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5 days ago | March 22, 2019

NSSA to hold engineers symposium

The National Social Security Authority (NSSA) will next week convene an engineers’ workshop to provide a platform for ...

Foreign partners ditch telecom firms . . . Local companies ...

Zimbabwe’s telecommunication companies are being deserted by their foreign partners that service and upgrade their ...

Inside Nyanga tourist resort

The road turns and twists with the dictates of geomorphology and the driver has to endure spectacular curves. Huge rocks ...

Justice Bere in Meikles judgment storm

Meikles Limited executive chairman John Moxon has appealed to the Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee decision absolving ...

Agribank looks for strategic partner . . . US$25m injection required

Government has given the green light to State-owned Agriculture Development Bank, Agribank, for it to start scouting for ...

Dairibord to exit Malawi

Dairibord Holdings Limited has finally decided to offload its loss making subsidiary Dairibord Malawi after efforts to ...

Did you know? . . . Retracing CBZ Bank’s footprints

One of Zimbabwe’s leading banks offering a wide range of financial services, CBZ Bank Limited, has gone through a long ...

Disaster preparedness for small business

Recent unfortunate events in our nation lead us to reflect these past two weeks on the important issue of disaster ...

Why Zim should worry about trade deficits

In March 2018, while announcing his new tariff plans which eventually led to a full scale trade war against China, ...

RBZ avails RTGS$21m for small-scale mining

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has availed RTGS$21,7 million to assist women and youths in small-scale mining to ...

Don’t complicate salespeople’s job

The best salespeople have always been knowledgeable, empathic, and helpful. They seek to uncover and capitalise on any ...

Mash Holdings pins growth on small towns

Property concern — Mashonaland Holdings is looking at smaller towns for property development as part of its growth strategy.

Arda targets 20k pecan trees by June

The flagship pecan nut project in Matabeleland North province, is well on course with the Agricultural and Rural ...

Is Truworths prone to credit risk?

Clothing retailer Truworths posted an 18,7 percent rise in revenues to $10,21 million in the half-year to January 6, ...

How to bounce back from bad financial record

As the markets continue to tighten more companies are looking for working capital to keep their operations going, ...

Let’s grow sugar bean, it pays

Do not let anyone fool you, farming pays and pays big! But, some fundamentals have to be true! One of the key ...

Duty rebate on donated goods

Zimbabwe is among the Southern African countries that were affected by Cyclone Idai which caused a trail of destruction ...

CTC expects more mergers, acquisitions in 2019

The Competition and Tariff Commission (CTC) is expecting to see more mergers and acquisitions in 2019 after the ...

2 weeks ago | March 15, 2019

February month on month inflation at 1.67%

The month on month inflation rate in February 2019 was 1.67 percent shedding 9.08 percentage points on the January 2019 ...

Tobacco marketing season to open soon

The much awaited tobacco marketing season opens on Wednesday next week on the back of a prolonged dry spell that could ...