Category: Business

Enough rhetoric against the corrupt: TIZ

By Byron Mutingwende   Transparency International Zimbabwe (TIZ) has said there has for a long time been sufficient rhetoric about prosecuting the implicated hence...

Clear trade policy direction enhances sustainable economic development

By Byron Mutingwende   Stakeholders have been urged to craft a clear trade policy direction that will enhance sustainable economic development to extricate Zimbabwe...

Farmers capacitated ahead of planting season

By Byron Mutingwende Melody Machuwaire (34) reckons that the Lowveld, particularly the Chibuwe area under Chipinge South District, has endured extreme weather events for...

Informal sector rise, unemployment harmful to the economy: Yu

By Byron Mutingwende The growing rate informalistion of jobs and unemployment has a negative impact on the economy, a senior United Nations official has said. Speaking...

SMEs susceptible to corruption: TIZ

By Byron Mutingwende Small to medium enterprises (SMEs) are susceptible to corruption due to the fact that the majority of them are informal traders who are not fully...

By Byron Mutingwende Zimbabwean civil society organisations (CSOs) have called for transparency and accountability in public finance management. This emerged at a...

Government appointments should be transparent: TIZ

The appointment of Simba Chikore as the Chief Operations Officer at Air Zimbabwe has brought to the fore the need for transparency when recruiting for the government or...

Bishop Rocky Moyo (R) in the company of ACCZ leadership

Bishop Rocky Moyo: spearheading development through the Gospel

He is soft-spoken and an easy-going character that one can mistake him for an ordinary person but Bishop Rocky Moyo is a Man of God with a philanthropic heart and a zeal...

Labour Amendment Bill leaves out ex-miners’ concerns

Written by Byron Mutingwende BINDURA – Hundreds of miners illegally fired from work at one of the Mashonaland Central province’s mining giants Mwana Africa long...

Chinese- Zimbabwe bigwigs siphoning diamonds from Marange

By Problem Masau Helicopters hover every day above Marange diamond’s fields. Chinese nationals together with uniformed soldiers disembark and collect the precious...