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Day: April 23, 2019

BancABC FY18 net profit rises to $11 mln on upbeat performance in net interest income

Business Reporter HARARE – BancABC, the local unit of African Banking Corporation, says its net profit doubled in the year ended December 31, 2018 to $11 million from $5.18 million in 2017, largely on efficient assets and liability management, lower…

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Zim’s tobacco sales drop 71% to $32 mln as holiday effect fails to come into play

Almot Maqolo HARARE – Zimbabwe’s tobacco sales continues with its downward trend as 18.54 million kilograms of tobacco worth $31.98 million have been sold so far since the start of the selling season in March this year. Latest data from…

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South Africa: Families evacuated as flooding hits parts of the country after heavy rain

Emergency services in several provinces are dealing with the aftermath of heavy rains, localised flooding and car crashes. JOHANNESBURG – Emergency services officials are dealing with several disasters across the country due to the heavy rainfall. In KwaZulu-Natal, a number…

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Sudanese call for renewed protests to pressure military

KHARTOUM, Sudan (AP) — Sudanese activists are calling for nationwide protests to press the military to hand over power to a civilian authority after the overthrow of President Omar al-Bashir earlier this month. Railway workers and other protesters are gathering…

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Zimbabwe: President Mnangagwa’s top ally evicts 350 families in fresh farm grab

Resident Minister Ellen Gwaradzimba behaves in exactly the same manner as deposed former First Lady Grace Mugabe Clayton Masekesa MUTARE – Manicaland resident minister Ellen Gwaradzimba – a top ally of Zimbabwe’s President Emerson Mnangagwa, is trying to use her…

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ZIMRA fine threatens collapse of two of Africa’s most popular tourist destinations, owners appeal to President Mnangagwa

Clayton Masekesa MUTARE – Owners of SkyWalk and SkyLine – two of Africa’s most popular tourist destinations in the scenic Nyanga tourist resort in Zimbabwe, have pleaded with President Emmerson Mnangagwa to intervene over a RTGS$750,000 fine they were slapped…

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Pitso: We still don’t know our points

Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane has taken another jab at the PSL’s slow process of deciding whether or not to deduct points. Sundowns face the possibility of being docked points after being found guilty of fielding illegible player Wayne Arendse…

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Middendorp: No time for what was

Kaizer Chiefs coach Ernst Middendorp refused to dwell on their chance of ending the club’s trophy drought and quickly shifted focus to Golden Arrows. Chiefs are well on course to conclude the club’s longest ever barren run since 10 May…

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Wilfried Zaha has been tipped for Liverpool transfer but would deal suit Reds?

Winger could be heading for Crystal Palace exit in pursuit of Champions League football Crystal Palace’s Wilfried Zaha has been tipped for a move to Liverpool but would the former Manchester United flop suit Jurgen Klopp’s Reds? Quotes from Zaha…

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South Africa: KZN church collapse: Families to identify remains of loved ones

DURBAN – The bereaved families of 13 churchgoers killed in a church collapse in KwaZulu-Natal will identify their remains at the Richards Bay mortuary on Tuesday. The majority of those who lost their lives when the wall and part of…

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