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Livestock farmers urged to embrace technology

Agriculture experts have urged the government and local farmers to embrace smart technology to address the challenges bedevilling the livestock sector.
By Business Reporter Nov. 27, 2022
The waning fortunes of Zim's hospitality industry
The waning fortunes of Zim's hospitality industry
When things went bad and our economy suffered, a lot was lost and continues to be lost in our beautiful country, Zimbabwe.
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu Nov. 27, 2022
Companies face heavy Zimra penalties
The Treasury boss said maintenance of an accurate taxpayer register to facilitate payment of tax, risk management and compliance management was a critical element of tax administration.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Nov. 27, 2022
Branding through diversity in entrepreneurship
An entrepreneurial business should be the hub of excellence through embracing diversity in all aspects. 
By Farai Chigora Nov. 27, 2022
Zimbabwe’s tourist arrivals surge by 165%
Ndhlovu said this figure was 261 415 during the same period last year.
By Freeman Makopa Nov. 27, 2022
SMEs should be innovative, think outside the box: Preeminence boss
Chikosi said they are buoyed by their progress and the recognition from various awards boards.
By Staff Reporter Nov. 20, 2022
Regulator feels IPO drought sting
Securities and Exchange Commission of Zimbabwe (SecZim) CEO Anymore Taruvinga said prolonged volatilities had frustrated investors.
By Kudzai Kuwaza Nov. 20, 2022
ZMX issues 200 000 tonnes of warehouse receipts
The ZMX is an agricultural commodity trading platform with automated electronic warehousing and receipting capabilities.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Nov. 20, 2022
Brand terrorism in entrepreneurship
Sometimes we derail and point our attacking weapons to those who stood by us all the way to success and fame.
By Dr Farai Chigora Nov. 20, 2022
Caledonia lays out Bilboes revival plan
Caledonia, which trades its stock on the Victoria Falls Stock Exchange, recently made serious intentions to swoop into Bilboes Gold after agreeing on a US$53,3 million deal.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Nov. 13, 2022
BNC stumbles on tougher ore, sounds alarm on profits
BNC, which trades its stock on the Victoria Falls Stock Exchange, projected in filings with the bourse that profits for the half year ended September 30, 2022 would plummet by 193%.
By Shame Makoshori Nov. 13, 2022
Property magnate mulls building US$30b portfolio
The tycoon projected that this value will hit US$30 billion by 2050, as the value of his assets appreciates.
By Tatira Zwinoira Nov. 13, 2022
An employee is that ‘child’
If a leader in the workplace does anything that triggers the compulsive thinking that comes with the many fears that are part of it,
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu Nov. 13, 2022
Branding and the customer purchase journey
Here branding becomes the reason to halt or continue in the consumption/satisfaction journey.
By Dr Farai Chigora and Dr Tabani Moyo Nov. 13, 2022
Masimba receives ZimInd award
The Quoted Companies Survey is one of the biggest corporate events on the market.
By Staff Reporter Nov. 12, 2022
High costs paralyse poultry farmers
Mano said day-old chick prices increased by 58% to US$90 for every 100 last year from US$57 in 2020.
By Methembe Sibanda and Emma Nhancumba Nov. 12, 2022
Tough rules for capital markets key in containing inflation, says Seczim
The measures, players in the capital markets have warned, will impede both investment and activity on the local bourse.
By Kudzai Kuwaza Nov. 6, 2022
Cambria set to sell major stake
“In the view of the board these repayments bode well  for the possibility of recovering the full value of the company’s legacy debt or blocked funds.”
By Mthandazo Nyoni Nov. 6, 2022
Surface Wilmar to open US$24m plant by year end
“It is still under construction; because of Covid-19, a few things got out of play,” Dendere said.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Nov. 6, 2022
Govt eyes solar farm to ease power crisis
“We are still working on a solar farm, and talks are in progress so that will help us big time with solar energy.
By Tatira Zwinoira Nov. 6, 2022
Property firm lists REIT on ZSE
Following regulatory approval in 2021, the listing of Tigere will be a significant milestone for the country’ economic growth
By Mthandazo Nyoni Oct. 30, 2022
BNC promises full disclosure to investors
BNC said the high cost of maintaining the aged underground equipment, coupled with the lower nickel in concentrate production resulted in an increase in unit costs.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Oct. 30, 2022
Kickbacks for licenses destroy Zimbabwe’s transport sector
Pact said public officials, whose incomes have been significantly eroded by inflation (earning approximately US$56 to US$130 per month)
By Mthandazo Nyoni Oct. 30, 2022
A business plan for an entrepreneur
In order for the business venture to grow and be sustainable there is a need for proper planning
By Francis Chitambira Oct. 30, 2022
Veld fires destroy US$1m wheat
Farms have in the past few weeks been in the eye of raging flames, with veld fires destroying everything from homes to crops, and taking lives.
By Lorraine Muromo Oct. 30, 2022
Ncube rallies Zim exporters to shake status quo
Ncube said Zimbabwe was on course to achieve its export targets despite Covid -19 induced setbacks.
By Sizalokuhle Ncube Oct. 23, 2022
‘Complicated’ multinationals cream off Zimbabwe ...US$9bn salted away as authorities run out of their depth
Pact said a typical large-scale mining operation is a capital-intensive process and requires millions of United States dollars in upfront investment.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Oct. 23, 2022
Confidence will drive financial inclusion: BAZ
Mpofu said for the informal sector to access credit lines, they must have bank accounts.
By Melody Chikono Oct. 23, 2022