TRANSPORT & TOURISM

Zimbabwe tourism sector counts losses in the wake of protests

ZIMBABWE'S tourism industry stakeholders say the three-day shutdown that brought business to a standstill severely affected the sector, especially in terms of booking cancellations.The shutdown, which...

By Staff reporter | Published: 20 January 2019

MINING & RETAIL

'Looting spells death for Zimbabwe retailers'

BUSINESSES that were broken into, looted and sometimes burnt down during the recent nationwide protests might not be able to rebuild, restock and reopen, business leaders have said.Last week Zimbabwe ...

By Staff reporter | Published: 20 January 2019

MINING & RETAIL

Zimbabwe eyes rejoining London Bullion Market

Zimbabwe is targeting to upscale its engagement for re-accreditation into the London Bullion Market this year as the government seeks to optimize earnings from gold by participating on a global market...

By Staff reporter | Published: 19 January 2019

POLITICS

Zimbabwe deports SA journalists

Two South African journalists were yesterday deported by Zimbabwean authorities amid fears government could be going in overdrive to stifle access to information.In a statement, Media Alliance of Zimb...

By Staff reporter | Published: 19 January 2019

ECONOMC INDICATORS

Zimbabwe annual inflation rate surges to 236%

Renowned United States economist and currency expert Steve Hanke says Zimbabwe's annual inflation rate is at 236 percent, much higher than the official figure of 42,09 percent published by Zimbabwe Na...

By Staff reporter | Published: 19 January 2019

BUSINESS NEWS

Panicking Zimbabwean shoppers besiege supermarkets

Hundreds of panicking shoppers yesterday thronged  supermarkets  and engaged in panic buying after some of the country's leading retailers opened their doors to the public following three da...

By Staff reporter | Published: 19 January 2019

POLITICS

Zimbabwe soldiers leave ugly terror trail

Horror stories are slowly emerging of how the country's trigger-happy security forces brutalised ordinary Zimbabweans this week - shooting  68 people and leaving dozens others requiring life-savi...

By Staff reporter | Published: 19 January 2019

BUSINESS NEWS

Zimbabwe civil servants reject $78 salary increment

GOVERNMENT now faces a crippling civil service strike after its' revised offer of $78 for the lowest paid worker or 20% on a sliding scale was rejected by negotiators, who want nothing less than $1 70...

By Staff reporter | Published: 19 January 2019

BUSINESS NEWS

Zimbabwe Immigration cleared 11,2 million travellers in 2018

The number of travellers, including tourists that were cleared at all the country's ports of entry and exit last year increased by nearly 5 percent to 11,2 million compared to 10,7 million in 2017, th...

By Staff reporter | Published: 19 January 2019

POLITICS

Ex-MDC MP applauds Zimbabwe soldiers

The MDC-Alliance instigated violent protests witnessed early this week had nothing to do with an increase in the price of fuel or high cost of living among Zimbabweans, but part of the broader attempt...

By Staff reporter | Published: 19 January 2019

OPINION

Zimbabwe protests: A tale of misery, sorrow

ERUPTING like a volcano that had lain dormant for several decades, the masses in Zimbabwe this week vented their anger on any object they came across - burning tyres, as well as barricading roads - th...

By Gumisai Nyoni | Published: 19 January 2019

OPINION

Zimbabweans need to find each other as a nation

As we begin 2019, there are key lessons from the coup and Zimbabwe's post-coup experiences. The key lessons going forward relate to ethical leadership, public sector performance management, service de...

By Brian Kagoro | Published: 19 January 2019

BUSINESS NEWS

Zimbabwe govt avails US$400m credit facility

GOVERNMENT has swiftly moved to avert a potential catastrophe by availing an emergency US$400 million credit facility to manufacturing companies for the importation of critical raw materials, the Zimb...

By Staff reporter | Published: 19 January 2019

ZIMBABWE

Zimbabwe equities market suspends trade

TRADING on Zimbabwe's equities market was suspended this week after mass protests and civil unrest unnerved investors in a week punctuated by clashes between state security agents and protestors in mo...

By Staff reporter | Published: 19 January 2019

POLITICS

More deadly protests lined-up in Zimbabwe

DEADLY street protests which brought Zimbabwe to a standstill this week have added impetus to calls by opposition parties and civil society organisations for President Emmerson Mnangagwa to agree to d...

By Staff reporter | Published: 19 January 2019

BUSINESS NEWS

Zimbabwe companies to collapse in 30 days

MANY manufacturers could be forced to halt operations if government fails to arrest the crippling currency crisis within the next 10 days as most companies are left with less than a month's stock of r...

By Staff reporter | Published: 11 January 2019

TRANSPORT & TOURISM

Tourists arrivals to Zimbabwe increase by 4%

TOURIST arrivals to Zimbabwe increased 4% in the nine months to September 2018 to 1,8 million from 1,7 million in the corresponding period the previous year as international perceptions of the country...

By Staff reporter | Published: 11 January 2019

TRANSPORT & TOURISM

Shipping company threatens to block the release of containers for Zimbabwean importers

MEDITERANNEAN Shipping Company (MSC) SA (Zimbabwe) Pvt Ltd has threatened to block the release of containers for Zimbabwean importers over their failure to remit in excess of US$9,1 million in shippin...

By Staff reporter | Published: 11 January 2019

BUSINESS NEWS

Multichoice Zimbabwe boss dies

Multichoice Zimbabwe chief executive Lovemore Mangwende has died, the company announced yesterday.In a statement, Multichoice said the circumstances around Mangwende's death were unclear."It is with d...

By Staff reporter | Published: 08 January 2019

BUSINESS NEWS

Zimbabwe wheat stuck in Mozambique

Aconsignment of 30 000 metric tonnes of wheat which was sourced from Lithuania by the Grain Millers' Association of Zimbabwe (GMAZ) is stuck at Beira port in Mozambique after the Reserve Bank of Zimba...

By Staff reporter | Published: 06 January 2019

BUSINESS NEWS

Valueless bond notes, the source of Zimbabwe's problems, say analysts

GOVERNMENT'S promise to avail foreign currency to the country's largest beverages manufacturer, Delta Corporation, to avoid forex pricing is not sustainable, analysts have said.Delta last Wednesday an...

By Staff reporter | Published: 06 January 2019

EDUCATION

Zimbabwe teachers' union strike starts Tuesday

THE country's largest teachers' union has declared its members will not turn up for work when schools re-open this Tuesday, NewZimbabwe.com reported.In a statement Saturday, the Zimbabwe Teachers Asso...

By newzimbabwe | Published: 06 January 2019

BUSINESS NEWS

Unregulated, unregistered medicines flooding into Zimbabwe

Unregulated and unregistered medicines are reportedly flooding into Zimbabwe, with consignments of expired medicines being smuggled into the country through the country's porous border posts.Syndicate...

By African News Agency | Published: 06 January 2019

BUSINESS NEWS

Divisions rock striking Zimbabwe 'intern' doctors camp

DIVISIONS have rocked the country's public hospital doctors camp following their conflicting Friday messages on the status of a five-week-long strike which was said to have been called off at the behe...

By newzimbabwe | Published: 04 January 2019

MINING & RETAIL

Zimbabwe's 2018 gold deliveries break record

Zimbabwe's gold deliveries to Fidelity Printers and Refiners reached 33.2 tonnes in 2018 worth over $1 billion in export receipts, the highest ever since 1980 as the country starts rebuilding reserves...

By Staff reporter | Published: 04 January 2019
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