Here is my response to reports that have been
carried in The Star and its sister publications in the Independent Group about
M&G and AMH over the past few days.
FAST-FOODS group Innscor Africa has informed its
workforce that it would be retrenching its warehouse, distribution and
administration section employees in Bulawayo citing viability challenges.
FORMER police detective Farayi Nyapokoto has sought President Robert
Mugabe’s intervention in a matter where he wants Police Commissioner-General
Augustine Chihuri to compensate him for unlawful arrest.
A TURKISH investor, Yuksel Bayrak, was allegedly swindled of over $100
000 in a fraudulent land deal by local prominent business people.
A SMALL-SCALE mining association in Shurugwi has revealed that most of
its members were selling their gold on the black market
THE Mid-Term Budget Review statement was highly unlikely to be announced
anytime soon, Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa told Parliament yesterday.
ALPHA Media Holdings (AMH) chairman Trevor Ncube yesterday dismissed
reports that Southern Eye is shutting down.
THE opposition MDC-T, in a move reminiscent of the Zanu PF organogram,
is reportedly planning to elevate its leader Morgan Tsvangirai to president and
first secretary of the party.
AN indigenous farmer is reportedly battling for life at Masvingo General
Hospital after he was struck with an axe on the head by suspected war veterans.
A YOUTHS rights lobby group, Real Opportunities for Transformation
Support (ROOTS), next month plans to launch a six-month long campaign.