Archive | February, 2004

State cannot disregard market forces

Shakeman Mugari AS Zimbabwe’s economy falls apart, cracks are emerging in government’s stop-gap measures that have given way to market forces, analysts say. They say government has begun (more…)

Border, government dispute rages on

Ngoni Chanakira THE tiff between Border Timbers Ltd (Border) and government over acquisition of its 20 000 hectares for the controversial fast track land resettlement programme seems to be raging […]

ACBF tightens financial system

Ngoni Chanakira THE African Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF) is tightening its financial support system and is now operating a special account to be used solely for its projects. (more…)

Economic crisis takes bite on BDC

Pindai Dube THE Bulawayo Development Committee (BDC) has not been operational during the past three years due to a biting economic crisis in the country, a founder membe (more…)

Freight industry at 40% capacity

Itai Mushekwe THE country’s freight industry is operating at about 40% capacity as a result of continued dislocation of macro-economic fundamentals, an industry representative has said this week.

Innscor acquires shares in Natfoods

Conrad Dube INNSCOR Africa Ltd whose share price gained 38% since the release of a cautionary statement in May, has acquired 14,6 million shares in National Foods Holdings Ltd (Natfoods). […]

Zimbabwe’s economy implodes

Ngoni Chanakira ANALYSTS say last week’s five-day stayaway will increase unemployment levels and exert more pressure on an already fragile and contracting economy. (more…)

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