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Command agric scheme in inputs gridlock

Information gathered reveals that scores of youths farmers are yet to receive inputs under the programme after their applications were either rejected or delivery is being delayed.
By Taurai Mangudhla Nov. 22, 2022

CBZ boss voted Best Bank CEO

CBZ Bank, the flagship unit of CBZ Holdings, was also voted the second-best performing bank in Zimbabwe.
By Rugare Mubika Oct. 20, 2022

Banks and Banking Survey... NMB voted best bank in ZimInd survey

It is held in partnership with the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) listed financial services powerhouse, First Capital Bank.
By Rugare Mubika Oct. 19, 2022

Banks and Banking Survey... CBZ boss voted best bank CEO

The premier survey, now in its 22nd year, is one of several cutting edge products run by the Zimbabwe Independent, the country’s biggest business weekly.
By Rugare Mubika Oct. 19, 2022

Bigger CBZ hits market

CBZ Building Society will fizzle out of Zimbabwe’s landscape this month-end, paving way for one giant commercial banking operation.
By Tatira Zwinoira Oct. 5, 2022

CBZ profits from unrealised forex worth nearly $48bn

The increase in profit after tax profit was from a 2021 comparative of $7,07 billion.
By Tatira Zwinoira Sep. 5, 2022

Kuvimba snaps up 50% GDI shares

In a statement, GDI said its decision to exit the project is “in connection with the global sanctions imposed by Western countries against Russia, which naturally also applies to Russian investments abroad”.

By The Standard Jun. 10, 2022

Data deficiency delays compensation process

Government availed shareholding worth US$75 million in Kuvimba Mining House to augment pension benefits following the 2019 currency reforms and early this year, pensioners started receiving US$100 payouts as dividends from the investment.

By The Standard May. 23, 2022

Our country is being mortgaged

It is in the public domain that Kuvimba’s subsidiaries Freda Rebecca, Shamva and Bindura Nickel have been doing well, declaring dividends, to the point of the Finance minister Mthuli Ncube telling us mid last year that the country’s white former commercial farmers will be compensated for loss of their property and land with some of the money these companies are making.

By The Standard May. 2, 2022