NSSA holds on to Beitbridge Hotel

by www.herald.co.zw
Africa Moyo Business Reporter AS the National Social Security Authority (NSSA) board sifts through the wreckage of the previous management’s “calamitous” investment deals such as the Beitbridge Hotel and Celestial Park in Harare, a decision has been made to keep the assets until the Authority gets value from them. The NSSA board, led by Mr Robin Vela,...
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