Zim loses US$15m annually to work-related injuries, deaths

The NSSA chief vowed to penalise organisations that knowingly expose their employees to harm’s way.
By Tatira Zwinoira Jul. 21, 2023

The rise of informality, social protection deficit

The majority of informal sector businesses and workers face high risks due to conditions under which they work.
By Samuel Wadzai Apr. 28, 2023

Voluntary corporate rescue as a life line for distressed businesses: Zim

Corporate rescue is the legal procedure which seeks to give a financially distressed company, time and space to regain viability.
By Beatrice Moyo Mar. 18, 2023

Opinion: Bottom-up approach to businesses success

For economies such as Zimbabwe, which are volatile to external pressures, there is a need for the government to have a bottom-up approach as far as addressing business needs is concerned.
By Tariro Chivige-mapfiro Feb. 10, 2023

Kaukonde in car supply storm

The vehicle supplier was then fully paid by the end of December last year and the delay in the delivery of vehicles almost 10 months on has triggered divisions within the ministry.
By Tinashe Makichi and Sydney Kawadza Oct. 14, 2022

Fumati Group CEO dreams big

“Our factory is in Waterfalls and that is where we do all the production from scratch,” Changweya said.
By Takemore Mazuruse Oct. 9, 2022

Cartoon: October 7, 2022 edition

Cartoon: October 7, 2022 edition
By Tony Namate Oct. 7, 2022

Has Zim sunk this low?

When we get to a stage where we, as a people in this modern age, are unable to preserve our dead before burial, this is beyond failure.
By Newsday Sep. 20, 2022

PPC bullish after Zim forex bonanza

The cement manufacturer said there was a robust surge in US dollar inflows during the period, which was bolstered by price hikes.
By Shame Makoshori Sep. 15, 2022