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Zimbabwe SA Forum to host Joburg investment conference

March 29 2017 – THE Zimbabwe SA Forum, will be holding an investor conference in Johannesburg in May this year, where different Zimbabwean government ministries will  present  investment opportunities  in plenary sessions, and the signing of the Aid Memoir to its  our working relationship with government.  The conference, which will be held on 10 and 11 May, will at Sandton’s plush Da ... Read More »

Zuma recalls Gordhan from investment roadshow

March 27  2017 – President Jacob Zuma has ordered Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and Deputy Finance Minister Mcebisi Jonas to cancel their international investment roadshow to Britain and the United States and return to South Africa immediately, the presidency confirmed on Monday. “President Jacob Zuma has instructed the Minister of Finance, Mr Pravin Gordhan, and Deputy Minister Mcebisi Jonas to ... Read More »

Sanlam to buy East African company

 March 22  2017 – Sanlam on Wednesday  (today) said it had agreed to buy the East African business of PineBridge, the leading global multi-asset class asset manager. Sanlam Emerging Markets chief executive officer Junior Ngulube said the acquisition of the company with operations in Kenya and Uganda would enable the group “to build a leading position in institutional, affluent and ... Read More »

Multi Choice denies leaving Zimbabwe

March 14  2017 ‑ PAY -per-view broadcaster MultiChoice has refuted claims that some of its services in Zimbabwe have stopped, following concern by the Zimbabwean government that  the company’s remittances are the major cause for the externalisation of funds in the country. “These rumours are untrue and DStv services to the country remain fully operational. MultiChoice Zimbabwe remains fully functional. ... Read More »

Ford CEO apologises for Kuga fires

March 7 2017 – CEO and president of Ford SA, Jeff Nemeth, apologised for losing the trust of consumers over the debacle of a number of Ford Kuga vehicles overheating and catching fire. This was said at parliament on Tuesday, when the portfolio committee on Trade and Industry received a full status report on the recall from Ford SA, the ... Read More »

Apology from to Chihwa bus owner

March 6 2017 – ON Feburary 26 2017, erraneously published an article about Cape Town Zimbabwean businessman, Jackson  Mukahanana who owns Chihwa Tours and Chapani construction, with a picture of his brother as him. We at pride ourselves for our accurate, timeous and high quality news and would therefore like to apologise to Mr Mukahanana, for the mistake and ... Read More »

Clover profits on the decline

March 1  2017 – CLOVER Industries pointed to depressed economic growth in South Africa’s retail sector as operating profit declined by 5.2 percent to R322 million for the six months ended 31 December 2016. Though the dairy products group grew its revenue by 2.1 percent to R5.1 billion, it saw headline earnings per share (HEPS) declining by 14.7 percent to ... Read More »

Zim Cape Town based businessman helps homeless couple

Feburay 24 2017 – A CAPE Town  Zimbabwean businessman, Jackson Mukahanana  has teamed up with the government and Builders Warehouse to help rebuild   a house that was gutted by fire, leaving a six-member family homeless in Mitchells Plain, Cape Town. The move was spearheaded by the Provincial Minister of Human Settlements Bonginkosi Madikizela will see Builders Warehouse providing building ... Read More »

Xenophobia wars, MTN offices in Abuja vandalised

February 23 2017 – MTN Group on Thursday expressed concern over renewed incidents of xenophobic violence directed against non citizens in  both in SA and Nigeria, following revenge attacks on the company in Abuja  “MTN requests people to exercise restraint and remain calm,” say the network operator. The SA based multinational mobile telecommunications company runs one of its largest operations ... Read More »

Gautrain routes to spread to Mamelodi, East Rand

February 21  2017 – GAUTRAIN services are expected to spread to areas such as Mamelodi, Soweto and Boksburg following the completion of a feasibility study, says Gauteng  premier David Makhura (yesterday) Monday. The expansion would be done through a public and private partnership and would take 20 years to complete. “The new areas that would be covered will include Mamelodi ... Read More » • Free Website Templates - Downlaod Full Themes
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