NICOZ Diamond Insurance Limited group recorded a 52% jump in operating profit to $1,86 million due to 15% savings on operating expenses and top line growth in their first half results for the year.
MACRO-ECONOMIC Planning and Investment Promotion minister Obert Mpofu has bemoaned lack of foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows into the country and urged government and private sector to work together to lure investors.
THE United Kingdom has toughened its stance on Zimbabwe saying its future support for a bailout on the country requires demonstrable progress on human rights, governance and rule of law, in addition to economic reforms
AIM-listed mining company Vast Resources PLC says its Pickstone-Peerless Gold Mine (PPGM) has increased monthly production output, with ore processing now reaching 20 000 tonnes.
COMPANIES must come up with new innovations in order to create demand for products other than being copycats of regional and international industries, a government official has said
Insurance players should come up with lower cost products, which tally with the prevailing economic challenges, Insurance Institute of Zimbabwe (IIZ) president has said.
GOVERNMENT has accused bankers of being dishonest concerning the conditions needed to use 99-year leases as collateral, and implored financial institutions to reduce the cost of borrowing.
INTEGRATING decent work and the rural economy is an ongoing process and should involve stakeholders, International Labour Organisation (ILO) country director for Zimbabwe and Namibia, Hopolang Phororo, has said. BY VICTORIA MTOMBA In an interview on the sidelines of a workshop running under the theme “Rural economy knowledge sharing forum” at a hotel in the […]
THOSE in the agriculture and retail business complaining about being affected by import restrictions must not be entertained as communal farmers have capacity to meet the demand, a deputy minister has said.
Zimbabwe appears to be on the sidelines and indeed at the “back of the line” when it comes to technological advances. But two young men from National University of Science and Technology (Nust) have recently challenged that dogma.