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Chinese to invest US$15m in solar plant

Joseph Madzimure Senior ReporterA Chinese firm, Yaowei Technology will set up a US$15 million solar panel plant in Zimbabwe and produce about 500 solar...

Editorial Comment: Health sector on road to recovery

Three months ago, President Mnangagwa met with representatives of medical doctors to address challenges besetting the health sector. During the meeting, medical doctors’ representatives highlighted...

Minister reassures Industry…Surface Wilmar seeks Govt intervention …New policies to ensure swift export business

Michael Tome Business Reporter MINISTRY of Industry and Commerce Deputy Minister Raj Modi says his ministry will engage the Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube to craft...

25th meeting decisions matrix

16th JULY, 2019 The Joint Venture between the Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC) and Alrosa Overseas S.A. of Russia Cabinet considered and approved the Memorandum of...

Cotton producer price up 54pc

Martin Kadzere Senior Business Reporter THE country’s largest financier of cotton farmers, the Cotton Company of Zimbabwe (Cottco), has increased the producer price of the...

‘White Zulu’ Johnny Clegg dies

South African singer Johnny Clegg who died yesterday at the age of 66 after a long battle with pancreatic cancer will be remembered for...

Zimbabwe gov demands arrest of Foreign Minister’s UK attackers

President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government has requested the government of the United Kingdom to arrest the protestors who attacked Foreign Affairs Minister Sibusiso Busi Moyo...

Zimbabwe public worker strike on the cards after pay offer rejected

HARARE (Reuters) – Zimbabwe’s public sector workers on Tuesday night rejected the government’s latest pay offer as insufficient in the face of soaring consumer...

Zimbabwe union leaders gets mail bullets ahead of muted strikes

Peter Mutasa TWO senior Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) leaders claim to have been sent death threatening letters with bullets inside by suspected State...

IMF Chief Says Capitalism Needs ‘Course Correction’

David Lipton - IMF Rising anger at the increasing inequality blamed on globalization calls for a change of directions, acting IMF chief David Lipton said...
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