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Sprouting local security companies are responsible for the suffering of thousands of their employees who they are using to get rich quick, workers in the sector...

Meikles lays off more workers

Thomas Meikles Store has laid off 22 workers at its Meikles department store in Mutare. The...

Illicit cigarette wars intensify

The turf war between rival cigarette companies has fuelled a hugely corrupt supply chain, involving regional...

Ivory smuggling rife as politics fuels corruption

the Zimbabwe- South African border is the busiest in Africa – and many of the buses...

Global money transfer trends revealed

Ahead of the first ever World Money Transfer Day on Sunday 15 March 2015, research from...

Shareholders want Moxon to explain offshore investments

Meikles Limited shareholders are putting pressure on the group’s embattled executive chairman, John Moxon, to come...

Tobacco farmers use banned chemicals

Tobacco farmers are defying a government directive by using banned chemicals in the production of the...

Daggers out for Meikles boss

Meikles shareholders are gunning for the group’s executive chairman, John Moxon, following the blue chip company’s...

ZSE suspends Meikles

The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange on Monday temporarily suspended Meikles Limited for allegedly inflating a debt...

Moxon’s Meikles suspended from ZSE over alleged fraud

The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange on Monday temporarily suspended hotel and retail group, Meikles Limited, from the...

HSBC Investigations Reveal Majority Account Holders White Zimbabweans

Investigations into millions of dollars stashed in Swiss accounts of HSBC in 2006 and 2007, reveal...

A cruel and senseless war

Interfering with vendors would be like deep-frying the goose that lays the golden eggs. Rather than...

Cost effective travelling call application comes to Africa

A cost effective travelling call application, RingCredible, which eliminates roaming charges, has been introduced in Africa....

Obert Mpofu’s bank folds, newspaper faces collapse

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