Harare health time bomb…as vendors store stocks in public toilets

Caretakers who spoke to NewsDay Weekender on condition of anonymity said they cooperate with vendors on a win-win situation.
By Evans Mathanda Jun. 22, 2024

Harare City Council deserves to be run by a commission

The reprehensible behaviour by council officials should be investigated without fear or favour.
By Johannes Marisa Jun. 14, 2024

Econet Victoria Falls Marathon's stature continues to grow

From vendors selling crafts and food to service providers offering guided tours and transport, the event provides a platform for local enterprises to thrive.
By Sports Reporter Jun. 9, 2024

A tough task to restore glow to Harare

This is a bold statement which, if implemented, will return the glow to the once sunshine city.
By Newsday May. 28, 2024

It never rains but, it pours for Zimbabwe’s economy.

Compared to the US dollar, the value of the new ZiG currency is already decreasing.
By Dickson Chikwizo May. 17, 2024

Contract management as a critical success factor in supply chains (I)

Fast forward to this day, the world is a different place altogether. The need for a contract management system is now at a tipping point than ever before.
By Charles Nyika May. 17, 2024

Harare heads for a clash with vendors

Informal traders vowed to fight back as they accused authorities of being divorced from economic realities that drive ordinary people into vending to make a living.
By Desmond Chingarande May. 1, 2024

Food vendors overrun Byo streets after hours

Bulawayo Vendors and Traders Association executive director Michael Ndiweni said food vendors were generally uninformed on good food hygiene practices.
By Innocent Magondo Apr. 24, 2024

Slow progress at vending bays riles Byo vendors

This comes after Bulawayo City Council temporarily closed the street for renovations where it plans to create 500 vending bays to allow smooth vehicles movement.
By Innocent Magondo Apr. 10, 2024