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How To Trade In Bitcoins? Steps You Must Follow!

Internet has changed the way how people make money these days. You can find many online jobs that allow you make money by sitting at your home. You can also consider the option of bitcoin trading to earn profits. Before getting into bitcoin trading, you should know all about bitcoin. It is the very first […]

By The NewsDay Jan. 9, 2021
A life-changing experience  with money-saving clubs
A life-changing experience with money-saving clubs

MONEY-SAVING clubs, popularly known as “round tables” in Zimbabwe, have turned out to be a life-changing experience for some people.

By The NewsDay Feb. 26, 2013
Purchasing and Supply: How to conduct a ‘value for money’ procurement audit

Compliance audit in procurement verifies if procedures were circumvented, if the record is complete and accurate, and if there is forgery or alteration of documents

By The NewsDay Dec. 31, 2012
Purchasing and Supply: How to conduct a ‘value for money’ procurement audit

Compliance audit in procurement verifies if procedures were circumvented, if the record is complete and accurate, and if there is forgery or alteration of documents

By The NewsDay Dec. 31, 2012
Timba in bid to block Afre rights issue

FORMER (Afre) chairperson Patterson Timba has opposed plans by the financial services group to undertake an $8,6 million rights issue.

By The NewsDay Oct. 16, 2012
Timba in bid to block Afre rights issue

FORMER (Afre) chairperson Patterson Timba has opposed plans by the financial services group to undertake an $8,6 million rights issue.

By The NewsDay Oct. 16, 2012
High demand for individual loans

Banking sector loans and advances to individuals amounted to 15% in 2011 indicating a huge appetite for loans despite the liquidity crunch. Loans to the agriculture sector amounted to (16%), manufacturing (18%), communication (16%), services (15%) mining 6,4% and distribution (17%). Presenting his Monetary Policy on Tuesday, central bank governor Gideon Gono however said despite […]

By The NewsDay Feb. 2, 2012
High demand for individual loans

Banking sector loans and advances to individuals amounted to 15% in 2011 indicating a huge appetite for loans despite the liquidity crunch. Loans to the agriculture sector amounted to (16%), manufacturing (18%), communication (16%), services (15%) mining 6,4% and distribution (17%). Presenting his Monetary Policy on Tuesday, central bank governor Gideon Gono however said despite […]

By The NewsDay Feb. 2, 2012
Incompetent, unprofessional pension administration

One of the key roles of pension scheme administration is to regularly inform and/or update pension scheme members about the amount of pension and other benefits that have accumulated in the fund to their account. This demonstrates and reassures members insurance companies are on target to meeting benefits specified in the rules of the respective […]

By The NewsDay Jan. 9, 2012
Another test

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By The NewsDay Jan. 6, 2012
Incompetent, unprofessional pension fund management

The recent past has seen increased numbers of publications and adverts on the subject of pensions and insurance by pension scheme management and insurance companies. The publications and adverts have largely been framed as educational, but clearly aimed at regaining the confidence of the public. The strategy comes against a background were many people, in […]

By The NewsDay Dec. 20, 2011
Incompetent, unprofessional pension fund management

The recent past has seen increased numbers of publications and adverts on the subject of pensions and insurance by pension scheme management and insurance companies. The publications and adverts have largely been framed as educational, but clearly aimed at regaining the confidence of the public. The strategy comes against a background were many people, in […]

By The NewsDay Dec. 20, 2011
Micro-finance institutions sprout

“Cash loans, cash loans, cash loans! screams an advert in a local daily. “Consumer loans! Your family deserves a proper bread basket this festive season. That is why we at FMC are here to cushion you against incidental expenses around Christmas time. Come and access affordable loans to cover that bread basket!” announces another. It […]

By The NewsDay Nov. 23, 2011
Micro-finance institutions sprout

“Cash loans, cash loans, cash loans! screams an advert in a local daily. “Consumer loans! Your family deserves a proper bread basket this festive season. That is why we at FMC are here to cushion you against incidental expenses around Christmas time. Come and access affordable loans to cover that bread basket!” announces another. It […]

