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A worker’s growing dilemma: Zim companies shift pension schemes

PHILLIMON MHLANGA A majority of Zimbabwean workers are facing a pension dilemma as they are now forced to take a cut in income benefits...

Anti-Corruption body arrest Sports Commission boss

SIMBA RUSHWAYA The Zimbabwe Anti–Corruption Commission (ZAAC) has summoned the Sports and Recreation Commission acting director general Joseph Muchechetere for questioning on alleged maladministration and...

NTS projects 20% sales growth

TAURAI MANGUDHLA National Tyre Services (NTS) managing director Kennedy Mandevani is leaving the company later this year after a three-year stint. Mandevani was appointed to head...

ZB to set up microfinance unit

PHILLIMON MHLANGA Listed financial services group, ZB Financial Holdings (ZBFH), is considering setting up a microfinance bank to cater for Zimbabwe’s growing informal sector as...

Seed Co wins at agric show

HARARE - Seed Co Zimbabwe sparkled at the Harare Agricultural Show winning two awards. The seed producer was adjudged the Best Overall Exhibitor and the...

Breaking: Metallon closes Mazowe Mines

TINASHE MAKICHI The country's biggest gold producer Metallon Corporation has put its Mazowe Mine under care and maintenance rendering hundreds of its employees jobless. The miner,...

Vast concludes JV to access diamond fields in Zim

Aim-listed Vast Resources has concluded an agreement with Red Mercury for exclusive access to a diamond concession area in what has become known as...

POTRAZ posts $13,5m surplus in FY17

STAFF WRITER The Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (POTRAZ) posted a surplus of $13,5 million in 2017 on the back of an uptick...

Nyagura trial set for next month

TINASHE MAKICHI The trial of University of Zimbabwe Vice Chancellor Levi Nyagura (pictured), who is facing charges of corruptly awarding a PhD degree to former...