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.
A non-resident artiste or entertainer is a foreign person who visits Zimbabwe with the intention of carrying on a trade for a limited period of time. The trade is usually that of a professional sportsperson, musician, performer, actor, dancer, comedian and other trades of similar description.
Fungayi Munyoro Business Correspondent FAMILY First Choice Butchery, winners of the best butchery award in the recently held Confederation of Zimbabwe Retailers Manicaland Retailers and Wholesalers Award has the sky as the limit.
Tendai Gukutikwa Business Correspondent OIL processing giant Willowton Zimbabwe has continued with its social responsibility programme by ploughing back to the Mutare community.
Liberty Dube Business Correspondent FOLLOWING the highly successful Harare International Carnival held from September 1-10, tourism players in Manicaland have now shifted their focus to the forthcoming Sanganai/Hlanganani World Travel Expo slated for the Zimbabwe International Exhibition Centre in Bulawayo on Monday.
Blessing Rwizi Post Correspondent DEVELOPMENT Aid from People to People (DAPP) has partnered with local authorities to train over 1 000 Mutasa farmers in agroforestry, mainly to increase soil fertility and reduce land degradation at house- hold level.
Liberty Dube Business Correspondent THE Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce has started preparations for this year’s annual secretaries’ convention scheduled for the end of this month in Vumba.
Kudzanai Gerede Business Correspondent Analysts say foreign direct investment, particularly in resource-centred sectors of mining and manufacturing, lacks the key aspect of technology transfer, an instrument that ensures sustainability of the investment that will benefit the economy long after the investor is gone.
There are traders who sell goods and provide services on credit. At times customers of the businesses that sell on credit fail to pay the debt and this triggers the trader to claim a deduction against their income for Income Tax purposes. The debt that is allowable as a deduction is that debt which the […]