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Emcoz to hold business indaba

The business indaba comes shortly after business and labour recently signed a memorandum for the establishment of a bipartite social contract amid concerns.
By Kudzai Kuwaza Mar. 22, 2023

Rethinking mining

Zimbabwe was a constant example throughout the Alternative Mining Indaba with its lithium narrative being at the centre of the conversations.
By Grace Chirenje Feb. 17, 2023

Govt in final stages of RAF operationalisation

This follows a fatal accident involving a Rimbi Tours bus and a truck while racing a Zebra Kiss bus along the Harare-Nyamapanda Highway.
By Freeman Makopa Jan. 27, 2023

Farmers union calls for rethink on free inputs

Zakariya said the fact that farmers did not stand to lose anything whether they planted late or early using the free inputs was proving detrimental to the agricultural sector.
By Melody Chikono Dec. 19, 2022

‘Forget economic growth without resolving power crisis’

If we don’t solve our power problems then we can forget growth because power is the life of the economy.
By Melody Chikono Dec. 15, 2022

Another Zim is possible, quickly too!

This concern apparently was common among both opposition political parties in attendance.
By Nevanji Madanhire Oct. 14, 2022

Small scale miners call for gemstone trade liberalisation

“Government needs to loosen the noose around the neck of the gemstone sector.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Sep. 25, 2022

‘Govt pampering looters with tax breaks’

“There is clear plunder of resources by capital/corporations without ploughing back to host communities,” Zimcodd said.
By Tatira Zwinoira Sep. 14, 2022

Health talk: Be wary of measles, its a deadly disease

More than 140 000 people died of measles in 2018. The overwhelming majority of those who die of measles are from countries with low per capita incomes and weak health infrastructures. Countries that top measles outbreaks in the world include Nigeria, India, Pakistan, Liberia, Ethiopia, Afghanistan, DRC, Indonesia and Ivory Coast.

By The NewsDay Aug. 21, 2022