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Gold output drops Small scale miners hardest hit

Minister Patrick Chinamasa Prosper Ndlovu, Business EditorZIMBABWE recorded 11 percent decline in gold deliveries in the month of February after heavy rains disrupted most mining...

What is RBZ’s role in this vignette of tossing tobacco farmers around?

Obert ChifambaI hear tobacco farmers recently staged a demonstration at Tobacco Sales Floor (TSF) over banks’ refusal to allow them cash withdrawals of up...

Employers, employees headache as salaries, wages get eroded

The Chronicle Davies Ndumiso Sibanda, Labour Matters SALARIES and wages are giving both employers and employees headaches as they battle with inflation trying to keep businesses afloat...

Clothing manufacturers bemoan unfair competition

The Chronicle Oliver Kazunga, Senior Business Reporter LOCAL clothing manufacturers have expressed concern over unfair competition from some of their counterparts within Sadc who are exporting into...

Choppies sells ailing SA operations

The Chronicle BOTSWANA grocery retailer, Choppies Enterprises, will sell its loss-making South African operations for only a rand to escape existing liabilities and inject 100...

Enough of chancers, clowns and confusionists

It’s not quiet on the political front in Zimbabwe. echoes: CONWAY TUTANI Conway Tutani What with down-and-out former Zanu PF stalwart Didymus Mutasa going back, with his...

Big boost for Kariba South project

Golden Sibanda Senior Business Reporter —POWER utility, Zesa Holdings yesterday took delivery of $7 million worth of key hydro power plant electrical equipment from China...

Zim to cluster value chains

Deputy Minister Mabuwa Business Reporter ZIMBABWE is working on re-arranging the 12 value chains it identified into the three clusters that have been prioritised by...

Zera threatens to destroy incandescent lights

The Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (Zera) has threatened to seize and destroy incandescent lighting products, as it intensifies the campaign for the use of...

Zimbabwe to compel mining companies to spend 75pct revenue locally in new indigenisation framework

BULAWAYO,– Government is in the process of amending the indigenisation policy, which will see all mining companies compelled to spend 75 percent of their...
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