ZIMRE Holdings Limited posted a loss after tax of US$113 627 for the six months ended June 2014 from a profit of US$2,4 million.
The African Development Bank (AfDB) is administering a US$35 million fund earmarked for improving water distribution, billing and revenue collection in Zimbabwe.
The Zimbabwe International Trade Fair company launched its inaugural Water, Sanitation, Hygiene and Energy 2014 expo in Bulawayo.
Less than a tenth of households in Chitungwiza are connected to TelOne, a cabinet minister said last week, urging the state-owned operator to step up connections.
The Hospitality Association of Zimbabwe has invited a delegation from Singapore for next month’s annual conference.
The banking and local financial services sector has a huge role to play in fostering financial inclusivity in Zimbabwe.
Radar Holdings recorded an after tax profit of US$288 006 for the year ended June 30 2014 from a loss of US$49,2 million in 2013.
The livestock situation in Matabeleland South province, which lost over 12 000 cattle last year, is now under control due to an improved supply of pasture and water.
Turn back the hands of time to 1876. Europe is experiencing an economic, social and military revolution.
Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa’s mid-term fiscal policy review and its associated measures do not inspire confidence for economic momentum required for growth, analysts and stakeholders have said.