Luthando Mapepa Chipinge Correspondent THE Ministry of Industry and Commerce is encouraging women whose businesses are at incubation stage to formalise such operations in order to benefit from lines of credit and contribute meaningfully to the revival of economy. The business development officer for Chipinge Mrs Ivy Katawa Chitambo made the remarks during a businesswomen […]
NEWS that 50 pineapple farmers in Chimanimani East constituency will benefit from a partnership between Zimtrade and a Netherlands based company in a pilot project to produce organic pineapples for export is sweet music to all progressive Zimbabweans’ ears.
Kudzanai Gerede Business Correspondent Government is stepping up efforts to stabilise the current foreign currency market that has been characterised by “madness’’ as local dealers on the illegal parallel market are distorting exchange rate to unreasonable levels. The implications of this unwarranted behaviour has been the major source of inflationary pressures on the economy, experts […]
What is fiscalisation? Fiscalisation is the recording of transactions for Value Added Tax purposes using electronic fiscal gadgets. The fiscalised gadgets record the information on read only memory, meaning that once recorded, this information cannot be altered.
Obert Chifamba Bureau Chief THE Zimbabwe Special Economic Zones Authority has declared a portion of Fernhill Township in Mutare a Special Economic Zone with effect from September 14, 2018.
Wimbainashe Zhakata Business correspondent ZIMBABWE’S trade promotion body, Zimtrade, in conjunction with a Netherlands company has engaged in a pilot project to assist Chimanimani farmers grow organic pineapples for export markets. Speaking to Post Business on the sidelines of the Mutasa North constituency road map strategy stakeholders meeting held in Honde Valley recently, ZimTrade chief […]
Kudzanai Gerede Business Correspondent Government is putting in place a cocktail of stern measures that will ensure its public accounts will be streamlined within its means while the public has to brace for sterner times as the panacea to stabilise the economy that is expected to revive up to levels of US$ 32 billion by […]
Wimbainashe Zhakata Post Correspondent TOBACCO farmers in Manicaland have planted 1 000 hectares of irrigated tobacco and are being encouraged to plant the dryland crop early to circumvent the likely danger of El Nino-induced low rainfall expected in the province.
Kudzanai Gerede Business Correspondent At a time the economy is facing foreign currency deficiencies, the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has come up with renewed energy to consolidate the foreign currency on the market while also luring holders to deposit it in local banks.