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Funding Stalls Over 30 Power Generation Projects
[Financial Gazette] The country's energy regulator, the Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (ZERA), has licenced nearly 30 power generation projects with a combined capacity of more than 5 000 megawatts (MW), but most have failed to take off due to lack of funding.
Debt to Equity Plan for Textiles Firm
[Financial Gazette] The judicial manager of troubled Bulawayo-based textiles firm, Merlin (Pvt) Limited, will this week present a report to creditors in which he is proposing the conversion of debt into equity.
What's Going On At Air Zimbabwe?
[Financial Gazette] There is some merit to assertions that aviation, in poor countries such as Zimbabwe, is an elitist pursuit.
Interest in Blue Chips Pushes Stock Exchange Higher
[Financial Gazette] The bull run on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange continued on this week, buoyed by blue chips as records continue to tumble after the industrial index and the market capitalisation reached milestones of 500 points and $14 billion, respectively, during the week.
Minister Zhuwao Reinstates Sacked Workers Union Boss
[Financial Gazette] Newly appointed Minister of Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare, Patrick Zhuwao, yesterday reinstated sacked National Social Security Authority (NSSA) board member, Peter Mutasa, and indicated he would pursue a broad review of the $1 billion fund's operations and investments.
War Vets Vow to Block Grace Mugabe's Ascendency to VP
[News24Wire] Youths from Zimbabwe's ruling Zanu-PF are reportedly divided over plans to amend the party's constitution to accommodate a female vice president.
Revenue Collector Proposes Severe Penalties
[Financial Gazette] The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) is contemplating legislative measures to ensure severe penalties to tax evaders in a bid to force compliance and boost revenue.
Dozens Apply for Special Economic Zones Authority Job
[Financial Gazette] More than 50 people applied for the job to head the Special Economic Zones Authority (SEZA), which was on the market for a chief executive officer.
and 8216;White Gold- Losing Value for Farmers in Zimbabwe as Changing Climate Hurts Cotton Harvest
GOKWE CENTER, ZIMBABWE - Ellen Moyo has been farming white gold for a decade.Every year, between June and September, she harvests her cotton, which was once among Zimbabwe's most lucrative crops.B
Champion of land redistribution Mugabe honoured by youths in Russia - report
Sochi - Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe, 93, is reportedly set to be honoured by African youths and students attending the 19th youth festival held in Sochi, Russia for "championing the fight again
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