Chamisa Was Anointed By Tsvangirai

MDC leader Nelson Chamisa said he is the only one who was told the vision of the party by the late founding father Morgan Tsvangirai and he is not going anywhere. Chamisa told MDC members during the party meeting in Harare on Tuesday night that Tsvangirai anointed him as his successor, shutting doors for his rivals who want to contest him at the forthcoming congress. “Mudhara Tsvangirai akasiya andipa chinhu ichi (Tsvangirai gave me this crown). The vision is given to one person only not to many, we are following…

ED Ducks Controversial Chief Bere Installation

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa chose to steer clear of controversy after he ducked the installation of Chief Bere on Tuesday. Masvingo Provincial Affairs minister Ezra Chadzamira, instead, officiated at the event in place of Mnangagwa at Bere Secondary School in Mashava. No explanation was given for the no-show. According to a letter by district administrator (DA) Roy Hove, Mnangagwa was supposed to officiate at the event. Hove courted controversy by ordering schools to recall pupils from holidays so that they provide entertainment during Mnangagwa’s visit. The installation went ahead despite a…

FBC Adds Venture Capital To Its Portfolio, PAT Nearly Doubles

FBC Holdings Limited has established a venture capital business to invest in start-ups as the institution seeks to diversify revenue streams. The company nearly doubled its profit-after-tax to US$44,43 million last year from a 2017 comparative of US$23,24m. Chief executive John Mushayavanhu told NewsDay on the sidelines of an analysts briefing that the FBC group was currently assessing proposals and applications. “We realised there was a missing link in terms of the capital requirements in terms of SMEs (small-to-medium enterprises) because the tendency is for people to think that when…

I didn’t Quit Music: Qounfuzed

DANCEHALL chanter Qounfuzed, who appeared to have disappeared from the scene, yesterday, said he had not quit music and is releasing three singles from his forthcoming album scheduled for next year. The Ndakusuwa hitmaker told NewsDay Life & Style that he had been focusing on his studies, which is why he appeared to have taken a back seat from music. “Currently, l am focusing on my studies, which is the reason why l haven’t been releasing as frequently as l used to, but l always try to put something out to my loyal…