Strive Masiyiwa

  • Letters

    Goeff Nyarota in desperate plea to Strive Masiyiwa

    By Geoff Nyarota Last Sunday I dwelt on the depressing theme of the hardship that journalists often endure for failing to toe the ill-defined line drawn by intolerant politicians. Newspaper editors must be the most vulnerable of workers. Volumes have been written on that painful subject. Less ventilated, though, are similar concerns over the suffering inflicted on journalists by players…

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  • Markets

    Strive Masiyiwa watching Zambia under Hichilema for investment

    ZIMBABWEAN businessman Strive Masiyiwa says the Zambia transition is “African class” and he will be watching new President Hakainde Hichilema’s policies to decide on possible new investment in the country. Masiyiwa owns Liquid Intelligent Technologies, Africa’s largest fibre company, which has operations in Zambia and across the continent. “Like most Africans, I had my eyes fixed this last week on…

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  • Business Briefs

    Africa’s billionaires: Masiyiwa remains in the top 18 Forbes rich list

    AMERICAN business magazine Forbes has released the latest rankings of Africa’s billionaires who are numbering 18 and have a total worth of over $80 billion. Highlights of the latest list are that Nigeria’s Aliko Dangote tops the list of the wealthiest Africans for the tenth year in a row thanks to a 30% increase in the share price of his…

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