THREE trade organisations, which Zimbabwe is member to, have conducted a study on key public infrastructure protection to curb IT related crimes
CBZ Holdings says its banking unit is unfazed by the advent of alternative mobile-based payment platforms
The US$2,7 million fuel deal between the Central Mechanical Engineering Department (CMED) and First Oil was executed with reckless non-compliance
Cotton farmers in Zimbabwe are expected to benefit from the anticipated world demand as the development is set to boost the current cotton prices
The Grain Millers Association in conjunction with the Grain and Oil Seed Traders Association have taken the government to the Constitutional Court
Economist Brains Muchemwa says the liquidity crunch gripping Zimbabwe could be a challenge, but is largely an exaggerated creation of a crisis
Japanese paint manufacturing giant Kansai Plascon says its merger with Astra Industries is expected to yield good results in the next two years.
CBZ Holdings has set up a fund in Mauritius to mobilise offshore lines of credit to finance its local projects.
ZCTU says the standard of living for the majority of workers in the country has fallen below that of people who worked as “garden boys” and housemaids for the white people during the colonial era.
Motorists say the introduction of mandatory ethanol blending has not brought any benefits to them.