Government has ploughed back its US$914 000 dividend in Agribank to fund the capitalization and growth of the once loss making entity.
By Jeoffrey Ncube
Speaking during the Agribank, Annual General Meeting held in Harare on Monday, Minister of Finance Patrick Chinamasa said treasury has been capitalizing
Barely a week before they face Al Ahli Tripoli in the reverse CAF Champions league fixture in Libya, the Caps United camp is in total chaos with club executive and players clashing over unpaid allowances.
In an interview with 263Chat, a Caps United player who could
Warriors interim coach Norman Mapeza says there is still a long way to go before the country can start talking about qualifying for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations finals.
Addressing journalists after the warriors dispatched hapless Liberia 3-0 at the National Sports Stadium, Mapeza said
Zimbabwe Tourism Authority Chief Executive Officer Karikoga Kaseke who promised the inaugural Miss Mt. Pleasant, Sikhulile Shumba a place in this year’s Miss Tourism pageant finals has become evasive, 263Chat can exclusively reveal.
In a major climb down to the promise that the ZTA boss made
Converged multi-technology company and Zimbabwe's leading mobile network service provider Econet Wireless has launched a youth empowerment programme designed to support and equip young people with different skill sets, among them entrepreneurship training and mentorship by highly qualified professionals.
The programme dubbed Elevate was unveiled in Harare
Liquid Telecom Zimbabwe's extensive fibre network in Zimbabwe has earned the giant internet service provider the Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce Connectivity Award at the ZNCC Mashonaland Annual Business Awards Ceremony held in Harare last week.
Liquid Telecom is Zimbabwe's leading Internet Service Provider (ISP), boasting
We have been working mostly in East Africa and that’s where most of the funding has gone. In 2010 we introduced a renewable energy portfolio and specifically of this session we are looking to promote renewable projects which are focused on four countries in Africa
In a rapidly changing knowledge economy, it no longer makes sense to continue characterizing farmers in developing countries by the size of land on which they produce agricultural commodities. Informal agriculture markets provide various ways through which African farmers can be characterized beyond the smallholder,
We urge all businesses to support and respect the President by sending their workforce to the interface with the President. All school heads MUST make sure that they release their students, staff and buses for this event.
Econet Wireless's e-commerce startup Ownai has partnered the United Nations Development Programme and Zimbabwe Farmers Union to conduct a Farmers Market Fair to be held tomorrow on Saturday at the Harare Show Grounds in Harare.
The fair is aimed at promoting linkages across agricultural value chains,