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From festivals in Florida to touring Dracula’s digs in Romania, we round up the best destinations to visit this October. As summer abandons Europe again this October, eke out the last of the rays and raves in Ibiza, where nightclubs will be going out with a bang for the winter break. When the party finally stops head to the island’s north.

Zim seeks US$500k for Warriors

BLESSING MADZIWANZIRAPresident Emmerson Mnangagwa will on Wednesday grace a gala dinner meant to raise US$500 000 for the upkeep of the Warriors in the...

Padenga Holdings’ solar plant to reduce overheads

TAURAI MANGUDHLA Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) listed Padenga Holdings plans to conclude installation of a 1.2 MW solar array to significantly reduce energy overheads to...

Seed Co bets on horticulture for forex

LIVINGSTONE MARUFU/ TAWANDA MARWIZI LISTED seed producer Seed Co is banking on horticulture exports to boost its foreign currency generation as it seeks to finance...

Telecel sweats over licence fees

NDAMU SANDU Telecel Zimbabwe is sweating over licence fees after failing to adhere to prescribed  threshold as the telcos regulator piles pressure on the country’s...

New guidelines for insurance, pensions firms

PHILLIMON MHLANGA  The Insurance and Pension Commission (IPEC) is working on a guidance paper on the treatment of insurance and pension assets and liabilities by...

BancABC ploughs $23m in sugarcane production

Tinashe Makichi BancABC has invested $23m towards sugarcane production, as the financial services group consolidates its presence in this previously underserviced but critical sector. This gesture comes as...

War’ at Telecel over leaks

NDAMU SANDU Telecel Zimbabwe has suspended a board member for allegedly leaking company information to the media as the drama at the country’s third largest...

‘We are a long term investor in Zim’—Lafarge

Listed cement producer Lafarge yesterday held its annual general meeting in Harare. Like many other companies, Lafarge requires foreign currency to import raw materials and...

Childs exits Brainworks Limited

Brainworks chief executive officer Brett Childs has resigned from the group amid indications the group would now want to transition to a Zimbabwean CEO. Childs...

Telecel CEO under fire

Ndamu Sandu Telecel Zimbabwe CEO Angeline Vere faces the boot amid revelations the board is unhappy over her failure to cobble a recovery plan to...