• Why regional payment systems are assuming greater importance

    The first stage of the Sadc Integrated Regional Electronic Settlement System (SIRESS), being the first go-live involving countries in the Common Monetary Area (CMA) namely Lesotho, Namibia, South Africa and Swaziland, was initiated in July 2013.

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    No need to import cooking oil – CZI

    THERE is no need for Zimbabwe to continue importing cooking oil from neighbouring countries because local producers are now able to meet demand, the Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI) said.

  • A man seats at the entrance of ZB Bank Southerton branch
    ZB Financial Holdings posts profit – Official

    ZB Financial Holdings has posted a $4,1 million profit for the half-year-ended June 2015 compared to a loss of $1,2 million in the same period last year, attributed to a raft of cost-cutting measures, an executive has said.

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    Agro-processor Pure Oil expands capacity

    PURE Oil, the producer of Zimgold cooking oil, will see its output more than doubling to 7 million litres per month following the acquisition of new machinery.

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    30 000 entrepreneurs to get assistance from the US

    The United States is set to offer tangible support to over 30 000 Zimbabwean entrepreneurs over the next year following a visit from an American private sector entrepreneur, who will lead discussions on how businesses can maximise resources.

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    How farmers can set rules in agric markets

    UNDERSTANDING market forces at a granular level will enable farmers to set rules of the marketing game. While it is important for farmers to do their budgeting and costing, the market ultimately determines prices and commodity values.

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    Moza team seeks Zim opportunities

    A delegation of selected buyers from Mozambique is set to visit Zimbabwe in November to look for possible business deals with local companies, trade promotions body, ZimTrade has said.

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    As China sneezes… Zim companies to record mixed fortunes

    Local tobacco companies will face revenue pressures as the United States dollar receipts from sales will be affected by the depreciation of the Chinese yuan in the face of stagnant global demand and supply for the golden leaf, a leading brokerage firm has warned.

  • Live Updates: Willard Khumalo ‘s burial
    Willard Mashinkila Khumalo

    NewsDay brings you live updates from the Willard ‘Mashinkila ‘ Khumalo ‘s burial in Bulawayo.

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  • Injured Dynamos player Obey Mwerahari limps off the field while fellow player Simba Nhivi is attended to by medics.
    DeMbare seek to complete double over How Mine

    DYNAMOS return to Rufaro this weekend as they host plucky gold miners How Mine in a Castle Lager Premiership tie on Sunday.

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    Mukhuhlani demands results

    Newly-elected Zimbabwe Cricket board chairman Tavengwa Mukuhlani has warned that his administration will demand results from national teams.

  • Knox Mutizwa (in front ) celebrates his opener against Dynamos at Rufaro Stadium on Sunday
    Mutizwa out of Bulawayo derby

    HIGHLANDERS will miss the services of top goalscorer Knox Mutizwa who is serving a suspension, when they take on table toppers Chicken Inn in a Castle Lager Premier League match that could shape the destiny for their under fire technical team.

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    ICC okays Waller’s bowling action

    The ICC yesterday cleared Zimbabwe’s Malcolm Waller to bowl in international cricket following remedial work on the off-spinner’s action.

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    Zim Cricket supports Stragglers Junior Cricket week

    ZIMBABWE national cricket team batsman Hamilton Masakadza and coach Dave Whatmore yesterday graced the Stanbic Bank Stragglers Junior Cricket Week at Hartman House.

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    Zim set up Namibia showdown

    The Zimbabwe Under-19 rugby team set up an Africa Cup final showdown with Namibia on Saturday after a hard fought semi-final victory over Kenya at St George’s College yesterday.

  • Charles Manyuchi in Italy on Saturday night
    Zimra demand $70k from Manyuchi

    Zimbabwe’s superstar boxer Charles Manyuchi has claimed that Zimra is demanding a staggering $70 000 before they can release his passport which was confiscated upon his return from a successful trip to Italy last month.

  • Braxton, Babyface concert ‘outrageously’ priced
    Toni Braxton&Babyface

    AMERICAN R&B sensation Toni Braxton’s local fans have expressed outrage over the “ridiculously” high price of her joint show with Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds who is landing in the country today ahead of their performance on Friday night.

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    Local acts ready for Davido show

    LOCAL artistes who are billed to share the stage with Nigerian singer Davido on Saturday at Belgravia Sports Club in Harare said they are ready for the show and are promising sterling performances.

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    A vendor who dares to be different and dreams big ….

    SHE weaves in and out of traffic with ease, her tiny hands clutching a stack of newspapers that flutter in the early morning breeze.

  • Billal Hyder one of world's tallest man Sharmeen Wazir Mahomed
    Hyder – making a living out of ‘unusual’ height

    HERE is a man whose shoes – size 16 – and bed, are custom-made to suit his unusual height.

  • Leonard Zhakata
    Zhakata to headline Kadoma show

    LEGENDARY musician Leonard “Karikoga” Zhakata will this Saturday night square off with the new generation of Sungura artistes, Peter Moyo and Tryson Chimbetu in Kadoma.

  • Manyeruke and Guspy Warrior
    Manyeruke still to listen to son’s music

    GOSPEL music icon, Mechanic Manyeruke has revealed that he is yet to listen to his son, Guspy Warrior’s music despite him having made it big in Zimdancehall.

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    Platinum Prince chides Mugabe

    RISING dancehall chanter Platinum Prince has released a song that chides President Robert Mugabe for his failure to address the socio-economic ills bedevilling the country.

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    Braxton off to Vic Falls

    AMERICAN R&B sensation Toni Braxton, who arrived in the country on Monday accompanied by sisters Trina and Towanda, yesterday failed to visit a Chitungwiza children’s home as earlier indicated in her itinerary due to undisclosed “commitments”, NewsDay has established.

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