South African owned platinum miner, Zimplats has been accused of ignoring a decade long economic mandate towards communities surrounding it's operations in Ngezi.
Following the launch of Mhondoro-Ngezi community share ownership trust, there was high expectation that the 10 percent shareholding in Zimplats would transform surrounding
A Ministry of Health and Child Care (MoHCC) official has appealed to fiscal authorities to remove Value Added Tax and import duty on condoms to make them affordable to end users.
Addressing an Advocacy Meeting to Discuss Bottlenecks Affecting the Condom Market in Zimbabwe, Dr Owen
Human rights advocacy group Heal Zimbabwe Trust (HZT) has petitioned Parliament raising concern over the increase in cases of politically motivated violence, intimidation and intolerance which has claimed lives, property and livelihoods of citizens across the country.
The petitioners appealed to Parliament of Zimbabwe to exercise
Econet Wireless Zimbabwe has started charging headline tariffs in United States dollars (US$) with effect from September 01, 2022, following regulatory approvals.
The company’s customers will now be able to use US$ airtime directly for voice, SMS, data and internet services without first converting it to
01 September 2022 – Stanbic Bank, is headlining the sponsorship of the Central-South Africa Hockey Qualifiers for All Africa Games AAG 2023 through a ZWL 18 million outlay.
The qualifiers are pitting Zimbabwe (men and women), Nambia (women), Zambia (men) and Malawi (men and women) at
Finance and Economic Development Minister, Prof Mthuli Ncube has launched the US$30 million Horticulture Export Revolving Fund which will be administered by five banks including the Central Bank to give capacity to local farmers in horticulture projects to acquire value addition facilities.
The government, Reserve Bank
01 September 2022 - Stanbic Bank has lived up to its reputation as a community-centric institution by donating ZW$24. 7 million worth of sun protection products to the Albino Charity Organisation of Zimbabwe (ALCOZ).
The donation by Stanbic cements the seven-year relation that the institution now
Listed building material manufacturer Turnall Holdings strategy to change its sales mix which favored high value and low tonnage products paid off after the firm recorded a profit growth despite lower volumes.
In its six months financial results to June, revenue was 38 percent ahead of prior
Zambia won International Monetary Fund approval for a $1.3 billion, 38-month loan program on Wednesday, a crucial step in the southern African country's quest to restructure its debts and rebuild an economy ravaged by mismanagement and COVID-19.
The IMF said in a statement that the new
The Albinism Society of Zimbabwe recently held the fourth edition of the Mr and Miss Albinism pageant in Harare to support people with albinism.
Held under the theme "United in Making Our Voice heard and Inclusion for equality", the pageant advocates for acceptance, recognition and inclusion