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09 March 2017

Women have received a major boost from the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe which has put in place initiatives that will see them receiving more than $75 million for various projects.

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07 March 2017

FBC Building Society has spent over $37 million in mortgage loans to fund its housing projects across the country.

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28 February 2017

FBC Building Society’s Masotsha Ndhlovu cluster homes Phase 5 project in Waterfalls, which began mid last year, is nearing completion with units already on sale.

When The Herald Property Guide visited the project, men were busy working on the pavements.

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22 February 2017

In the past, micro-finance institutions in Zimbabwe were known for being the saviours of financially struggling individuals, to whom they would lend small amounts at extortionist interest rates of as much as 100 percent, particularly in January when many people would have run

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22 February 2017

Borrowing money is a serious decision which deserves your time and consideration. Responsible borrowing can help you achieve certain goals and can improve your lifestyle.

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15 February 2017

Economic conditions in a country determine the quality of clients that banks will acquire. In stable economies, bank clients are of good quality and credit culture is well established in society.

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15 February 2017

Financial services firm, FBC Building Society is this year targeting to develop three upmarket housing projects in Harare in line with its vision of providing world class residential properties.

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13 February 2017

The World Bank has appointed Paul Noumba Um as the new country director for seven African countries including Zimbabwe.

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27 January 2017

THE Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries will approach Government with draft legislation to push for the adoption of the South African rand over the US dollar as the main transacting currency.

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27 January 2017

The World Bank has forecast strong gains for metals and commodities in 2017 due to tightening supply and strengthening demand, which could boost African economies that rely on raw commodity exports.

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