The Weekend In Business : Companies Bill Redraft, DEMO Africa & ZSE’s Turnover Issues

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Back to the Drawing Board. . .Companies Bill sent back for Redrafting

GOVERNMENT is redrafting the Companies Bill after it emerged the last version compiled by the World Bank — a technical partner in the project —- did not incorporate most stakeholder recommendations.

SOURCE: The Sunday Mail

Pensioners one step closer to closure

THE first draft report on the conversion of pension and insurance values during the transition from the Zimbabwe dollar to the multi-currency system was submitted to Government last week, raising expectations that the findings will be made public soon.

SOURCE: The Sunday Mail

Zimbabwe to host regional startup meetup for DEMO Africa 2017

Some good news for local startups looking for exposure and the opportunity to secure investors –  DEMO Africa 2017 is now open for applications with Zimbabwe set to take part on the buildup to the conference.


ZSE turnover doubles as $1 million Delta shares change hands

The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange’s market turnover grew by 143,15 percent in the week from $2,34 last week to $5,69 million largely attributable to Delta, which traded shares worth $1,18 million, representing 21 percent of the total market turnover.

SOURCE: The Source


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