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Legal wrangle stalls US$1,4bn Kamativi project

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The Chronicle Oliver Kazunga, Senior Business Reporter THE US$1,4 billion lithium mining project in Matabeleland North faces a fresh hurdle after Beijing Pinchang approached the Supreme...

Councils taken to task

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The Chronicle Michael Magoronga, Midlands Correspondent LOCAL authorities should channel devolution funds towards improving infrastructure and creating a friendly investment climate, Midlands Provincial Affairs Minister, Senator...

US$11bn rail project for Zim, Zambia, Moza

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The Chronicle UNITED States-based Railnet International plans to invest an estimated US$11 billion in a modern railway line and high-speed trains linking Zambia, Zimbabwe and...

South Africa rand crumbles

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The Chronicle SOUTH Africa’s rand tumbled to a four-year low yesterday, joining a global sell-off in riskier assets as the coronavirus outbreak continued to spread...

Cassava brings back US-dollar remittance agents

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The Chronicle Prosper Ndlovu, Business Editor LISTED digital solutions concern, Cassava Smartech, says it would start issuing out hard cash through its Sasai remit agency network...

Mining firms fingered in tax evasion

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The Chronicle Prosper Ndlovu, Business Editor THE country could be losing millions in potential revenue through tax evasion among other underhand dealings involving players in the...

JUST IN: Sasai takes app to Matabeleland, introduces local languages

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The Chronicle Prosper Ndlovu, Business Editor CASSAVA Fintech International’s Sasai has introduced over 50 African languages and close to 80 languages across the globe, which has...

Angry organisations not productive

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The Chronicle Davies Ndumiso Sibanda MANY chief executive officers unknowingly run angry organisations that are characterized by low morale, fear and low productivity as they drive...

JUST IN: NetOne comes to the rescue of Binga flood victims

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The Chronicle Own Correspondent ZIMBABWE’s second largest mobile network operator, NetOne, has donated a consignment of goodies worth thousands of dollars to flood victims in Binga...

RBZ sets ceiling for reserve money growth

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The Chronicle Business Reporter THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) says it will maintain a tight monetary stance targeting reserve money growth not exceeding 15 percent...
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