Kudzanai Gerede Business Correspondent The country is poised for major gains from a resurgent mining sector, which since beginning of the year has received massive capital injection from Government towards equipment, exploration and restructuring of gold, coal, diamond and chrome sub-sectors.
Blessing Rwizi Farming Correspondent CHIMANIMANI West farmers are bemoaning the shortage of farming inputs, which is affecting preparations amid fears of a poor agricultural yield this coming season.
The recent weakening of the rand against the dollar is more likely a case of dollar strength than rand weakness, according to Nick Downing of Overberg Asset Management. In early afternoon trade on Monday, the rand stood at R13,79 to the dollar.
Blessing Rwizi Farming Correspondent THE Tobacco Research Board has challenged tobacco farmers in Manicaland to embrace the use of the greenhouse float system to produce high quality tobacco seedlings for planting.
Blessing Rwizi Post Correspondent RUSAPE-BASED Working for Bees (W4B) honey producing company walked away with three awards at the just-ended 107th edition of the Manicaland Agricultural Show. This year’s edition ran from September 27 to October 1, under the theme: “Sustainable Industrial and Agricultural Innovations Through Renewable Energy”.
Stephen Ephraem Business Correspondent IN a move that will see rural communities around the Great Limpopo Trans-Frontier Conservation Area benefiting, a Chiredzi-based non-profit organisation has received support to host a proposed transboundary intercommunity exchange forum.
Kudzanai Gerede Business Correspondent Retailers have pledged to slash prices of basic food staffs which have been unjustifiably escalated following false messages of impending food shortages that circulated on various social media platforms this past weekend leading to panic buying by consumers.
Tendai Gukutikwa Business Correspondent HUNDREDS of Econet Wireless’ mobile money-based micro-insurance service Ecosure subscribers walked away with prizes in the first three-monthly promotion draws held at Meikles Park in Mutare last Saturday.
Business Reporter THE star continues to shine for the Mutasa-born Herentals Group of Colleges and Schools’ chief executive Dr Innocent Dambudzo Benza and his wife, Mrs Patience Benza, after being named 2017 businessman and businesswoman of the year respectively.