Tendai Gukutikwa Business Correspondent German-based construction machinery and earthmoving equipment giant, Liebherr-International, has set its eyes on massive investment projects in Zimbabwe, a move which could see the company setting up its rail division in the country.
Rumbidzayi Zinyuke Senior Business Reporter Manicaland industries have positioned themselves for a windfall following an influx on expressions of interest in investment opportunities in the province from foreign and local investors.
Kudzanai Gerede Business Correspondent The State Enterprises and Parastatals (SEPs) sector is posed for better fortunes following the gazetting of the Public Entities Corporate Governance Act that will address a host of maladministration and viability issues that had restricted profitability for over two decades.
Rumbidzayi Zinyuke Senior Business Reporter Zimbabwe and Mozambique have joined forces to expand the Dry Port in Mutare to facilitate efficient trade between the two Southern African countries through the port of Beira.
What is Special Excise Duty? Special Excise Duty is charged in terms of Section 172 of the Customs and Excise Act (Chapter 23:02). It is a tax levied on sale, transfer or disposalof second hand vehicles on change of ownership.
Obert Chifamba Associate Editor THE 2018 tobacco marketing season got underway on 21 March 2018. And the highest price fetched on the day was $4, 90 per kilogramme. Not bad for first deliveries.
Liberty Dube Business Correspondent PREPARATIONS for the 2018 Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce (ZNCC) Manicaland business awards slated for end of May at the Golden Peacock Villa Hotel have commenced with the adjudication process already in progress.
Businesses and individuals often make donations to meet their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) goals or just out of goodwill. Donations by their nature are not incurred for the purposes to further trade and neither are they incurred for producing income but out of compassion or passion. Hence, some of them are not allowed as a […]
Kudzanai Gerede Business Correspondent Mining firms will now operate in the country without being compelled to list on the local stock exchange as Government intends to repeal stringent business requirements in line with its open for business policy, Post business has learnt.