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Monday, December 10, 2018

‘Country not ready to liberalise bond note exchange rate’

The Chronicle Prosper Ndlovu/Kudzai Chikiwa, Business ReportersTHE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has said the country is not ready to liberalise the bond note exchange...

Indian firm to set up shop in Bulawayo

The Chronicle Stanford Chiwanga in Gujarat, IndiaA LEADING Indian plastic products manufacturing company, Kanku International, plans to set up shop in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe’s second largest...

No change for platinum, diamond ownership rules

The Chronicle LONDON — Zimbabwe does not plan to change its ownership rules for diamonds and platinum, Mines and Mining Development Minister, Winston Chitando, said...

Caledonia praises ED

The Chronicle Oliver Kazunga, Senior Business ReporterAIM-listed mining group, Caledonia Mining Corporation, has showered praises on the Government for taking bold steps in implementing investment...

More exemptions on two cents tax

The Chronicle Business EditorTREASURY has proposed further exemptions to the Intermediated Money Transfer Tax of two cents per dollar transacted following widespread stakeholder concerns and...

Premier converts $300k director’s loan

The Chronicle Natasha Chamba, Business ReporterMULTI-COMMODITY mining and natural resource development company, Premier African Minerals, has converted a $300 000 loan availed by one of...

Govt gazettes five SEZs

The Chronicle Sukulwenkosi Dube-Matutu, Gwanda Correspondent GOVERNMENT has gazetted five areas in the country that have been designated as Special Economic Zones (SEZs) with more expected...

India to offer Zim jewellery manufacturing scholarships

The Chronicle Stanford Chiwanga in Jaipur, India THE Indian Institute of Gems and Jewellery (IIGJ) in Jaipur has made a commitment to help Zimbabwe acquire skills...

‘Corruption derails Zimbabwe economy’…Challenges mainly to do with ethics & values, says ASI

The Chronicle Prosper Ndlovu, Business EditorPROFESSIONAL malpractice and corrupt dealings are major drawbacks to economic progress and Zimbabweans need to embrace integrity for the country...

Privatisation to yield $350m

The Chronicle Mashudu Netsianda, Senior Business ReporterTHE Government is expected to reap proceeds of up to $350 million in 2019 from the privatisation of key...
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