The battle to remove Gordhan and ultimately President Cyril Ramaphosa from office is in full swing, writes Adriaan Basson.
Partly cloudy. Mild.
The Caledonia Mining Corporation has entered into a memorandum of understanding meant to help it regain control of its Zimbabwe-based subsidiary Blanket Mine.
Zimbabwe is pleading with foreign investors to sink money into the economy, but many are deterred by the uncertain economic and political framework.
Nestlé's southern African operations have been affected by currency weaknesses, while it also has to support dairy farmers ravaged by the ongoing drought.
Zimbabwe is probing Rio Tinto’s disposal of its stake in two mines in Zimbabwe, charging that disposed shares were held offshore.
Zimbabwe's indigenisation minister says he is prepared to take on the role of "sheriff" as the country prepares to cancel licences of non-compliant firms.
Zimbabwe has put in place a March deadline for all foreign companies to submit compliance plans and has announced new restrictions on foreign businesses.
A senior Zimbabwean official says investment has been badly hit by President Robert Mugabe's laws limiting foreign ownership of businesses.
A survey shows most Zimbabweans think foreign direct investment has a better chance of reviving the ailing economy than the president's indigenisation programme.
Zimbabwe must provide "clarity" on its controversial indigenisation programme if it is to lure investors, says its Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa.
Indigenisation Minister Francis Nhema says all foreign banks operating in Zimbabwe, with one exception, have complied with the country’s indigenisation laws.
The Zanu PF party wants President Robert Mugabe to reverse the sale of Barclays Bank of Zimbabwe to a Malawian bank, as the sale contravenes Zimbabwe's indigenisation laws.
President Robert Mugabe is reportedly suing Zimplats for objecting to the intended compulsory acquisition of 28 000 hectares of mining land held by the company.
Foreign banks have been given a respite to their plans to comply with Zimbabwe's empowerment laws after President Robert Mugabe clarified confusion about the law.
Standard Bank's Zimbabwe-based unit Stanbic Bank has reported 15% profit growth as the government reportedly said it will prosecute directors for non-compliance.
The Zimbabwean government has directed that from April all ministries should issue orders to licensing authorities to ensure compliance with indigenisation laws.
Zimbabwe's new indigenisation minister says the proposed 10% empowerment levy to fund indigenisation and economic empowerment will be raised to 12.5% in 2017.
Zimbabwe’s indigenisation policy is open to negotiation, but there will be no compromise on the 51/49 percentage threshold for mining, says President Robert Mugabe.
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe has told a visiting French delegation that his controversial indigenisation policy 'only relates to resource-based operations'.
Zimbabwe is willing to compensate white farmers and clarify indigenisation laws to open the door for aid from Denmark, says Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa.
Local shareholders are struggling to pay for the remaining 18% shareholding in SABMiller's Zimbabwean unit Delta Corporation to comply with empowerment laws.
Cape Town Southern Suburbs1st Contact T/A Sable International
Cape TownemergeR560.00 - R580.00 Per Hour
Cape Townemerge R580 000.00 - R620 000.00 Per Year
R 3 900 000
R 4 950 000
R 1 790 000
We subscribe to the Press Code.
You choose what you want
News24 on Android
Get the latest from News24 on your Android device.
Terms and Conditions
24.com Terms and Conditions - Updated April 2012
Creating your profile will enable you to submit photos and stories to get published on News24.
This username must be unique, cannot be edited and will be used in the URL to your profile page across the entire 24.com network.