Archive for ‘September, 2010’

PM Tsvangirai reminds ZANU-PF for ruining economy

By Lance Guma
29 September 2010
Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai has blamed his coalition partner ZANU PF for destroying the economy and shot holes into their persistent claims that targeted sanctions were to blame. Speaking at a public accountability seminar in Harare on Monday Tsvangirai said; ‘Our problems emanated from mis-governance, the violent land reform and RBZ’s [...]

Missing Diamond Proceeds - Farai Rwodzi ,CFX/Interfin Bank Zimbabwe & Muponda ownership dispute Part 3 of 5

Mr Farai Rwodzi and Interfin Bank Holdings seem to be running out of excuses or scapegoats to blame for their poor judgement and general greed. This must be a first for people who are supposed to be running a Bank.
First Mr Rwodzi claimed to have paid me US 5.3 million ( http://www.newsday.co.zw/article/2010-08-25-interfin-acquires-13-of-starafrica ).When I denied [...]

Zuma urges end to Zimbabwe sanctions

BRUSSELS — South African President Jacob Zuma on Wednesday told European parliamentarians that lifting sanctions against Zimbabwe would help the country work through its political problems.

On his first trip to the parliament, Zuma told its foreign affairs committee that such a move would help efforts to turn around the situation in Zimbabwe which is emerging [...]

U.S. business association, Embassy honor top Zim companies

U.S. business association, Embassy honor top Zim companies

Harare, September 29, 2010: U.S. Ambassador Charles A. Ray and Fred Mutanda, Chairman of the American Business Association of Zimbabwe (ABAZ), today announced the winners of the first annual “Investing in Zimbabwe’s Future” Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Awards: Econet and African Sun Zimbabwe Limited.
The “Investing in Zimbabwe’s Future” Corporate Social Responsibility Awards are being launched [...]

Farai Rwodzi ,CFX/Interfin Bank Zimbabwe & Muponda ownership dispute Part 4 of 5

Since I have been documenting the ownership dispute between Mr Farai Rwodzi of Interfin Bank and myself and ENG Capital I have been getting queries as to why I am publicising this.In addition there have been suggestions that I am avoiding court whilst using the media.

This matter is already before the High Court [...]

SA wants EU to lift Zimbabwe sanctions

Johannesburg - South Africa will press again this week for the European Union to lift targeted sanctions against Zimbabwe, the country’s foreign affairs spokesperson Saul Kgomotso Molobi said.
President Jacob Zuma was scheduled to leave South Africa on Monday for a one-day annual EU-South Africa summit in Brussels the next day, followed by an official visit [...]

Farai Rwodzi and CFX/Interfin Bank Zimbabwe are misguided

Farai Rwodzi and Interfin Bank Zimbabwe are trying to blame me for their arrogance and incompetence as demonstrated by their illegal and irregular take over of my Bank Century/CFX.
The problem is that Mr Rwodzi is used to rely on political muscle and force to achieve deals but unfortunately this situation requires more than that.
In [...]

Farai Rwodzi ,CFX/Interfin Bank Zimbabwe & Muponda ownership dispute Part 2 of 5

Farai Rwodzi ,CFX/Interfin Bank Zimbabwe & Muponda ownership dispute Part 2 of 5

Mr Farai Rwodzi and Interfin Bank Holdings seem to be flip –flopping at an alarming rate for people who are supposed to be running a Bank. First Mr Rwodzi claimed to have paid me US 5.3 million ( http://www.newsday.co.zw/article/2010-08-25-interfin-acquires-13-of-starafrica ).When I denied ever receiving this money Interfin then changed their story to say They will [...]

Land reform has failed in South Africa

By 2010, land reform in South Africa is still having major problems. No positive outcome seems possible in the foreseeable future. Government is unhappy about the situation, new (mostly black) farmers are dissatisfied, and commercial farmers try to continue “in a state of constant stress and uncertainty”. This is the view of Dr Jan du [...]

Zimbabwe’s president cancels Ecuador trip

Zimbabwe’s president cancels Ecuador trip

HARARE, Zimbabwe — Zimbabwe state radio says President Robert Mugabe arrived home Sunday from the United Nations General Assembly in New York.
Mugabe canceled an onward trip to Ecuador where he was to receive an honorary doctorate in law from a discredited Christian university that has broken away from the mainstream Anglican Church in South America.
The [...]

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