Obert Chifamba Associate Editor THE 2018 tobacco marketing season got underway last Wednesday. And the highest price fetched on the day was $4, 90 per kilogramme. Not bad for first deliveries, if you know what I mean. Of course many farmers will be delivering primings and most of the early harvested leaves on the first […]
Rumbidzayi Zinyuke Business reporter Besides running one of the biggest edible oil refineries in the country, Willowton Zimbabwe has taken a bold step towards empowering women in Manicaland, as it has adopted a deliberate policy to employ more women. The company launched its $40 million refinery plant in Mutare’s Nyakamete industrial area, one of the […]
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Liberty Dube Post Correspondent PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa is today (Friday) expected to officially open cooking oil and soap production plant Willowton Zimbabwe situated in Mutare’s Nyakamete industrial area.
Derick Tsimba Post Corrrespondent Zimbabwe’s tourism industry has the potential to turn around the economy through increased tourism activities at the country’s tourism resort areas.
Business Reporter The National Payment System has registered more than 170 percent jump in the volumes of payments made through Point of Sale (POS) machines as the use of plastic money in Zimbabwe continues to grow due to liquidity shortages that have characterized the economy over the past two years.
Sharon Chigeza Post Correspondent WOMEN in Mutare have formed the first Bakers Guild that seeks to enhance quality of products and improve baking skills in bakers across the city.
Kudzanai Gerede Business Correspondent With improved investment interest into the country in recent months, the mining industry remains one of the most sort-after sectors earmarked to speed the country’s economic revival, but stalling in the amendment of archaic Mines and Minerals Act remains a major disservice to the growth and future prospects of the sector.
Lovemore Kadzura Business Correspondent MINISTER for Manicaland Provincial Affairs Minister Senator Monica Mutsvangwa said Government is committed to support struggling business to get back to their feet as part of initiatives to revive the national economy.