Kudzanai Gerede Business Correspondent Government is considering giving local authorities the green light to issue infrastructure bonds that will help create adequate accommodation for the rapidly rising small to medium enterprise sector.
Lovemore Kadzura Business Correspondent Young and business-minded entrepreneurs with bankable and viable projects are set to benefit immensely from the recently formed Government backed Youth Empowerment Bank.
Rumbidzayi Zinyuke Senior Business Reporter The Zimbabwe Revenue authority has been authorised to sell fiscal devices, a move that will considerably reduce the price of the gadgets and mitigate shortages that were created as approved suppliers failed to meet the rising demand of the gadgets.
The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) introduced the Electronic Cargo Tracking System (ECTS), becoming the fifth Revenue Administration in Africa to have such an operational Electronic Cargo Tracking and Monitoring System.
Blessing Rwizi Post Correspondent THE Ministry of Agriculture in collaboration with development partners, has successfully restored Chieza wetland, which had long been devastated by animals and human activities over the years.
Kudzanai Gerede Business Reporter The extension of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe bond notes export incentive scheme by US$300 million under the standby liquidity support from Afrexim bank starting from September the first has raised hope that the intervention will liquefy the economy and recapitalise depressed export production.
Blessing Rwizi Post Correspondent APICULTURE has changed lives of 98 families in the drought prone and poverty stricken area of Buhera where they are producing at least 500 litres of honey every month.
What is Fiscalisation? Fiscalisation refers to the use of fiscal devices to record taxable transactions and other tax information on the read-only fiscal memory at the time of sale for Value Added Tax (VAT) purposes. It was introduced in Zimbabwe on June 8, 2010 through Statutory Instrument 104 of 2010.
Samuel Kadungure and Freedom Mutanda MANICALAND is set to double its cotton production for next season – as the current record crop, unprecedented high prices and increased Government support – have set cotton growers who had abandoned the crop out of frustration on a comeback.