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Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Forex retention to stay — RBZ

The Chronicle Oliver Kazunga, Senior Business Reporter THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) says the prevailing foreign currency retention levels on gold export proceeds will remain in...

Tour de Tuli expedition underway

The Chronicle Thupeyo Muleya in Beitbridge THE annual three nations’ Tour de Tuli tourism expedition roared into life yesterday with visitors drawn from different countries across...

Mine workers get salary adjustment

The Chronicle Harare Bureau THE Chamber of Mines of Zimbabwe has acceded to workers’ demands for salary adjustments and agreed to settle for a 35 percent...

Power cuts escalate telecoms costs: Econet

The Chronicle Business Reporter THE crippling power outages being experienced across the country have escalated operational costs and compromised the quality of service delivery in the...

ZMF urges Government to speed up Mines Bill amendment process

The Chronicle Michael Magoronga  GOVERNMENT should speed up the amendment process to the Mines and Minerals Amendment Bill to create a proper legal framework that will...

Government targets 10pc merchandise export growth rate

The Chronicle Pamela Shumba, Senior Business Reporter GOVERNMENT has set a 10 percent target on merchandise export growth per annum by positioning the industrial sector towards export...

Diaspora key in attaining Vision 2030: Minister

The Chronicle Business Reporter GOVERNMENT takes the diaspora community as a critical sector that cannot be left out in the country’s turnaround strategy and achievement of...

Bailout for closed & ailing mines

The Chronicle Pamela Shumba, Senior Business Reporter GOVERNMENT has pledged to facilitate the resuscitation of closed and distressed mines in the country as part of broader efforts...

PepsiCo to buy South Africa’s Pioneer Food for $1.7bln

The Chronicle JOHANNESBURG — PepsiCo has struck a deal to buy South Africa’s Pioneer Food Group for $1.7 billion, the companies said on Friday, lifting...
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