Michael Walden, North Carolina State University
Fears are growing that the new coronavirus will infect the U.S. economy.
U.S stocks are headed for their worst week since the 2008 financial crisis; companies including Apple and Walmart have been warning of potential sales losses from COVID-19 and the
Clothing manufacturer and retailer, Edgars Stores Limited is issuing share capital by way of a rights offer to raise funds for its expansion initiatives, 263Chat Business can report.
A rights offer is when a company issues new shares with priority to existing shareholders.
The company has already
Deemed the biggest arts award convergence platform on the land, the 19th edition of National Arts Merit Awards (NAMA) turned the tables from a mediocre event despised by celebrities to the grand ceremony of glitz and glam that attracted most big names in showbiz.
Standard Bank of South Africa Limited (“SBSA”) has issued its first ever green bond, via private placement with IFC, a development finance institution focused on the private sector, part of the World Bank Group.
Stanbic Bank Zimbabwe’s parent company says that this is a 10-year facility
Former High Court judge Justice Benjamin Paradza has added his voice to calls for government to stop the constitutional amendment bill number 2 which seeks to change sections of the charter relating to the retirement of judges and Presidential running mate clause.
Responding to a Twitter
As I boarded my flight from Beijing Airport, China on Tuesday evening, all I could think of was what awaits me upon arrival in Harare.
I had heard and read about a suspected case of the deadly Coronavirus (COVID-19), which at the time, had not announced
Former Warriors and FC Platinum coach Norman Mapeza has reportedly stepped down from his position as coach of South African Premier Soccer League (PSL) outfit Chippa United.
Reports coming from South Africa suggests that Mapeza decided to part ways with the Eastern Cape based side over
The opposition MDC led by Nelson Chamisa has described as miscarriage of justice, Harare magistrates court’s granting of an application by state prosecutors to have the trial of Secretary General Charlton Hwende postponed to allow them to visit Twitter headquarters in USA to collect evidence
Since the Mnangagwa administration took office in Zimbabwe, expectations of a transformative approach to civil and human rights violations have dampened. Continuing waves of state violence are alleged to have conjoined with a shrinking of the democratic space.
When President Emmerson Mnangagwa was sworn in
MUTARE- Zimbabwe needs at least US$1 billion towards rehabilitation of the three provinces that were ravaged by Cyclone Idai which hit three Southern African states in March 2019, destroying infrastructure and killing hundreds of people.
Speaking on the sidelines of a regional conference of disaster risk