Lovemore Kadzura Rusape Correspondent COMMERCIAL farmers in Makoni who planted winter wheat under the State-funded Command Agriculture programme are expecting a bumper harvest as the cereal crop is in good and thriving condition.
Kudzanai Gerede Business Correspondent Zimbabwe will soon start the production of diesel, leveraging on massive coal bed methane the country is endowed with in line with the ethos of mineral value addition, Post Business has learnt.
Wimbainashe Zhakata and Emma Chinyamutangira Post Correspondents MUTARE residents have voiced concern over the recent skyrocketing of basic commodities’ prices, something that has re-ignited fears and anxiety of a return to the 2008 hyperinflationary era.
It is now less than four (4) months before the end of the Voluntary Disclosure Programme that has been running since July 2018. The facility has received significant response with regards to offences committed unwittingly by many importers. There has been, however, minimum disclosure of goods imported knowingly without observing due process.
Business Reporter THE business community in Chimanimani has called for the speedy re-opening and upgrading of Cashel Border Post to help decongest Forbes Border Post and create a shorter route for traders crossing to Beira from South Africa. The re-opening and upgrading of Cashel Border Post will go a long way in turning Chimanimani into […]
All persons who receive income or gains, from a source within Zimbabwe are required to submit Income Tax Returns or Capital Gains Tax Returns. Any persons that have failed to submit the Income Tax Returns are encouraged to take advantage of the Voluntary Disclosure Program which ZIMRA is running with, up to December 2018and be […]
Kudzanai Gerede Business Correspondent Youths have been urged to come up with innovative entrepreneurial ideas and make use of the various credit platforms government has set aside for enterprising young people in the wake of a constricted job market overwhelmed by a skilled workforce. Formal employment has drastically declined owing to de-industrialization that has taken […]
Wimbainashe Zhakata Post Correspondent WHEAT farmers in Manicaland have been urged to manage their irrigation schedules properly for better yields this year. Manicaland provincial agronomist Mr Thomas Sakuhuni said this recently in an interview with The Herald. He said: “Eighty-five percent of wheat in Manicaland is at hard dough to drying stage hence farmers are […]
Rumbidzayi Zinyuke Business Reporter INFORMAL traders in Mutare have called on the city authorities to come up with sustainable solutions that enable them to contribute productively to the country’s economy. The traders argued that the national economy was increasingly becoming informal so there should be a way to ensure that informal traders contributed meaningfully to […]
Sharon Chigeza Post Correspondent STRINGENT requirements for joining Government’s recently introduced command fisheries programme are responsible for farmers in Manicaland’s seeming reluctance to join the scheme, an official has said. Speaking at the 108th edition of the Manicaland Agricultural Show, principal agri-business officer with Agritex, Mr Joseph Mukajami said farmers were showing interest in the […]