Former Kingdom Bank in Bulawayo Charity Ruzvidzo Business Reporter Kingdom Bank founder Nigel Chanakira says the collapse of AfrAsia Bank — an institution he moulded to iconic status — is a sad development in the history of the financial service institutions in Zimbabwe. Kingdom was established in the 1990s and grew to become one of the biggest indigenous banks before taking an unfortunate nosedive a few years ago
Ricky Zililo Senior Sports Reporter THE cheapest ticket for the Bob91 Super Cup elimination match between Highlanders FC and Caps United set for Barbourfields Stadium on Sunday has been pegged at $2. Charles Mabika, spokesman for the organisers, said they decided to make the match affordable to all football lovers, with those who want to watch from the northern stands popularly referred to as the wings forking out $5 while the VIP tribune is pegged at $10. The winner between Highlanders and Caps United will proceed to the final where they will meet defending champions Dynamos on March 8.
More than half of the banks that have been registered in Zimbabwe since 1892 are either struggling to survive or have disappeared from the market through closure or mergers and acquisitions, information at hand shows. Taurai Mangudhla According to information extracted from the Zimbabwe Independent’s popular Banks and Banking Survey archives, Standard Chartered Bank was the first institution to be registered in 1892 and apparently a great success story as a number of players which came after vanished along the way, while others never opened their doors for trading. Midland Building and Investment Society, registered in 1925 as a building society, faded from history, while the late Roger Boka’s United Merchant Bank which was registered in 1995 collapse three years later
This Video of a lady dancing provocatively to Museve has raised the eyebrows of some on social media. We are not sure if the thing happened in Zim so we won’t be answering that one but eish….maone… You can watch the Video below or A Screenshot from the video
President Mugabe Farirai Machivenyika Harare Bureau PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe has said he is still fully in charge of affairs in both Zanu-PF and the government and dismissed media reports that the First Lady Cde Grace Mugabe is now the power behind the throne. Speaking in a wide-ranging interview with ZBC on the programme, Reflections at 91, whose first part was screened yesterday to mark his 91st birthday, Cde Mugabe said the First Lady’s ascension to Zanu-PF Secretary of Women Affairs did not mean she was now the one in charge