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Mushosho to head Old Mutual Africa business

Mr Jonas Mushosho Business ReporterOld Mutual Emerging Markets has appointed Jonas Mushosho to the position of chief executive for their Rest of Africa business. The...

Zimra officials undergo training

Government is training Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) officials on how to closely monitor accounts and analyse financial statements of conglomerates operating in Zimbabwe in...

Zim ‘inflation’ imported: RBZ

Business ReporterABOUT 58 percent of factors that pushed headline inflation rate in Zimbabwe into negative territory were external forces the country has no control...

Govt moves on capital outflows

The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) is training its personnel to be able to analyse financial accounts of multi-national corporations as Treasury moves to stem...

Small scale gold miners on centre stage

Business CorrespondentMANICALAND small scale gold miners are now boldly riding on the wave of the Indigenisation and Economic Empowerment Act and have become the...

Midlands surpasses Zim-Asset housing target: 50 000+ homeseekers get serviced stands

Minister Jason Machaya Patrick Chitumba, Midlands Bureau ChiefTHE Midlands Province has surpassed the 50 000 serviced stands and housing development target for low income earners...

Export targeting not an end in itself: BMI

Increasing exports alone will not be an end in itself in Zimbabwe as structural weaknesses within the country’s balance of payments position and weak...

Tile, brick manufacturing plant awaits approval

Tinashe Makichi Business ReporterWORK on the construction of the $50 million tile and brick manufacturing plant in Gweru is set to commence after Government approved...

Lesaffre injects over $3m into Anchor Yeast

Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa cuts the ribbon to launch Lesaffre Zimbabwe’s baking centre in Harare yesterday, while flanked by Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa (left)...

Emerging economies to dwarf developed markets by 2050: PwC

LONDON – Emerging economies could be twice the size of developed markets by 2050, growing to make up almost 50 percent of world gross...
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