CIFOZ celebrates successful annual golf day

 The Federation has over 1000 Professional Members and or companies in a diversity of different construction trades.
By Sports Reporter Jul. 19, 2024

TIMB introduces tobacco curing model

In an interview, Henry Dike, a representative of Boost Africa, said the centralised curing system is a game-changer for smallholder farmers.
By Brent Shamu Jul. 19, 2024

Burning Spear euphoria grips Zim showbiz

Burning Spear, born Winston Rodney, completed a 22-day North America tour on June 28 and will soon be touring Europe from July 27 to August 11.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Jul. 14, 2024

Domestic tourism push laudable but…

The local tourism product remains beyond the reach of many in the country, including those in the private sector.
By Newsday Jul. 10, 2024

Plot Mhako — A man of many jackets

Some of the challenges include political turmoil, poor infrastructure, limited access to funding, and inadequate intellectual property protections.
By Nyasha Gorogodo Jul. 7, 2024

Who will save the tobacco farmers?

Ministry of Lands, Agriculture, Fisheries and Rural Development, Obert Jiri told a tobacco conference that the sector should be a $60
By Kudakwashe Gwabanayi Jun. 21, 2024

Bangladesh military unhappy with weapons imported from China; complains of ‘sub-standard’, faulty parts

In a separate incident, the Bangladesh Air Force reported technical issues with Chinese-made F-7 fighter jets and short-range air defense systems.
By The Times Of India Jun. 20, 2024

Tobacco volumes down 27%

Zimbabwe this year projects to produce 235 million kg of tobacco, from a record harvest of 296 million kg last year.
By Blessed Ndlovu Jun. 20, 2024

Technology firm launches tobacco digital platform

The platform is meant to help farmers improve productivity and market their crop beyond Zimbabwe borders.
By Ropafadzo Makosi May. 21, 2024