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Contribution of pension funds to economic growth

Mandatory lockdowns presented operational challenges, as industry players had to capacitate their staff to work from home, which came with additional costs.
By Ronald Zvendiya 9h ago

Why Africa must tackle climate change

Additionally, there are nearly 700 million families who lack access to healthy cooking options.
By Enos Denhere 9h ago

Tea Talk: The elevator pitch is alive

The art of conversation is disappearing and entrepreneurs, businesspeople and youngsters entering the job market should develop this skill and take it seriously.
By Carol White 9h ago

FEATURE: Online violence: How women journalists are fighting back

Media organisations, social media platforms and governments must all provide better support.
By Devin Windelspecht 9h ago

More aid for cyclone ravaged Chimanimani

The two yearlong global economic crisis and the impact of climate change, have all held back recovery for Zimbabwe’s cyclone hit communities.
By Obert Siamilandu 9h ago

Zimdollar: A timeline of how govt destroyed own currency

Struggles in sourcing forex from the auction begin to show.
By Tatira Zwinoira 9h ago

BCC faces 7-day parking fee protests

Bulawayo businessman Anglistone Sibanda said TTI and BCC were anti-people.
By Silas Nkala 9h ago

UNDP powers 1 000 rural clinics

A total of 1 044 facilities have been connected across the country since the programme started in 2017.  
By Vanessa Gonye 9h ago

Senate passes ‘Patriot Bill’...Proposed law now awaits Presidential assent

“The Senate has passed the Patriotic Bill. The Bill will be sent for Presidential assent to become a law,” legislative watchdog Open Paly tweeted last night.
By Donald Nyandoro Jun. 8, 2023