Samuel Kadungure Farming Reporter THE first batch of more than 3 100 contract forms was this week distributed to farmers across Manicaland whose properties met the set criteria under command agriculture
SKILLED workers are leaving sub-Saharan Africa in rapidly increasingly numbers, producing a “brain drain” that causes long-term social damage, the International
THE rising cost of skilled staff has hurt the Zimbabwean units of Standard Bank and Standard Chartered, which on Thursday posted profits of $6,6m and $8m, respectively.
The remaining foreign investors in Zimbabwe are re-strategising, swapping equity financing for loans as the preferred form of investment, according to Reserve Bank of
Japanese vehicle manufacturer, Mitsubishi, has 60 years experience in the truck scene, writes Iain Robertson, and its latest L200, now in its fifth series, is regarded by some
Blessing Rwizi Farming Correspondent CHIPINGE Livestock Development Trust has embarked on a hay production initiative aimed at boosting animal production which is under threat from drought.
Kudzanai Gerede Business Correspondent Zimbabwe plans to maximise on revenue flows from its rough diamonds by venturing into the lucrative global jewellery-making business as the country accelerates on value
Liberty Dube Business Correspondent ZIMBABWE should consider restructuring its currency regime through joining the rand monetary union as well as rebalance the economy for sustainable growth through
Kudzanai Gerede Business Correspondent Zimbabwe’s economy is projected to grow at an annual average rate of 7,3 percent between next year (2017) and 2018 buoyed by a raft of short-term sectoral, micro,