Business

1 week ago | August 9, 2019

Sugar bean farmers cry foul over prices

SUGAR bean farmers at Musikavanhu Irrigation Scheme in Chipinge are fretting over unavailability of buyers for their ...

2 weeks ago | August 2, 2019

SMEs advised to invest in research

Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Manicaland have been urged to invest in research and development to create quality ...

Tourism industry reeling from fuel, electricity shortages

The current shortage of fuel being experienced in the country is negatively affected the tourism industry, a development ...

Whistleblower facility in ZIMRA

Do you know that you can, in secret and extreme confidentiality, provide information on tax evasion to ZIMRA as a ...

3 weeks ago | July 26, 2019

Tobacco exports up

ZIMBABWE has, as at Friday 19 July, exported 68 million kilogrammes of tobacco valued at US$261 million, the Tobacco ...

Firms holding wheat come under fire

THE Minister of Lands, Agriculture, Water, Climate and Rural Settlement Retired Air Marshal Perence Shiri has blasted ...

Zim fish farming to excel in the SADC region

Zimbabwe has the potential to become one of the region’s biggest fish producers with a vibrant aqua-culture in the SADC ...

Rebate of duty on inherited goods

Certain goods belonging to a deceased person who has been resident outside Zimbabwe can be brought into the country duty ...

4 weeks ago | July 19, 2019

Dairy sector on the rebound: Minister

STAKEHOLDERS in the dairy sector on Wednesday converged in Nyanga to witness the launch of the dairy value chain which ...

Small coffee farmers back to resurgent crop

David Muganyura smells the coffee cherries on the slopes of his plot and breaks into a smile, as he chats to workers ...

Manicaland expects high wheat yield

Farmers in Manicaland Province are expecting a high wheat yield this year after receiving inputs from government.

1 month ago | July 12, 2019

Timber industry vital to GDP contribution

Zimbabwe is capable of increasing forest cover from 41 percent to beyond 46 percent or even 55 percent by 2030, a ...

Zim conducts first Treasury Bill auction in a decade

The Zimbabwean government on Tuesday con-ducted its first Treasury Bill (TB) auction in over a decade, described by ...

1 month ago | July 5, 2019

ZNCC award winners outstanding in CSR

TWO Mutare innovative entrepreneurs, Mr Tendai Chitowa, and Mr Lovemore Mwandimutsira, who scooped the corporate social ...

DZL suspends milk import plans from Mozambique

AN OUTBREAK of mastitis, a dairy cow disease, has put on hold Dairibord Zimbabwe Limited’s plans to import 225 000 ...