ZiFM Stereo Current Affairs

ZIFM STEREO  |  Podcast , ±29 min episodes every 4 days  |  Broadcast schedule  | 
Stay up to date with the most topical and interesting current affairs discussions in the country, from in-depth looks at Zimbabwe's history and culture, to hard-hitting talk shows with the country's leaders, this is how you keep up to date with what's going on around you!

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The Platform: Rufaro Stadium Deal Fallout

In this episode Larry Kwirirayi was joined by Harare City Council Mayor His Worship Jacob Mafume to discuss on stillbirth deal of Harare City Council and Sakunda Holdings on the renovations of Rufaro Stadium.

Business Unusual: Tourism

In this episode Mona-Lisa Dube was joined by the CEO of Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA), Winnie Muchanyuka to discuss more on the tourism sector.

Business Unusual: Housing In Africa

In this episode Mona-Lisa Dube has a chat Shelter Afrique Managing Director, Kingsley Muwowo, Minister of Housing and Social Amenities, Daniel Garwe and Beta Holdings Group Chief Executive, Godfrey Manhambara to discuss on housing issues in Africa.

Business Unusual: Tax Inequality

In this episode Mona-Lisa Dube has a chat with Director For Vendors Initiative For Social And Economic Transformation (VISET), Samuel Wadzai, Director For Sprout Women Empowerment Trust, Caroline Mutimbanyoka and The Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Budget and Finance Chairperson, Honourable Matthew Nyashanu. Together they discuss further on tax inequality.

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