In the previous two installments, I was writing about methodologies for dispute resolution and I emphasised that disputes must be settled at the lowest possible level.
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THE recognition that Africa’s growth will be realised only if the continent develops strong companies able to compete successfully in their home and in overseas markets is finding traction on the continent.
“Start today, not tomorrow. If anything, you should have started yesterday. The earlier you start, the more time you have to mess up.”
GOVERNMENT plans to issue a Statutory Instrument containing a clear formula for the calculation and remittance of any dividends from diamond producers it has shareholding in.
RAINBOW Tourism Group (RTG) plans a US$650 000 facelift of its hotel in Bulawayo, as the hospitality concern moves to renew its tourism products.
THERE are serious discrepancies between what government receives from the diamond mining sector and remittances claims by producers.
THE African Development Bank has disbursed about US$6 million directly to Zimbabwe’s private sector this year, in a vote of confidence for the country’s revival programme.
THE Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa region has been challenged to transform raw hides into finished goods and boost the leather industry.
I was in Lusaka recently, and I went to a mall and as I walked along the pavements I went past a small stall for a lottery game manned by a beautiful young lady who offered me a quick try to stand a chance to win a whopping US$70 000 for the cost of just one dollar.
PHNOM PENH — As investment in Cambodia’s textile industry surges, so is labour unrest, putting pressure on suppliers to the world’s big garment brands to raise wages and improve sometimes [...]