UK: Zim health and social care Indaba set for Northampton 

By Staff Reporter ZIMBABWEAN professionals and businesses in the UK’s growing health and social care sector will have an opportunity to network with other players in the industry and learn new trends when they take part in the Health and Social Care Meet and Greet in Northampton on June 17. The event organised by WS

 ‘You have to travel from Byo to Hre and camp there for a week just to get a permit’ – Diaspora group on Zim business frustration

By UK Correspondent LONDON: The Harare government’s oft-repeated mantra is that ‘Zimbabwe is Open for Business’ and treasury chief, Professor Mthuli Ncube, last week led a delegation to the UK on a charm offensive aimed at attracting investment. However, while Zimbabwe is supposedly ‘Open for Business’, not enough is being done to improve the ‘ease

LONDON: Mthuli headlines Zim capital markets indaba

By Alois Vinga & UK Correspondent FINANCE Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube is expected to headline the two-day Zimbabwe Capital Markets Indaba scheduled for London this week which will be attended by more 300 public and private sector executives. Co-hosted by the Financial Markets Indaba (FMI) alongside the Zimbabwe Embassy in the United Kingdom dubbed the “Zimbabwe

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Zimbabwean Fikile Ryder named Catholic Social Services’ new director of community in Pennsylvania

By SCRANTON, Pennsylvania – After working for the last seven years as a Department of Justice Immigration Counselor & Immigration Program Coordinator for Catholic Charities of Southern Colorado, Fikile Ryder, is bringing her knowledge and expertise to Catholic Social Services of the Diocese of Scranton. Ryder, who has a Master of Science in Criminal

Zim diaspora group to host health and social care event in Kent

By Staff Reporter AN enterprising group of Zimbabweans living in the United Kingdom will be hosting a health and social care meet and greet in Kent early next month. The networking event in Kent will be one of a series of meet and greet after holding similar events last year. The meet and greet will bring

US: Nyasha Tunduwani on forming non-profit that helps Black-owned tech companies grow

By Nyasha Tunduwani, founder of Seattle-based solution provider Real Impact Technology Consulting, was born and raised in Zimbabwe. Both of his parents were first-generation business owners. He remembers his father always had an element of technology no matter what industry his father’s business was in. “My first exposure was playing games and programming on

From Zimbabwe to Australia: new KPMG partner had long road to the top

By Financial Review Growing up in a politically and economically turbulent Zimbabwe in the 1990s, KPMG’s newest partner, Kudzai Chipangura, does not have the same upbringing as most of his Sydney-born-and-bred colleagues. The tax expert is one of 68 new partners appointed to the big four consulting outfit’s top ranks since July – a positive

Zimbabwe-born Michelle Mura inspiring entrepreneurs around the world with her powerful story

By Michelle Mura is an inspiring entrepreneur and motivational speaker who was born in Zimbabwe and raised in Australia, who has achieved great success in modelling, beauty pageants and the creative industry. After receiving international awards for her work in the beauty industry, Michelle Mura had a vision to launch an empowering and inclusive

UK: Prof Thondhlana appointed to prestigious UNESCO role

By UK Correspondent ZIMBABWE-BORN academic Professor Juliet Thondhlana has been appointed to a top role at the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). The University of Nottingham (UoN) academic was named UNESCO Chair in International Education and Development, a role that will see her focus on “the key role of higher education in