Wicknell released

HARARE – Controversial and high-flying Harare businessman Wicknell Chivayo is reportedly back home following his “arrest” at the crack of dawn at his home on Monday, the Daily News can report. Zimbabwe’s military had reportedly detained the flashy Harare businessman after a dawn raid on his Ha…
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Hornets go top

HARARE – Harare City Hornets shot to the top of the Harare Basketball Association League (HBA) following a convincing 93-60 win over HLF Raiders over the weekend. Hornets are now tied on 17 points with second placed Foxes but they have a better head-to-head having beaten their rivals earlier t…
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Manyuchi set for comeback

HARARE – Former World Boxing Council (WBC) welterweight champion Charles Manyuchi has been afforded an opportunity to redeem himself after his handlers at Oriental Quarries Boxing Promotions (OQBP) won the right to challenge for the belt once again. Manyuchi had been the welterweight champion …
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Guvamatanga retires

HARARE – Barclays Bank Zimbabwe managing director George Guvamatanga has retired from the financial institution he served for nearly 30 years. He has since been replaced by Samuel Masekete in an acting capacity. Masekete is the bank’s chief finance officer. “The bank is deeply indebted to G…
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Chinamasa’s snubs IDC’s $83m plea

HARARE – Finance minister Patrick is sticking his guns to reducing government expenditure and streamlining under-performing parastatals after he refused to write-off the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC)’s $83 million debt. “The Industrial Development Corporation submitted a request for…
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Manyaya joins Potraz

HARARE – Netone public relations and special projects manager George Manyaya has joined the Postal and Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (Potraz) as head consumer affairs and publicity. The affable executive, who in the past worked for various organisations and has been a board member at the …
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Eskom urged to appoint new boss

SOUTH AFRICA – South Africa’s Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown on Friday said the newly appointed board of Eskom should prioritise the appointment of a permanent chief executive and finalise disciplinary action against a number of its executives. The search for a new chief executive com…
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Fashion brands in Christmas wars

MICHAEL Kors Holdings Limited, Ralph Lauren Corp and other fashion brands are locked in a high-stakes contest this Christmas. But the winner won’t be the company that sells the most – it’ll be the one that winds up with the least amount of unwanted merchandise. After years of struggling to …
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