HARARE, June 22 (The Source) – Zimbabwe’s largest media group,Zimpapers, says that it has budgeted capital expenditure of $3,8 million for 2017 and has so far spent $780,000 on equipment and property development.
By Danforth Austin and Barbara Frye – Turkey’s president, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, is cracking down on Turkish civil society following the failed coup in July. Beyond purging thousands of military officers, judges, and educators, the government has issued arrest warrants for dozens of journalists, and… Read More
The Source News Agency is looking for an intern to join its Harare-based editorial team. This is an excellent opportunity for a prospective financial journalist to work with industry leading journalists. The contract period is for at least six months and the successful candidate will… Read More
By Cris Chinaka, CHIREDZI (Reuters) – Deep in Zimbabwe’s drought-stricken rural district of Chiredzi, news of the biggest protests against President Robert Mugabe in a decade reached Peter Mufaro only after a week. The demonstrations in Zimbabwe’s towns and cities are being organised through social… Read More
HARARE, June 21 (The Source) – The Source, an independent business and financial online news agency, was launched on Friday at a local hotel amid calls by finance minister, Patrick Chinamasa for factual and responsible reporting on economic issues. “I want to encourage you (The… Read More
HARARE, June 21 (The Source) – Finance minister, Patrick Chinamasa on Friday said government will maintain the multi-currency system introduced five years ago until certain macroeconomic fundamentals, including the build-up of forex or mineral reserves, were addressed. There had been speculation about the return of… Read More