US$5,5m EU fund bolsters Zim SMEs

He said the support provided by the companies ensured the timely engagement of consultants and the sourcing of project material.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko 16h ago

Banks reconfigure operating strategies

Banking institutions continue to be proactive in light of the dynamic operating environment by reconfiguring business models and operating strategies.
By Enock Rukarwa Nov. 24, 2023

Zim tobacco exports rake in US$1bn

TIMB indicated that the golden leaf from Zimbabwe is also being exported to the European Union, Middle East, Europe and the Americas.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Nov. 22, 2023

Stop election re-run daydreaming, Zanu PF tells CCC

He said while the CCC was clamouring for a re-run of the elections, no such thing would be happening in Zimbabwe.
By Stephen Chadenga Nov. 21, 2023

EditorialComment: Flawed polls: EU hit nail in the head

Fabio Massimo Castaldo, who headed the mission, said the way the institutions conducted themselves was in violation of regional election standards.
By The Standard Nov. 19, 2023

Top European clubs send scouts to Zim

This is the second time this year that Prime Time Academy is hosting an international combine after another successful one in April.
By Munyaradzi Madzokere Nov. 19, 2023

Stop by-elections, Chamisa pleads with ED

The United States embassy said:  “We call for a full investigation by the local authorities, peaceful preparations for the December by-elections and an end to political violence.”
By Mirriam Mangwaya Nov. 16, 2023

NMBZ boss speaks on horticulture funding

The group had total assets amounting to €630,2 billion as at June 2023.
By Newsday Nov. 14, 2023

Gwaze urges filmmakers to learn everything film

Gwaze believes the attendance of the National Arts Council of Zimbabwe (NACZ) at the roundtable was a great step forward
By Tendai Sauta Nov. 8, 2023