Tuesday, November 21, 2017
We had a dinner meeting with leading business executives in UK who expressed their desire to invest in our country. Our job at this dinner was to provide opportunities to this group of investors in the many sectors of...
ANALYSIS By Roger Southall, University of the Witwatersrand Zimbabwe’s financial system increasingly resembles a house of cards. Were one card to give way – for instance, if South Africa’s power utility, Eskom, were to have the temerity to suggest that Zimbabwe actually pay...
  The Zambia Information, Communication and Technology Authority has referred the matter in which a Lusaka based Journalist has officially lodged a criminal complaint against Airtel Networks Zambia Plc to the Police. According to a letter emailed to the Zambian Eagle,...
  UNTIL today, we are left deliberating why a sane person would in his or her right mind advocate for a loss making and scandal hit public owned institution like natsave to continue being parasitic on tax payers’ monies year...
SALARY!!.... Research has it that the poorest groups of people in the world are Salary earners,next to beggars They live in a vicious cycle of poverty managed on 30 days.Salary is continuously being awaited every month and any slight delay brings...
Here is another series of an expose of how NATSAVE has been crippled by a tandem of hyenas. Due to the magnitude of the document we have compiled, 323 pages, we will release information in parts everyday until everything...
  LAST week on Wednesday, Msanzala Member of Parliament Peter Daka asked the deputy governor –operations Dr. Ngandu to consider recapitalizing NATSAVE, according to Peter, because the bank in its current position was not as effective as expected. We don’t understand...
MINISTER of Finance Felix Mutati has banned first-class international travel on aeroplanes for chief executive officers (CEOs) of State-owned enterprises.   And Mr Mutati has directed that parastatals should start publishing quarterly reports in newspapers on the performance of their companies. Mr...
Ghanaian footballer and international striker Asamoah Gyan is set to become the first African footballer to own an airline. The airline which is called Baby Jet (BBJ) Airlines was issued a certificate of operation. Ghana’s President Nana Akufo-Addo while attending...
Since when did RATSA become the price regulators? Would RATSA have any problems if one transporter or motorist start giving free rides to people? Why doesn't ERB first consult RATSA before hiking fuel pump prices: :::::::::: ROAD TRANSPORT AND SAFETY AGENCY PRESS...