ZIMPLATS Holdings Limited (Zimplats) profit dropped by 88% to $3,9 million from $32 million for the six months ended December 31 2014 due to a decline in sales volumes.
THE Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) has called for stakeholder to submit input for the second draft of the debt listings requirement.
Using plastic money and electronic payments are both very secure modes of accessing ones bank account. However, despite the many safeguards that banks have put in place to protect their clients from scammers and fraudsters, some clients have found themselves holding the short end of the stick
AN increase in global supply of stocks of lower grades of tobacco may weaken the marketability of inferior quality leaf, a Tobacco expert has said.
The Environmental Management Agency (EMA) has applauded the move by Mutare Bottling Company (MBC) to stop discharging effluent with a high pH from its premise which was outside the recommended level.
GOVERNMENT has signed a four-year Consignment-Based Conformity (CBCA) contract with a French global company, Bureau Veritas.
THE government and the World Bank are yet to identify specific projects that will benefit from the Zimbabwe Reconstruction Fund (Zimref), a top diplomat has said.
A water reservoir built through a $9,10 million AfDB facility, is expected to be commissioned in Mutare tomorrow, Finance and Economic Development minister Patrick Chinamasa has said.
THERE is an upsurge in attempts to forcibly take over Zimbabwean properties still owned by whites 15 years after the launch of a land reform programme, a Zimbabwe farmers’ union said.
ZANU PF legislators are reportedly inviting their MDC-T counterparts for private meetings in a bid to sweet-talk them to allow the passage of the RBZ (Debt Assumption) Bill.