Beatrice Tonhodzayi : Business Correspodent Public relations practitioners have been urged to take advantage of new media platforms in particular social media which has a wide reach, to create a mutual understanding between their organisations and their public.
Samuel Kadungure : Farming Reporter THE curtain has finally come down on the tobacco selling season after the regulatory authority fixed today (Friday) as the final day for growers to sell their leaf at auction floors.
Business Reporter STANBIC Bank Zimbabwe’s parent company, Standard Bank has been recognised as Africa’s best bank for Markets and Africa’s best bank for wealth management at the 2016 Euromoney Awards for Excellence in London.
Samuel Kadungure : Farming Reporter DELAYS by Government in approving the national coffee sector development strategy crafted in 2014 with the aim to rejuvenate the ailing sector has been fingered as one of the reasons affecting its growth.
An Advance Tax Ruling is a written statement issued by the commissioner general of ZIMRA regarding the interpretation or application of any of the Acts specified in the 1st Schedule of the Revenue Authority Act which include the Income Tax Act the Capital Gains Tax Act the Customs and Excise Act and the Value Added […]
Blessing Rwizi : Farming Correspondent LUCRATIVE honey prices have triggered a huge interest in apiculture among small-scale farmers in Mutasa District.Since June 2015, more than 2 000 apiarists have embarked on beekeeping projects.
Stephen Ephraem : Post Correspondent CULTURAL centres or villages play a major role in linking the past with the present. Communities which have maintained their past history through establishment of cultural villages have a living testimony, a documented and exhibited history, that promotes global tourism.
Liberty Dube Business Correspondent A new association – Manicaland Chamber of Small and Medium Enterprises has been formed to address the plight, as well as safeguard the interests of Small and Medium
Kudzanai Gerede Business Correspondent Just when the memories of hyper inflationary adversities that dissolved public confidence in the local banking sector were fast fading, the ghost of the dreaded era is once again lurking around at a time when the financial services sector was showing tremendous signs of growth. This week Finance and Economic Planning […]
A shortage of banknotes is resulting in a new black market more than seven years after Zimbabwe abolished its own money, the Zimbabwean dollar, and adopted the greenback and other foreign currencies to avoid exactly that sort of unofficial trading. The shortage of cash has intensified in recent weeks, according to central bank governor Dr […]