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Net metering is good, but…

Under the net metering programme, households and companies that generate excess solar power at their respective locations can feed the energy back into the national grid through a grid-tied convertor.
By Tatira Zwinoira Mar. 1, 2024
Data protection critical, says Liquid Zimbabwe
Data protection critical, says Liquid Zimbabwe
Liquid Zimbabwe said as businesses’ reliance on cloud-based platforms like Microsoft 365 grows, it is now more important than ever to be aware of data security risks.
By Business Reporter Mar. 1, 2024
Zim debt now about US$23 billion
We have seen new technologies also coming in so we are reviewing that policy and we are going to receive assistance from various partners while as a ministry we have put it in our budget.
By Tatira Zwinoira Feb. 29, 2024
Mthuli calls for open borders in Africa
The African Union estimates that the agreement will boost revenue and lift 30 million people out of extreme poverty.
Gold Leaf Tobacco: SARS claims billions from Sasfin in Rudland money laundering debacle
This happened amid repeated warnings over the lapse of risk and control measures at the bank’s foreign exchange division.
By Daily Maverick Feb. 28, 2024
Stanbic launches innovative programme to prop up SMEs
Kambasha said the term “Rise Above” was coined as a way of encouraging SMEs and the business community at large to excel against the odds.
By Staff Reporter Feb. 28, 2024
‘Low tariffs hurting telecoms industry’
Telcos need an urgent review of tariffs
By admin Feb. 28, 2024
Microfinance players urged to be innovative
The microfinance sector, like the rest of the financial services sector, has also been victim to policy inconsistencies especially around currency resulting in massive loss of value.
By Melody Chikono Feb. 28, 2024
Rabbit farming a promising sector: Govt
The training programme was sponsored by the Chinese embassy in Zimbabwe,
By Blessed Ndlovu Feb. 28, 2024
Zim debt set to balloon… as Treasury borrows to finance budget gap
According to the latest annual borrowing plan released by the Public Debt Management Office (PDMO), the total budget financing gap amounts to ZWL$9,2 trillion.
Zida moves to address investor concerns
Applications for designation of land as Sez are now in terms of the regulations and the applicant must prove ownership of land by way of land title or a lease of not less than 25 years.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Feb. 27, 2024
Cereal imports to put pressure on Zimdollar
FAO said the situation has been worsened by the prevailing dryness and high temperatures which is likely to impact on the 2024 yield in the country.
fastjet positions Vic Falls as regional tourism hub
The carrier expanded its presence in Zimbabwe to include Kariba and Hwange, expediting a long-cherished goal of connecting the entire nation with a network.
By Julia Ndlela Feb. 27, 2024
Tough times ahead, research firm warns
The agriculture sector is projected to contract by -4,9% this year due to the anticipated normal to below-normal rainfall pattern. The mining sector is projected to grow by 7,6%.
 Feb. 27, 2024
Govt encourages women to step into managerial roles
The ministry administers two funds, the Women Development Fund and Zimbabwe Community Development Fund.
‘Innovation vital to economic development’
The ZBFH boss said he wanted to formally commit to this through a memorandum of understanding like the ones signed with institutions in the hubs.
By Blessed Ndlovu and BELINDA CHIROODZA Feb. 26, 2024
CFI Holdings seeks strategic ideas to procure raw materials
CFI said the continued depreciation of the Zimdollar against the United States dollar was worsening the situation.
Tanganda lines up value addition projects
Tanganda had ZWL$1,87 to every dollar of debt showing that the company had more than enough liquidity for its value-addition projects.
By Tatira Zwinoira Feb. 26, 2024
Zimplats loses US$114m following Mtasa resignation debacle
Mtasa was the long-time head of the State-owned entity, TelOne.
By Tatira Zwinoira Feb. 23, 2024
Ipec calls out funeral assurers
This comes as the sector continues to hold investments in equities, cash and money market instruments in very small proportions relative to the overall asset portfolio.
By Melody Chikono Feb. 23, 2024
Poor salaries, working conditions rile mine workers
According to the workers, investors allegedly use dirty money to manipulate the system they operate in to create a hazardous environment for mine workers.
By Blessed Mhlanga Feb. 23, 2024
Analyzing the Relationship Between Ethereum Price and Futures Contracts
Ethereum attracts a significant volume of futures trading, reflecting both its high market cap and volatility.
By Newsday Feb. 22, 2024
Mukuyu gas field gets global recognition
The gas field, straddling Muzarabani and Mbire districts, was discovered by Australian firm Invictus Energy Limited.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Feb. 22, 2024
Diversification drive pays off for Masholds
Masholds has a long-term strategy hinged on diversifying its portfolio.
By Melody Chikono Feb. 22, 2024
Travel Insurance
he various laws that govern the travel insurance industry are designed to protect passengers from the unforeseen effects of illnesses
By Newsday Feb. 21, 2024
Tobacco exports surge
According to TIMB, 91% of the registered growers are contracted.
By Melody Chikono Feb. 21, 2024
Unki Mine retains responsible mining certificate
It is one of the most rigorous certification processes.
By Melody Chikono Feb. 21, 2024
Cambria seeks to recover Old Mutual shares
It said its cash flow remained positive, but significantly impacted by the depreciation of the local currency.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Feb. 21, 2024