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SoCreative platform forges future change-makers

The course modules include launching and growing a creative enterprise and social impact through creative entrepreneurship, and creative economy policy.
By Khumbulani Muleya Sep. 17, 2023

RBZ bails out 3 banks

The revelations about the three banks, who the RBZ did not name, have once again raised questions about the liquidity and capital levels in the banking sector.
By Tatira Zwinoira Aug. 16, 2023

Criticism over 'leak' of Kenyatta's UK trip details

Last week, the former president accused the government of harassing his family.
By Bbc News Aug. 1, 2023

Hunting benefits truths can collapse anti-hunting groups

They want to review it at committee stage where it is now.
By Emmanuel Koro Jul. 28, 2023

Zim has officially become a pariah State

By the country’s National Assembly passing the much-loathed so-called “Patriot Bill”, Zimbabwe has effectively joined the unenviable international “Hall of Shame”.
By Tendai Ruben Mbofana Jun. 5, 2023

UB40 ft Ali Campbell promises fireworks

Some members of the group said they were coming to Zimbabwe for the first time, but promised a good show.
By Bridget Wadzanai Mavhimira May. 25, 2023

BAT volumes decline

The firm also noted that value added tax increased to 15% from 14,5%.
By Tatira Zwinoira May. 19, 2023

BAT exports seen increasing

The company also noted that its pricing in real terms was markedly higher than competitor trade prices within the period.
By Melody Chikono Apr. 26, 2023

‘UK hunting Bill torments Zim’

Revenues into the hunting sector alone are projected to hit US$9 million this year, from US$3 million in 2022, driven by increasing arrivals in the aftermath of the pandemic.
By Sydney Kawadza Apr. 21, 2023