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GTEL Zimbabwe addresses fake social media accounts

Press Statement:  GTel Zimbabwe wishes to notify its customers, shareholders, other stakeholders and the public at large that there are some imposters on social media...

Wacker Neuson Group set to open shop in Zim

STAFF WRITER A Munich-headquartered construction equipment manufacturer, Wacker Neuson Group, is set to open shop in Zimbabwe through a partnership with Pelgin Consultancy Services. Under the...

Comesa raises red flag over Liquid Telecom merger

BERNARD MPOFU COMESA’s Competition and Tariff Commission has raised the red flag over a proposed plan to merge the local unit of Pan-African telecoms Liquid...

Zim Govt adopts austerity measures

TAURAI MANGUDHLA GOVERNMENT has adopted auster - ity measures to contain public spend- ing and inflation, chief among them a freeze on civil service wages,...

King Dollar reigns, that is why KFC closed shop

Chris Chenga Peak uncertainty is when commentators struggle to write enduring analyses of government policy. Before the ink dries on whatever commentary piece, a policy...

IPEC issues IFRS 17 warning

PHILLIMON MHLANGA The incoming International Financial Reporting Standard 17 (IFRS 17) issued by the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) is set to shake-up Zimbabwe’s insurance...

‘Put in place anti-laundering frameworks’

PHILLIMON MHLANGA Local banks should put in place frameworks to better detect and prevent money laundering and terrorists financing practices which are threatening domestic...

Afreximbank avails $255m letters of credit to Zim

LIVINGSTONE MARUFU The African Export Import Bank (Afreximbank) has availed US$255m letters of credit to Zimbabwe for fuel imports and the production of basic commodities...

JUST IN: Nestle Zimbabwe executive Munetsi dies

SIMBA RUSHWAYA Nestle Zimbabwe corporate and public affairs manager executive Farai Munetsi has died. A family member confirmed to the Business Times that the former Dynamos...

Zim rakes in $28m from diamond sales

PHILLIMON MHLANGA The Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC), a wholly government owned company has generated $28,3 million from a recent local diamond auction after...