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Shut-down costs economy $300m

Shut-down costs economy $300m

Source: Shut-down costs economy $300m | The Herald 17 JAN, 2019 Mr Jabangwe Africa Moyo Senior Business Reporter The economy could have lost bu ...
Industrialists want access to forex market 

Industrialists want access to forex market 

Source: Industrialists want access to forex market | The Herald January 14, 2019 Mr Jabangwe Africa Moyo Senior Business Reporter THE Confe ...
Foreign currency crisis hits the seas

Foreign currency crisis hits the seas

MEDITERANNEAN Shipping Company (MSC) SA (Zimbabwe) Pvt Ltd has threatened to block the release of containers for Zimbabwean importers over their failu ...
One month’s raw materials supply left: CZI 

One month’s raw materials supply left: CZI 

THE majority of Zimbabwe’s businesses are left with less than a month’s supply of foreign-sourced raw materials and could come to a complete standstil ...
Govt holds fuel crisis meeting

Govt holds fuel crisis meeting

HARARE - President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s under-fire government yesterday held an emergency meeting over the country’s worsening fuel crisis. The ...
Redollarisation unwise: CZI

Redollarisation unwise: CZI

Africa Moyo Senior Business Reporter CONFEDERATION of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI) president Sifelani Jabangwe, says re-dollarising the economy is cou ...
Govt warns industry over price hikes

Govt warns industry over price hikes

Source: Govt warns industry over price hikes | The Herald 03 JAN, 2019 Minister Nqobizita Mangaliso Ndlovu Business Reporter Government has ...
More jobs created: Nssa

More jobs created: Nssa

Harare Bureau OVER 20 000 new jobs were created in the agriculture sector over the past two years, while  10 000 jobs were created in the mining ...
Retailers, manufacturers end tiff 

Retailers, manufacturers end tiff 

Source: Retailers, manufacturers end tiff | The Herald December 4, 2018 Mr Mutashu Bernard Yombayomba Herald Reporter Retailers and manufacture ...
Festive season shaping up well

Festive season shaping up well

HARARE - In a development that bodes well for the festive season, retailers say they are now operating at near full capacity after a turbulent few ...
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