EDGARS Stores Limited has recorded a 22,3% growth in profits after tax to $5,2 million for the 53 weeks ending January 2015.
Telecel Zimbabwe, the third largest mobile operator in the country, has been paying licence fees in installments after striking a deal to settle the dues in seven years, Standardbusiness heard last week
The implementation of government’s indigenisation policy is off the rails as the liquidity crunch has made it unworkable, experts have said.
Fidelity Printers and Refiners, the country’s sole gold buyer, is hopeful of being readmitted to the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) and is working on processes pending the outcome of […]
Financial shenanigans maybe defined as actions intended to misrepresent the real financial performance or financial condition of an entity.
African Development Bank (AfDB) presidential candidate Thomas Zondo Sakala met continental diplomats accredited to Harare on Thursday to drum up support ahead of the bank’s elections in May.
THE majority of the country’s housing stock has no title deeds and this has militated against efforts to secure capital due to the absence of collateral, a senior lawyer said […]
Zimbabwe badly needs to invest and stabilise the mining sector in order to sustain impressive export earnings which have lately shown signs of taking a dive, a mining official has […]
“You must learn to save first and spend afterwards.” — John Poole
THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) subsidiary Fidelity Printers and Refiners is failing to stay afloat and plans to retrench half of its workforce despite having acquired equipment worth $20 […]