ZimTrade in second outward trade mission to Malawi

ZimTrade in second outward trade mission to Malawi By Owen Mandovha ZIMBABWE’s trade promotion body, ZimTrade’s export promotion drive is gaining traction after spearheading a second outward trade mission to…

Industrialists expect confidence rebuilding measures to consolidate growth

By Stanley James, Business Editor As the Second Republic forges ahead with economic reforms, industrialists have underscored the need for authorities to continue harnessing confidence through measures that consolidate the…

Zim-US optimistic of enhanced business prospects

By Colette Musanyera The United States is confident of strengthening cooperation and trade ties with Zimbabwe in various socio-economic sectors. This emerged when the Charge d’Affaires of the United States…

Premiership football spreads to new territories

BY Lawrence Trusida, Sports Editor The promotion of Green Fuel and Simba Bhora into the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League will see topflight football being played in Shamva and Chisumbanje…

ZIDA rallies Matabeleland North towards more investments

By Tichaona Kurewa The Zimbabwe Development Agency (ZIDA) is engaging government officials and local authorities in Matabeleland North on how to attract meaningful investments in line with the quest to…

Rugby star Mavesere bounces back

By Lawrence Trusida, Sports Editor Zimbabwean Rugby international Tinotenda Blithe Mavesere is on the road to recovery after a career threatening injury. The forward has been named in top South…

Lady Chevrons reach semis

By Lawrence Trusida, Sports Editor Zimbabwe is through to the semi-finals of the International Cricket Council Women’s T20 World Cup Qualifiers after beating Thailand and the other group B result…

IMF impressed by Zim’s tight monetary policy

By Stanley James, Business Editor The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has been impressed by Zimbabwe’s tight monetary policy stance, saying it will be key to achieving the projected 3.5% growth…

Treasury plugs overpricing by suppliers

Treasury plugs overpricing by suppliers By Stanley James, Business Editor THE Government’s Value for Money Process that seeks to get rid of suppliers who inflate prices is on track after…