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Intellectual Property (IP) systems are critical in helping new ventures transform their innovation potential and creativity into market value and competitiveness. Intellectual Property rights (IPR) allow innovative entrepreneurs to protect their inventions. They may also have multiple other functions, such as signaling
Mnangagwa's 100 days come to an end on the 4th of March and have been widely regarded as fruitless , filled with too many promises but little achievements.
Chimurenga music sensation and sculptor cum-businessman, Bryn Taurai Mteki popularly known as Sekurutau has launched a purified water brand named 'MVURA' as part of his BrynBrands in a move aimed at expanding his business empire.
The move comes in handy following continued desperation for clean water
Zimbabwe Stock Exchange-listed company, GetBucks Microfinance Bank recorded a net profit of $2.58 million for the six months ended 31 December 2017, a 51% increase from last year.
According to the group financial results, the result was achieved through increased Interest Income of $4.96 million from
Movement for Democratic Change has dismissed remarks by chiefs from Mashonaland East province that they will not allow someone who was a toddler during the liberation struggle to be President of Zimbabwe saying they back off political fights and respect the constitution.
Speaking during a recent
The Nkosana Moyo led Alliance for People's Agenda (APA) has promised to solve all the education problems facing the country should they form the next government.
NUST students on Monday sustained injuries after ZRP officers unleashed dogs on them while trying to block a demonstration to
Zimbabwe's techno-preneurship institution, the Harare Institute of Technology is set to host the Women in Technology (WIT) Day on the 8th of March to mark the International Women's Day. The event is focused on celebrating and recognizing innovations made by women and girls in engineering
This is the first leg of the re-egnagement efforts as these countries are the among the top key traditional source markets.
A Tanzanian company, Bakhresa Group has partnered Blue Ribbon Foods to invest US$2 million in a state of the art milling plant that is expected to improve Zimbabwe's wheat and maize value chains.
Speaking after the tour of Blue Ribbon Foods plant in Harare on Tuesday,
Hospitality group Africa Albida Tourism has won two prestigious Zimbabwe Council for Tourism awards, including operations and finance director Nigel Frost being named Tourism Personality of the Year.
Mr Frost was presented with the Tourism Personality of the Year award at the Zimbabwe Council for Tourism’s