Top entrepreneurs, firms talk service innovation

A CUSTOMER service symposium held last week attracted Zimbabwe's top entrepreneurs and firms, including quoted companies who gathered in Harare to explore strategies on how the country could catch up ...

By Staff reporter | Published: 17 September 2018


African Sun euphoric about conferencing, foreign visits

AFRICAN Sun Limited (ASL) has announced it will spend $2,1 million in the last quarter of 2018 on refurbishments to improve standards of its hotels and boost occupancy in the future.Africa Sun plans t...

By Staff reporter | Published: 10 September 2018


Saboteurs behind price increases

PRICE increases that were reported in the country last week were being fuelled by political and economic speculators who were aiming at scuttling the acceptance of President Mnangagwa's new Cabinet, a...

By Staff reporter | Published: 09 September 2018


EU provides $20m facility to fight gender imbalance

THE European Union (EU) has set up a $20 million facility to fight all forms of gender-based abuse and violence.EU Ambassador to Zimbabwe Philippe van Damme confirmed the development last week, saying...

By Staff reporter | Published: 23 July 2018


EU, US support Zanu-PF, claims Mutsvangwa

MANICALAND Provincial Affairs minister Monica Mutsvangwa on Saturday claimed that Zanu-PF had support of most European countries and the United States because of the peace prevailing in the country ah...

By Staff reporter | Published: 10 July 2018


EU mission wants free, fair elections

THE European Union Observer Mission chief election observer, Elmar Brok, yesterday said Zimbabwe should "undo" past wrongs by a free, fair and credible election this year and urged the Zimbabwe Clecto...

By Staff reporter | Published: 07 July 2018


'Chigumba is an able lawyer' claims EU observer mission

The European Union Election Observer Mission in Zimbabwe has described Zimbabwe Electoral Commission chair Justice Priscilla Chigumba as an able lawyer who "knows very much the law and sticks to the l...

By Staff reporter | Published: 07 July 2018


$25m pharmaceutical warehouse project stalled

THE construction of a $25 million state-of-the-art national pharmaceutical warehouse funded by China has hit another snag after the government shifted goal posts yet again.Beijing and Harare signed an...

By Staff reporter | Published: 06 July 2018


Zimbabwe army vows neutrality in election

Zimbabwe's military vowed on Wednesday to stay neutral in upcoming elections, dismissing suggestions it would deploy service personnel to influence national polls scheduled for July 30.The military is...

By AFP | Published: 04 July 2018


Noah Manyika reports Zanu-PF to EU observers

BUILD Zimbabwe Alliance (BZA) presidential candidate Noah Manyika says he has notified police and election observer missions that Zanu-PF supporters are engaging in electoral malpractices ahead of the...

By Staff reporter | Published: 04 July 2018


Eureka Gold Mine went cheap, says UK firm

The acquisition of the Eureka Gold Mine by global mining group, Vast Resources' was an "exceptionally cheap acquisition", according to a United Kingdom-based independent research company, Equity Devel...

By Staff reporter | Published: 29 June 2018


CIO agent harasses EU poll observers

A MEMBER of the Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) based in Chiredzi caused a scene early this week after he harassed two members of the European Union (EU) pre-election observer team, demanding ...

By TellZim | Published: 29 June 2018


EU deploys 44 observers ahead of polls

The European Union Election Observation Mission (EU EOM) to Zimbabwe deployed 44 long-term observers throughout the country ahead of the harmonised elections on July 30 over the weekend.High Represent...

By Staff reporter | Published: 25 June 2018


EU sends biggest observer mission to Harare

THE European Union (EU) says it plans to deploy at least 140 observers for the July 30 elections, the largest contingent from the bloc in almost two decades.EU election observer mission spokesperson, ...

By Staff reporter | Published: 23 June 2018


Mnangagwa reopens Eureka Gold Mine

Zimbabwe and the people of Guruve, in particular, will soon benefit from the re-opening of Eureka gold mine near Guruve Growth Point.The gold mine has been resuscitated by Delta Gold Zimbabwe, which h...

By Staff reporter | Published: 20 June 2018


EU to launch tariffs against US on Friday

The EU will target emblematic US exports such as blue jeansThe European Union will launch a raft of retaliatory tariffs against US exports on Friday, a top official has said.The move comes after US Pr...

By BBC | Published: 20 June 2018


'Hwange should give workers houses in lieu of salary arrears'

THE Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Mines and Energy has recommended that Hwange Colliery and Kamativi Mine give their houses to former and current workers in lieu of salary and pension arrears.T...

By Staff reporter | Published: 15 June 2018


Trump humiliates Europe

United States' decision to pull out of the nuclear deal with Iran has seen European companies such as Maersk Tankers from Denmark, Germany's Allianz and France's Total are ready to abandon multi-billi...

By Staff reporter | Published: 10 June 2018


Zim firms urged to tap into EU food market

The global trend towards healthy eating, especially of sugar addictive free foods, super foods and nutrient-rich supplement provides an excellent opportunity for Zimbabwe, especially in developed mark...

By Staff rpeorter | Published: 07 June 2018


Lotto licence feud rages

THE impasse between a lottery and gaming company, Mashonaland Turf Club (MTC) and the President's Fund over a lotto licence, has taken a new twist with the latter approaching the High Court to challen...

By Staff reporter | Published: 05 June 2018


Chamisa claims US, EU listens to him

MDC Alliance presidential candidate, Nelson Chamisa, on Sunday claimed to have the ear of the United States and the European Union. The US and EU have been invited to observe the watershed polls sched...

By Staff reporter | Published: 05 June 2018


'Indians, Europeans will come to Zim for jobs,' says Chamisa

MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa says once he is in power, Europeans and Indians will flock to Zimbabwe for employment.Addressing a rally yesterday at Mt St Mary's in Wedza, a few kilometres from V...

By Staff reporter | Published: 04 June 2018


Pharmaceutical sector near deathbed

THE local pharmaceutical industry access only 10% of its foreign currency requirements from the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) monthly, a situation that has left the industry teetering on the brink of...

By Staff reporter | Published: 28 May 2018


Call on the RBZ to prioritise the pharmaceutical industry

THE pharmaceutical industry needs about $10 million foreign currency allocation per month to operate optimally but is only receiving 10 percent of the requirement from the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe.In ...

By Staff reporter | Published: 28 May 2018


EU offers fund to audit Zim's first biometric voters' roll

THE European Union (EU) has offered to provide funding for an audit of Zimbabwe's first biometric voters' roll ahead of this year's general elections, as part of measures to promote transparency and p...

By Staff rpeorter | Published: 24 May 2018

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