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BCC billing system riles companies

Two organisations have since met the council to express their concerns over the local authority’s bills.
By Nizbert Moyo Jan. 16, 2023

Govt must take heed: Businesses are struggling

The International Monetary Fund, which was in the country recently, called for the liberalisation of the forex market.
By Newsday Dec. 19, 2022

Red flag over worsening ease of doing business

ZNCC president Mike Kamungeremu highlighted some of these factors when launching the survey.
By Tatira Zwinoira Dec. 9, 2022

Trade, investment indaba kicks off in Byo

Delegates will include government representatives from agriculture, commerce and industry sectors.
By Zanele Ndlovu Nov. 17, 2022

Harsh taxes dominate talk as budget nears

The budget will be nearly double the $1,9 trillion expenditure for 2022.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Oct. 25, 2022

Mutare creatives shine at ZNCC awards

The awards, hosted annually since 2013, celebrate the successes of women in business.
By Tendai Sauta Oct. 13, 2022

Half of Zim youths loafing: ZimStat

ZimStat acting manager (labour, market, and statistics department) Tidings Matangira said most of the youth who were in NEET were doing nothing. 
By Miriam Mangwaya Oct. 4, 2022

Women urged to take advantage of Women’s Bank

Nzenza said it was important to develop economies where men and women have equal opportunities.
By Tatenda Manyinyire Oct. 3, 2022

‘No easy road to recovery for Zim’

The southern African country is also saddled with an unsustainable debt overhang and runaway inflation of 280% that are frustrating economic recovery.
By Kudzai Kuwaza Sep. 30, 2022