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Thursday, July 18, 2019

Water crisis hits Bulawayo businesses

The Chronicle Pride Mahlangu, Business Reporter THE business community in Bulawayo will meet the city council executives today to discuss the prolonged shut down in water...

Zimra on course to surpass $4,8bn target

The Chronicle Thupeyo Muleya in BeitbridgeTHE Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) is well on course to surpass its half year revenue collection target with the final...

‘9 000MW needed for Vision 2030’

The Chronicle Oliver Kazunga, Senior Business ReporterZIMBABWE requires an additional 9 000 megawatts of power to support economic activities that will drive the country towards...

Power cuts cripple informal sector

The Chronicle Pride Mahlangu, Business ReporterTHE incessant power cuts being experienced across the country have hit the informal sector hardest with players now spending long...

Streamline export processes: ZimTrade

The Chronicle Oliver Kazunga, Senior Business Reporter ZIMBABWE’s trade development and export promotion agency, ZimTrade, says there is a need for the country to streamline export...

Pre-qualification of prospective bidders for Bulawayo station project complete

The Chronicle Oliver Kazunga, Senior Business ReporterTWO Indian companies have pre-qualified for the tendering process that was done in that country to find a suitable...

Chasi pushes for duty free solar equipment imports

The Chronicle Sukulwenkosi Dube-Matutu , Gwanda Correspondent ENERGY and Power Development Minister, Advocate Fortune Chasi, says modalities are being put in place to ensure solar products...

‘Long-term interest rates won’t spike’

The Chronicle Tawanda Musarurwa, Harare Bureau Zimbabwe’s fiscal and monetary authorities say the removal of the cap on banks’ lending rates will only affect short-term borrowings while...

Air Zim signs flights deal

The Chronicle Business ReporterNATIONAL carrier Air Zimbabwe has signed an agreement with a Botswana headquartered privately-owned aviation company, Mack Air, to launch a domestic and...

Simbisa Brands slashes prices. . . More businesses expected to do so

The Chronicle Oliver Kazunga, Senior Business Reporter LISTED quick service business, Simbisa Brands, has set the pace by slashing prices of its major products by 20 percent...
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