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FinMin makes frantic efforts to charm US after sanctions slap

BERNARD MPOFU Finance minister Mthuli Ncube is this week making frantic efforts to warm up relations with multilateral creditors as Zimbabwe continues its search for...

Zim requires $1bn to resuscitate irrigation

LIVINGSTONE MARUFU Zimbabwe requires up to $1 billion to revive its irrigation schemes for future cropping season but the current season is now in disarray...

Standard bidding document for public sector

  MUNASHE MATAMBO The Procurement Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (PRAZ) has introduced a new standard bidding document for the country’s public sector in a bid to...

Women take their positions in the new dispensation

Henrietta Rushwaya Zimbabwe will tomorrow join the rest of the world in celebrating the International Women’s Day under the theme, “Think Equal, Build Smart, Innovate...

Masimba takes over Southview off-site water project

LIVINGSTONE MARUFU Listed construction concern Masimba Holdings has taken over the construction of Fidelity Life Assurance’s Southview off-site water infrastructure after the original contract Tensor...

Manzungu ‘conquers Zim’

  MOSES MATENGA In 2010, Tinashe Manzungu, was just out of college and had secured a job as a freelance marketer for a company selling residential...

ASL in 110pc FY18 profit jump

TINASHE MAKICHI Strong positive performance in the global tourism trends, increased activity in the domestic economy and subsequent in­crease in occupancy levels saw hospital­ity concern...

Internet blackout paralyses govt

STAFF WRITER The enforcement of an internet blackout paralysed government business resulting in the bulk of the civil service failing to get their salaries...

CAFCA ventures into copper dumps re-processing

TINASHE MAKICHI Listed cable manufacturer CAFCA has plans to start re-processing of defunct copper mine dumps as it seeks to convert blister copper into anodes and...

Rising inflation triggers food insecurity: FAO

BERNARD MPOFU A sharp spike in cereal products prices and weak foreign currency reserves at the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe will worsen the country’s food...