By The NewsDay Nov. 23, 2011
CCZ warns consumers

The Consumer Council of Zimbabwe (CCZ) has warned consumers from being enticed to take loans and overspending ahead of the Christmas and New Year holidays as this could lead them into a debt trap. In a statement CCZ said consumers should spend their hard-earned money in a wise manner and not be gullible to every […]

By The NewsDay Nov. 15, 2011
Financial Sector Spotlight: When credit turns toxic

Thursday marks 10 days since the passing on of Retired General Solomon Tapfumaneyi Mujuru, a remarkable man by any standards. He has variously been described as a liberator, soldier, politician, strategist, advisor, businessman, man of the people and unifier all rolled into one. Like all of us ordinary mortals Mujuru had his faults, but given […]

By The NewsDay Aug. 24, 2011
Financial Sector Spotlight: When credit turns toxic

Thursday marks 10 days since the passing on of Retired General Solomon Tapfumaneyi Mujuru, a remarkable man by any standards. He has variously been described as a liberator, soldier, politician, strategist, advisor, businessman, man of the people and unifier all rolled into one. Like all of us ordinary mortals Mujuru had his faults, but given […]

By The NewsDay Aug. 24, 2011
Nurturing a culture of saving

A widely acknowledged effect of Zimbabwe’s “lost decade” is its corrosive effect on the proud culture of saving. Over the years, the savings culture was progressively pummelled into submission by inflation and finally consigned to an early grave by dollarisation in February 2009. Sadly, this ushered in a hand-to-mouth mode of existence for most people. […]

By The NewsDay Aug. 18, 2011
Dollarisation rekindles round-table system

Maxwell Matondo (42) had long given up hope of ever owning a personal car, until a suggestion from a friend rekindled that dream. Today, the married father of three is a proud owner of a 2000 Toyota Corolla valued at $7 500. Matondo says together with nine other friends, they decided to pool their financial […]

By The NewsDay Jul. 3, 2011
Dollarisation rekindles round-table system

Maxwell Matondo (42) had long given up hope of ever owning a personal car, until a suggestion from a friend rekindled that dream. Today, the married father of three is a proud owner of a 2000 Toyota Corolla valued at $7 500. Matondo says together with nine other friends, they decided to pool their financial […]

By The NewsDay Jul. 3, 2011
Dollarisation rekindles round-table system

Maxwell Matondo (42) had long given up hope of ever owning a personal car, until a suggestion from a friend rekindled that dream. Today, the married father of three is a proud owner of a 2000 Toyota Corolla valued at $7 500. Matondo says together with nine other friends, they decided to pool their financial […]

By The NewsDay Jul. 3, 2011
Dollarisation rekindles round-table system

Maxwell Matondo (42) had long given up hope of ever owning a personal car, until a suggestion from a friend rekindled that dream. Today, the married father of three is a proud owner of a 2000 Toyota Corolla valued at $7 500. Matondo says together with nine other friends, they decided to pool their financial […]

By The NewsDay Jul. 3, 2011
Pension you should get

NewsDay articles on pension matters generated significant public interest on how one can set about claiming what is truly their pension entitlement from their pension fund. The first step in a process to claim one’s full entitlement is to have the correct entitlement on the table. The entitlement from a pension fund could be one […]

By The NewsDay Jun. 19, 2011
Pension you should get

NewsDay articles on pension matters generated significant public interest on how one can set about claiming what is truly their pension entitlement from their pension fund. The first step in a process to claim one’s full entitlement is to have the correct entitlement on the table. The entitlement from a pension fund could be one […]

By The NewsDay Jun. 19, 2011
Pension you should get

NewsDay articles on pension matters generated significant public interest on how one can set about claiming what is truly their pension entitlement from their pension fund. The first step in a process to claim one’s full entitlement is to have the correct entitlement on the table. The entitlement from a pension fund could be one […]

By The NewsDay Jun. 19, 2011