Three mergers were approved during the first- half of this year as companies consolidate in the wake of a depressed economic environment.
The Bankers Association of Zimbabwe (BAZ) says local companies seeking working capital have to source it elsewhere other than banks.
Small-scale miners say double pegging of claims by the ministry of Mines and Mining Development and high fees are threatening the industry which employs over 500 000.
COMPETITION for subscribers between Zimbabwe’s three major mobile network providers continues to intensify.
ECONET Wireless has dismissed allegations that the company has evaded paying duty taxes since 1998 saying the accusations by a whistleblower were false and defamatory.
Policy makers need to adopt a comprehensive approach to the challenges of youth unemployment by prioritising higher productivity in agriculture.
The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has requested technical assistance from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to curb the rising non-performing loans.
Tobacco farmers have expressed dissatisfaction with the low prices offered for their crop this season despite having surpassed the 210 million kg mark this year.
First Mutual Life Assurance Company’s (FML) franchise with Dunamis Private Limited is expected to contribute about 13% of the budgeted new business to FML’s premium income.
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