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They downed a cider and drove away brand new cars

The event was courtesy of African Distillers (Afdis), one of the country’s producers of alcoholic beverages, primarily distilled spirits and wines.
By Bridget Wadzanai Mavhimira Feb. 21, 2023

AFDIS eyes growth amid operational instability

Afdis pointed out that the economic environment continued to present impediments that constrained business operations.
By Kudzai Kuwaza Jan. 27, 2023

Reform major cities for economic development

The economic ambitions of Zimbabwe to be a middle-income economy by 2030 cannot be achieved, unless urgent action is taken to reform the cities into investment institutions and centres.
By Rodney Ndamba Jan. 27, 2023

Zim outlook (II): The road ahead

We delve into some of the quantitative and qualitative variables that influence parallel market rates in order to assess the direction of exchange rates.
By Tafara Mtutu Jan. 13, 2023

Fresh plan to ramp up exports, FDI

Ndlovu he was confident of the incentives put in place by government to bring investments into special economic zones and tourism development zones.
By Freeman Makopa Dec. 14, 2022

Afdis bullish amid tough operating environment

Wine volumes grew 24% driven by improved availability and affordability of some brands which are now packaged locally.
By Melody Chikono Nov. 4, 2022

Afdis relaunches Gold Blend brand

 Afdis is targeting a youthful crowd with its revamped product.
By RUGARE MUBIKA Oct. 26, 2022

Enter slowbalisation

According to World Bank data, global exports as a percentage of GDP picked up 35 percentage points, from 31% in 1975 to 61% in 2008.
By Tafara Mtutu Sep. 2, 2022

Zimbabwe is closed for business, says think tank

Under Mnangagwa’s investment policy reforms that came into force after the coup in 2017, Zimbabwe has been pursuing a strategy that gives it leverage over regional peers in terms of attracting foreign direct investment (FDI).

By The NewsDay Apr. 24, 2022