum capital benchmark of $25 million set by the Reserve Bank...

  • Zim tabloids survive public criticism

    Thursday, 26 February 2015 Radio Dialogue

    NO official complaints have been made against Zimbabwe’s major tabloids, B-Metro and H-Metro, unlike other local publications, which have come under heavy public scrutiny, the Voluntary Media Council...

  • Speeding injiva fatally strikes pre-school pupil

    Thursday, 26 February 2015 Radio Dialogue

    A FOUR year old pre-school going pupil was fatally hit by a speeding South African registered car while crossing a zebra crossing lane on Tuesday morning along Samuel Parirenyatwa Street in...

  • ZIFA in hunt for new kit supplier

    Wednesday, 25 February 2015 Radio Dialogue

    THE TROUBLED Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) has begun the search for new technical partners to supply them with all national teams training and match day uniforms. “Zimbabwe Football...

  • Shortage of kraal heads worries Tsholotsho villagers

    Wednesday, 25 February 2015 Radio Dialogue

    TSHOLOTSHO villagers in Mbizo area are worried about the shortage of kraal heads in the area to spearhead development initiatives. The area under Chief Magama consists of 250 households and...

  • US$1 for Z$35,000 rate for Zim dollar compensation, RBZ

    Tuesday, 24 February 2015 CHANNELZIM

    THE central bank will use the rate of one U.S. dollar to 35,000 Zimbabwe dollars as it moves to demonetize the local currency and compensate account holders who lost their savings when the government...

  • The Hidden Billions Behind Economic Inequality in Africa

    The Hidden Billions Behind Economic Inequality in Africa
    Street vendors in Africa reflect the income inequality that pervades the continent, much of it due to corruption. Credit: Jeffrey Moyo/IPS
    Tuesday, 24 February 2015 Radio VOP

    Reports this year of illicit moneys from African countries stashed in a Swiss bank – indicating that corruption lies behind much of the income inequality that affects the continent – have grabbed...

  • Sobukazi pupils in court for stealing art equipment

    Tuesday, 24 February 2015 Radio Dialogue

    SIX Sobukazi High School pupils have been hauled before Tradegold Magistrates court for trespassing and stealing art equipment worth over $800 at the school. According to the state, on 8 February,...

  • United MDC to hold first rally in Byo

    Tuesday, 24 February 2015 Radio Dialogue

    MDC Renewal and the one led by Professor Welshman Ncube will on Sunday hold a rally for the first time in Bulawayo as a united front. The reunited MDC was born last year in November at a ceremony...

  • Zimfone Set to Launch New App to Cut Mobile Call Costs

    Monday, 23 February 2015 VOA Studio 7

    A company based in the United States being run by a Zimbabwean-born entrepreneur is expected within the next few days to launch a phone-calling service to cater for the needs of various...

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