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Manufacturing sector in dire need of support

Local manufacturing companies are under capacitated to supply mining consumables, due to capital constraints, obsolete equipment and high cost structures, mining executives have said. By...

Ushering in a new era of convergence . . . area codes, telephone numbers...

Chitungwiza, Juliasdale, Shurugwi and Chipangayi, the new era of convergence has arrived! These areas have now been upgraded and have new area codes ushering a...

SI64 saves Zimbabwe $1bn on imports

Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa Zimbabwe has reduced its import bill by $1 billion since the enactment of Statutory Instrument 64 of 2016, which restricts...

Schweppes engages more outgrowers

The Chronicle Michael Tome/Kudakwashe Mhundwa, Harare BureauSchweppes Zimbabwe Limited intends to expand tomato and orange outgrower schemes as the company continues to bolster participation of...

AfDB debt mission heads for Zim

A TEAM from the African Development (AfDB) will tomorrow hold a meeting with civil society organisations and development partners on Zimbabwe’s debt and arrears...

Dairibord revenue growth up 17pc. . . Sachikonye replaces Tsumba as board chair

Dr Leonard Tsumba Codelia Mondela, Business ReporterDAIRIBORD Holdings Limited has appointed Mr Josphat Sachikonye as new board chairman replacing Dr Leonard Tsumba who retired five...

New Finance Bill to hold firms’ directors accountable

The Chronicle Natasha Chamba, Business ReporterDIRECTORS of abandoned or closed companies are now accountable for tax debts of such companies following the crafting of the...

Manicaland to double cotton production

Samuel Kadungure and Freedom MutandaMANICALAND is set to double its cotton production for next season – as the current record crop, unprecedented high prices...

Mineral exports up 25% in 9 months

ZIMBABWE’s mineral export earnings increased by 25,1% to $1,692 billion as at September 15, 2017, buoyed by the increase in all minerals production across...

Barclays hirings under US scrutiny

The US Department of Justice (DoJ) is scrutinising whether Barclays breached antitrust laws by promising to stop poaching JPMorgan Chase bankers, in another blow...
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