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Monday, September 23, 2019

Reprieve for taxpayers, firms to get incentives

The Chronicle Prosper Ndlovu, Business EditorGOVERNMENT has extended a string of fiscal incentives to consolidate growth of the productive sectors and provided relief to tax...

Poultry feed production slumps

Poultry feed production went down by about 23% during the first quarter of this year, compared to the same period last year, Zimbabwe Poultry...

‘Huge govt wage bill contributing to cash crisis’

A SENIOR consultant and economist with the Office of the President and Cabinet (OPC) says monthly government wage payments are contributing to a growing...

Scramble for upmarket houses at auction

A TOTAL of 19 upmarket houses in Bulawayo were sold on Friday after their owners failed to service loans, mostly to banking institutions.The houses,...

1 million hectares earmarked for gold mining

THE GOVERNMENT is in the process of releasing one million hectares of land for gold mining purposes in all the country’s provinces to boost...

Byo grapples with $160m funding gap

Councillor Martin Moyo Oliver Kazunga, Senior Business ReporterBULAWAYO City Council has a funding gap of about $160 million after it secured a $37 million grant...

Support Zim, urges UN

NEW YORK — The United Nations (UN) has called for greater international support and investment in Zimbabwe with a new administration in place and...

Inaugural AU-UN wildlife summit set for Victoria Falls

The Chronicle Business Reporter HEADS of State and Cabinet ministers from at least 30 African countries have registered to take part in the inaugural African Union...

Cheap imports choke cement producers

Cheap cement imports continue to flood the local market despite government having introduced a heavy import duty on the product to tame the tide,...

NSSA to sell St Tropez flatsLaz

Property Reporter THE National Social Security Authority has completed the refurbishment of demo-units at its St Tropez residential flats to be sold by the...
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