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Poor collaboration, non-disclosure breeding insurance fraud

The industry has continuously been affected by fraudulent and criminal activities which are accounting for 30% of global claims.

By The NewsDay Aug. 26, 2022
Access Forex inks UK deal
Access Forex inks UK deal

Access Forex offers a distribution network of nearly 200 collection points nationwide. It is part of Access Finance International Group.

By The NewsDay Aug. 12, 2022
Econet boss bags top director award

The awards recognise their valuable contribution to the boards on which they serve.

By The NewsDay Aug. 11, 2022
Govt ropes in companies on agric financing

The move has been necessitated by farmers facing challenges in getting funding for their activities and companies struggling to get foreign currency to pay for certain commodities.

By The NewsDay Aug. 8, 2022
Zulu lithium developer gets US$18m from Chinese partner

Under the agreement, clean technology developer Suzhou TA&A agreed to purchase, in advance, spodumene concentrate six (SC6) worth US$34,6 million from Premier to enable the construction and commissioning of a large-scale pilot plant at the Zulu lithium project.

By The NewsDay Aug. 5, 2022
Invictus awarded carbon offset projects in Zim

The projects, entered into under a 30-year contract with the Forestry Commission of Zimbabwe (FCZ), are for the development of the Ngamo-Gwayi-Sikumi (NGS) REDD+ project.

By The NewsDay Aug. 4, 2022
Raymeg gives rabbit farmers a helping hand

At six o’clock in the morning, the widow and mother of two sits down on her front porch, sipping a hot cup of coffee as she admires her flourishing rabbitry.

By The NewsDay Aug. 3, 2022
ZTA CEO sees US$5bn bonanza…as she reactivates long running blueprint

Muchanyuka, a former South African Airways executive before moving to lead ZTA in June this year, replaced Karikoga Kaseke, who retired on health grounds about a year ago.

By The NewsDay Aug. 2, 2022
Gold coin the panacea to prescribed assets challenge: Mangudya

Mangudya told NewsDay Business last week that the performance of prescribed assets has been impacted by loss in value and the gold coin will go a long way to preserve value.

By The NewsDay Aug. 1, 2022
Zesa stumped as companies demand additional 2 100MW

Existing mines and new smelters have lodged applications for an additional 2 100 megawatts (MW), documents obtained by NewsDay Business showed, indicating the crisis may deepen from 2025, when new smelters come on stream.

By The NewsDay Jul. 29, 2022
GRI projected infrastructure boom

The Cyber City is a unique, iconic development, offering several economic benefits to commercial enterprises.

By The NewsDay Jul. 28, 2022
Mandiwanza denies ‘sweetheart’ deal in succession plan“…if I respond to idiots, I become an idiot too,” says retiring CE

BY SHAME MAKOSHORI DAIRIBORD Zimbabwe Limited’s outgoing chief executive officer (CEO) Anthony Mandiwanza yesterday laughed off speculative reports that he influenced the appointment of a sweetheart to succeed him as he bows out after 26 years at the helm. In a surprise move, Mandiwanza last week announced that he would be leaving the Zimbabwe Stock […]

By The NewsDay Jul. 27, 2022
Old Mutual ventures into funeral assurance

Officials said Old Mutual’s plan was to provide a one-stop shop for financial services in the country.

By The NewsDay Jul. 26, 2022
Mines chief slams ‘noise’ over Zim crisis

Zimbabwe has been in perpetual downturns since crossing paths with world powers at the turn of the century over rule of law and human rights abuses.

By The NewsDay Jul. 22, 2022
Govt calls for fair game in contract farming

In a recent interview with our sister paper the Zimbabwe Independent, Agriculture secretary John Bhasera said rehabilitation of irrigation facilities would be accelerated to help the country deal with climate change and poor rainfall.

By The NewsDay Jul. 19, 2022
EMCOZ to hold mutual gains dialogue

This comes as wage negotiations between employers and workers have become protracted and characterised by deadlocks and threats of industrial action.

By The NewsDay Jul. 18, 2022
ZSE lists agric ETF

BY TATIRA ZWINOIRA THE Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) yesterday listed an agricultural-based Exchange Traded Fund (ETF), becoming the fourth this year and the fifth listing on ZSE. Named the Cass Saddle Asset Management Agriculture Exchange Traded Fund, the ETF took off with seed capital of $36 199 404 and additional investments will be used to […]

By The NewsDay Jul. 15, 2022
Industries want viable game plan… as Zimbabwe loses inflation war

In a brief to members titled June 2022 Inflation and Currency Developments Update, Zimbabwe’s biggest industrial lobby said markets had been thrown off balance by rocketing month-on-month inflation, which this month charged towards a record 35% last seen in July 2020.

By The NewsDay Jul. 8, 2022
Banks profits grow 311%

Sector profits increased to $27,05 billion, with interest income from loans, advances and fees and commissions constituting 34,36% and 30,32% of total income, respectively.

By The NewsDay Jun. 29, 2022
Fossil readies to take charge of Lafarge in Q4

Fossil, a relatively unknown outfit with interests spanning from construction to mining, clinched a deal to buy Associated International Cement Limited (AICL)’s 76,5% stake in the business for an undisclosed amount.

By The NewsDay Jun. 24, 2022
Dinde coalfields trigger fresh uproar…as Chinese miner faces angry community

BY MTHANDAZO NYONI A LEADING resources campaigner has piled fresh pressure on government to cancel a big coal mining project in Hwange, saying Zimbabwe must swing towards eco–friendly investments. The Centre for Natural Resource Governance (CNRG) said swaths of coalfields being exploited by Beifa Investments, a Chinese firm, in Hwange’s Dinde area would have significant […]

By The NewsDay Jun. 22, 2022
Value chains plan to fight price rage, Nzenza tells female CEOs

The plan has been in place for several years, but it became a crucial part of Zimbabwe’s battle to stem economic decline ever since bloody confrontations exploded between Russia and Ukraine in February. This sparked shortages in a cluster of crucial commodities, including wheat and oil.

By The NewsDay Jun. 17, 2022
Ariston revenue nosedives

The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange-listed firm saw its inflation adjusted revenue declining by 14% to $634,9 million after both local and export tea sales volumes suffered a 10% and 22% drop, respectively.

By The NewsDay Jun. 16, 2022
Panicky consumers hoard goods to escape price rage

BASIC commodity shortages have returned to haunt consumers, prompting them to hoard goods to escape a devastating price rage, it has emerged.

By The NewsDay Jun. 14, 2022
Kuvimba snaps up 50% GDI shares

In a statement, GDI said its decision to exit the project is “in connection with the global sanctions imposed by Western countries against Russia, which naturally also applies to Russian investments abroad”.

By The NewsDay Jun. 10, 2022
Govt losing Zimdollar war

Last week, the Zimbabwe dollar continued its unabated fall against the United States dollar to US$1:$308 from US$1:$258 officially, while it is now trading at $550 on the parallel market from $400 the previous week.

By The NewsDay Jun. 6, 2022
Exposed: Why govt pivoted on platinum tax

Zimbabwe’s platinum miners are among the country’s biggest export earners, according to Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) data.

By The NewsDay May. 27, 2022
AFC Bank capital plan gets RBZ nod

AFC Commercial Bank, which bounced back to profit during the year ended December 31, 2021 said it submitted a recapitalisation plan to the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) to raise its capital threshold to US$30 million.

By The NewsDay May. 20, 2022