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More companies to delist from ZSE

via More companies to delist from ZSE | The Financial Gazette by Paul Nyakazeya 16 Jan 2014 A LARGE number of quoted companies could delist this year as the wider macroeconomic environment remains dire, with the government’s fiscal policy announced in December failing

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Chinamasa attacks local banks

via Chinamasa attacks local banks – NewsDay January 16, 2014 by Tarisai Mandizha Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa has attacked the banking sector, blaming some financial institutions of attempting to drive the economy on its knees since the adoption of multiple currencies five years

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Govt turns to private sector

via Govt turns to private sector – NewsDay January 16, 2014 by Tarisai Mandizha GOVERNMENT has turned to the private sector for solutions as deindustrisation intensifies on the back of liquidity constraints biting the economy. Speaking at an economic outlook symposium organised by

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What is true indigenisation? Vince Musewe

via What is true indigenisation? | The Zimbabwean by Vince Musewe The policies of Zanu (PF), to indigenise, empower, employ and develop, cannot be argued against because Africa must rise by its own sweat if we are to say we are truly

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Zimbabwe Economic Decline Worries Tsvangirai MDC

via Zimbabwe Economic Decline Worries Tsvangirai MDC by Irwin  Chifera 16.01.2014 VOAZimbabwe The shadow cabinet of Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) formation led by Morgan Tsvangirai held its first meeting Thursday this year and expressed concern at the country’s deteriorating economic situation and failure

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MDC-T: Zim heads for political, social unrest

via MDC-T: Zim heads for political, social unrest 16/01/2014 by Garikai Chaunza NewZimbabwe THE Opposition MDC-T party’s shadow cabinet has said the country’s is in a state of emergency and predicted political and social unrest as the cash-strapped government struggles with a failing

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Harare council workers back at work after wage deal

via Harare council workers back at work after wage deal | SW Radio Africa by Nomalanga Moyo   January 16, 2014 Striking Harare City Council workers have returned to work following negotiations with their employer. Workers from the local authority’s water department

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No deal as civil service workers reject wage offer

via No deal as civil service workers reject wage offer | SW Radio Africa by Tererai Karimakwenda  January 16, 2014 Negotiators representing government and civil servants failed to reach a deal again during crucial talks on Wednesday, after the workers rejected an

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Zimbabwe government workers reject double-digit pay rises

via Zimbabwe government workers reject double-digit pay rises | Reuters Jan 16, 2014  Zimbabwe government employees have rejected pay increases of up to 27 percent as too small, a union leader said on Thursday, putting more pressure on President Robert Mugabe to

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Zimbabwe Govt, Civil Servants Salary Negotiations Deadlocked

via Zimbabwe Govt, Civil Servants Salary Negotiations Deadlocked by Gibbs Dube, Blessing  Zulu 15.01.2014 VOAZimbabwe Salary negotiations between Zimbabwe’s civil servants and the government reached a deadlock Wednesday after state representatives offered employees $500 for the lowest paid worker. Sifiso Ndlovu of the Zimbabwe Teachers’

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Govt offers 26,6pc salary increment | The Herald

via Govt offers 26,6pc salary increment | The Herald January 16, 2014 by Felex Share Salary negotiations between the Government and civil service unions have been adjourned to tomorrow amid reports that the least-paid worker has been offered US$375 per month. This represents

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Charamba speaks on Mugabe mystery

via Bulawayo24 NEWS | Charamba speaks on Mugabe mystery 16 January 2014 President Mugabe’s spokesperson George Charamba yesterday said the 89-year-old leader was completing his annual leave at his Borrowdale home, quashing speculation that he had either died or was very ill.

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Where is the President?

via Where is the President? | The Zimbabwean 14.01.14 by Jera President Mugabe is on his annual leave and his absence has sparked speculation. Some claim he is unwell and the less reverent maintain that he has joined his ancestors. State media has

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Diamond abuses: CCDT raises alarm

via Diamond abuses: CCDT raises alarm | The Zimbabwean 15.01.14 A shady company reportedly involving senior police and army officers is clandestinely mining diamonds in Marange but claims that it is doing explorations, says a new report from the Chiadzwa Community Development

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Zim prisoners facing starvation

via Zim prisoners facing starvation | SW Radio Africa by Mthulisi Mathuthu  January 16, 2014 About 19,000 prison inmates countrywide are facing starvation as food stocks have dropped significantly and the situation could worsen due to poor funding, parliamentarians heard Wednesday. Justice,

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