Posts Tagged ‘Zimbabwe’
Jabu Basopo says there are three main components that contribute to success in leadership.
Entrepreneur asks Obama some critical questions about the US’s relationship with Africa.
“I far prefer to invest in companies where things are dire and the dire scenario is expected to persist.”
Zimbabwe’s rich mineral resources will drive economic growth in the country.
“The Zimbabwean retail sector is actually booming at the moment. There is a huge amount happening,” says Marc Sternberg, MD of Spark ATM Systems.
A commercial cassava farming business in Nigeria requires crop financing as well as a five-year loan to purchase additional equipment and to upgrade infrastructure.
Zimbabwe’s new airline Fresh Air believes it has identified a gap in the local market for low-cost air travel.
The investment case for Zimbabwe finds an increasingly receptive audience among US corporates.
Renaissance Capital is bullish about the future of the beer industry in Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe’s real GDP growth for 2011 remains on target for 9.3%, said Grant Flanagan, fund manager at Pan-African financial services group Imara.
Voice of America reports that Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe’s controversial indigenisation laws are struggling to get through the country’s legislature.
Zimbabwe’s economy is on course to grow by 9.3% in 2011, up from 8.1% last year, mainly on the back of a continued recovery in the key mining and agriculture sectors, Finance Minister Tendai Biti said on Tuesday.
Anglo American Platinum has not received any rejection notice from the Zimbabwean government over its plan to transfer a majority stake in its local operation to black investors, the company’s chief executive said on Monday.
The Zimbabwe Independent reports that eight of the country’s banks are struggling due to the depressed economy.
Foreign-owned banks operating in Zimbabwe, including Barclays Bank, Standard Chartered Bank and Stanbic Zimbabwe, could face “punitive measures” if they fail to transfer majority shareholding to black Zimbabweans.