Golden leaf fetches US$ 4.99 per kilogramme

By Tendai Munengwa THE tobacco auctioning system which suffered a severe knock over the past few years is on the rebound, with the bulk of farmers excited at the turn…

Mining sector on course to achieve 2023 targets

By Owen Mandovha PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has been commended for spelling out a clear roadmap for achieving mining sector targets and re-energising players in the industry. Mines and Mining Development…

Bulawayo Chiefs ladies aim for top-flight league

By Mthokozisi Dube AMBITIOUS southern region division one women football side Bulawayo Chiefs have set their sights on gaining promotion into the top flight despite testing the waters in their…

Zim economy to grow by 3,7 percent: World Bank

By Stanley James, Business Editor THE World Bank says Zimbabwe’s economy is on course to achieve a positive growth rate of 3,7 percent after revising estimates for this year due…

Kuvimba to acquire shares in Great Dyke Investments

By Stanley James, Business Editor  PLANS to roll out full scale platinum mining in Darwendale are progressing well, with state-owned mining concern, Kuvimba Mining House, finalising talks to acquire 50…

Champions League final: Paris police chief sorry for tear gassing Liverpool fans

The man in charge of policing the Champions League final in Paris has apologised for using tear gas against Liverpool fans outside the stadium. Didier Lallement offered sincere regrets for…

SRC defies FIFA directive

By Thembinkosi Mangena QUESTIONS have been asked on whether the Sport and Recreation Commission’s recent move to reinstate some of the suspended ZIFA Board Members will be enough to convince…

India considers curbing fridge imports to boost local industry – sources

NEW DELHI- India is considering restricting imports of refrigerators to promote local manufacturing, two industry sources told Reuters on Thursday, potentially freezing out shipments from Samsung Electronics Co and LG…