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  • Why bitcoin will never die...
  • It's been a decade since bitcoin officially started. Over this time, it's gained a lot of followers and of course, haters. Some have called it a revolutionary asset, while others have labelled it, a downright Ponzi scheme. The thing is, whether you love them or hate them, bitcoin will never die. Demand will always be there - especially in today's world. And it's all because… ... ››› more
  • [27 August 2019]
  • Zimbabwe shuts South Africa's gateway into Africa
  • Last week, the Zimbabwean Government implemented a law causing major unrest in the border towns of Zimbabwe and South Africa. The introduction of Statutory Instrument 64 of 2016 (SI64) restricts the import of certain goods from South Africa into Zimbabwe. This includes items like plastic pipes, doors, bottled water, window frames, baked beans, potato chips... Even peanut butter got the cut. ... ››› more
  • [07 July 2016]
  • Could a new land reform proposal see SA farms mirror what happened in Zimbabwe?
  • The body representing commercial farmers have hit back at a new land reform proposal. The Rural Development and Land Reform Minister has proposed that farmers give over 50% of their farms to workers. Let's take a closer look at the new proposals… A new proposal means 50% of land would go to farmworkers Yesterday, Agri SA, the group representing commercial farmers, said “a new land reform p... ››› more
  • [25 June 2014]
  • Platinum producers in Zimbabwe have 10 days to submit refinery plans
  • Earlier today, state media in Zimbabwe reported that platinum producers in the country had until 18 January to submit their plans to build a refinery. This affects the two biggest platinum producers. The companies, which are in the JSE's Top 40, fell on the news. Let's take a closer look at what's going on… Zimbabwe’s state media reported today that the government had “given platinum mines... ››› more
  • [08 January 2014]
  • Mugabe is to give control of the business sector to black Zimbabweans
  • After the general elections in Zimbabwe at the end of last month, rumours have been circulating. There have been accusations of vote fixing, amongst other things, to ensure that Robert Mugabe continued in his role as President. Now he is committed to give control of the business sector to black Zimbabweans. Read on to find out more… Earlier today, Robert Mugabe, President of Zimbabwe, said he ... ››› more
  • [13 August 2013]
  • Zimbabwe's central bank assures that there will be no return of the Zim dollar, for now
  • Amidst growing speculation in the run up to the elections and since Mugabe's re-election, it looks like the Zimbabwean dollar is nothing to worry about. Worries about bringing back the old currency and other issues sent its stock market into a spin. Let's have a closer look at what's happened… Due to the mass rumours doing the rounds about the return of the Zim dollar, the Reserve Bank of Zimb... ››› more
  • [07 August 2013]
  • Zimbabwe's stock market plummets on the re-election of Mugabe
  • Today was the first trading day since the results of Zim's general election came out. And the market didn't react well to the news of Mugabe's re-election. Let's have a closer look at what's going on. This morning, the Zim stock market plunged 11%, reports IOL. Today is its “first trading day since official results confirmed veteran President Robert Mugabe would extend his 33 years in power”... ››› more
  • [05 August 2013]
  • This innovative solution to the petrol problem shows why you should invest in Zimbabwe!
  • South Africa's not the only company with rising fuel costs. On Wednesday, Namibia announced yet another petrol price increase of 10c per litre. Zimbabwe, on the other hand, is looking forward to a reduction in fuel costs by introducing blended fuel. This will result in fuel import cost savings for the government, as well as savings for consumers. Here's how you can also profit from this news… ... ››› more
  • [11 April 2013]
  • Zimbabwe's stock exchanges goes digital, making it easier than ever for you to invest!
  • There's been a lot of media interest in investing in Zimbabwe lately. And its ministers are doing all they can to ensure investors that Zimbabwe's a great investment destination. Now it's easier than ever before to invest in the country! And it's all because the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange has launched a new web portal with social media functionality! Keen to invest in Zimbabwe?   You shou... ››› more
  • [27 March 2013]
  • It's time to invest in diamonds as sanctions in Zimbabwe are suspended!
  • Looking for proof that you should put your money in Zimbabwe? Here it is: The EU suspended most of its sanctions on Zimbabwe on Monday after voters approved a new constitution that'll pave the way to an election later this year. An election whose outcome is hoped to limit president Mugabe's power. But don't wait until then to invest in our neighbour! Zimbabwe's already proving it's a top investmen... ››› more
  • [26 March 2013]
  • Invest in Zimbabwe? Great idea!
  • Many South African's are scared that South Africa's following in Zimbabwe's footsteps. But that might not be a bad thing. Zimbabwe's already starting to prove itself as a top investment destination and it's slipping under the radar of investors who look straight to the flourishing economies of Europe to invest offshore. Here's why you should consider investing in Zimbabwe instead… Zimplats ha... ››› more
  • [04 March 2013]
  • Take five steps to clear your bad debt and avoid filing for bankruptcy
  • Despite denying a previous statement that Zimbabwe has just $US217 left in cash in the bank, the country desperately needs foreign donors to provide enough for this year's electoral spending. Bankruptcy puts you at the mercy of others and can have disastrous consequences. But you don't have to become desperate. Here are five measures you can put in place today to clear your bad debt and avoid fili... ››› more
  • [31 January 2013]

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