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Area: 390,757 sq. km (150,872 sq. mi)
Population: 13.5 million (UN 2008). Note: more than 3m Zimbabweans are now estimated to live outside the country
Capital City: Harare (population of Greater Harare: 1.1 million); Other towns: Bulawayo, Chilungwiza, Mutare, Gweru, Kwekwe, Masvingo, Marondera.
Terrain: Desert and savanna
Climate: Mostly subtropical
People: Shona, Ndebele, Others (10%)
Languages: English (official language), Shona and Ndebele
Religion(s): Christian (various); indigenous; small Hindu, Muslim, Jewish communities
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First Mutual Life Assurance Company?s (FML) franchise with Dunamis Private Limited is expected to contribute about 13% of the budgeted new business to FML?s premium income across all lines of business, a company official has said.
Stock market transformed into a company
THE Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) has been transformed into a company from a mutual society, opening the way for a public listing on the bourse it operates, finance minister Patrick Chinamasa said on Monday.
Zimbabwe: Mpofu Adds MPs' Car to His Ministerial Fleet
[New Zimbabwe]TRANSPORT minister Obert Mpofu has revealed that he benefited from the government sponsored US$11 million car scheme for the country's legislators.
Government to probe pension loses at dollarisation
THE government on Wednesday said it would set up an independent commission of inquiry to investigate losses incurred by pensioners and policyholders during the conversion from the Zimbabwe dollar to the current multi-currency system five years ago.
Lack of understanding hinders insurance growth ?Alford
The Chief Executive Officer, Old Mutual Nigeria Life, Mr. Keith Alford, spoke with NIKE POPOOLA on the prospect of insurance growth in the country How conducive is it doing insurance business in Nigeria? I think it is conducive and simple because there is very little life insurance business in Niger...
Zimbabwe To Set Up Commission To Look Into Zimdollar Pensions
HARARE, July 24 (BERNAMA-NNN-NEW ZIANA) -- The government intends to set up a commission of inquiry to investigate the conversion process of pension and insurance policy values from Zimbabwe dollar to US dollar when the country adopted the multi-currency system in 2009, says Finance and Economic Dev...
Caledonia Mining Corporation Q2 2014 Production Update and Revised 2014 Guidance
Caledonia Mining Corporation announces gold production from its 49 per cent owned subsidiary, the Blanket Mine in Zimbabwe, for the quarter ended June 30, 2014. All production numbers are expressed on ...
Zimbabwe stock exchange demutualises, paves way for listing
The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) has been transformed into a company from a mutual society, opening the way for a public listing on the bourse it operates, finance minister Patrick Chinamasa said on Monday. The ZSE has been owned and run by stock brokers since 1946, but after demutualisation the br...
Cambria Africa sues Lonrho for US$10 mln
CAMBRIA Africa, a closed-ended fund listed in London and focused on Zimbabwe, is suing its former manager Lonrho for around $10 million. Lonrho, the conglomerate built by Roland ?Tiny? Rowland, was a major shareholder in Cambria Africa and managed the fund until February 2012.
?Financial services sector loses steam?
The restructuring, realignment and in some cases collapse of some entities in the financial service sector have remained a stark reminder that Zimbabwe?s economic woes are deepening after a five-year depression lull during the coalition government, analysts have said.