Villagers clash with mining companies

Hlabangana said the companies had done little or nothing to rehabilitate the roads or invest in community development projects.
By Nizbert Moyo Dec. 3, 2023

Egyptian cement firms eye local market

While the KCL’s plants have since come back online, cement prices still remain high.
By Blessed Ndlovu Nov. 24, 2023

CSO courts BCC on waste management policy

The MIHR said: “Section 44: the term “invalid” is derogatory and we propose that the by-law adopts a human rights term that does not discriminate.”
By Silas Nkala Nov. 22, 2023

Pensioners to be compensated for 2007-9 losses

Mujoma urged relatives of deceased life assurance policyholders to come forward so that designated beneficiaries receive their dues.
By Problem Masau Nov. 17, 2023

Harmonising profits: Transfer pricing policies in Zim firms

As the business landscape evolves, companies must remain adaptable and proactive in their approach to transfer pricing, ensuring compliance, fairness, and sustainable practices.
By Tonderai Munengami Nov. 10, 2023

Creditors raid broke Zim govt contractors

Executives at some construction firms also noted that short-term loans, some of which were borrowed from the expensive informal markets.
By Freeman Makopa Oct. 6, 2023

Feature: Big pharmaceutical companies exposed for theft, high prices

This background suggests that Harris’ issues with Novartis should be taken very seriously by the US government.
By Emmanuel Koro Jul. 24, 2023

Smelly Dube inducted into African Leaders Hall of Fame

Outstanding women in Africa and iconic African leaders in their respective fields as well as young exceptional Africans were inducted into the Leadership Hall of Fame.
By Staff Reporter Jul. 23, 2023

Another African honour for Simeli Dube

According to the London Journal, Rivervalley has achieved phenomenal growth and diversification under Dube, contributing immensely to the economy of the country.
By Staff Reporter Jul. 20, 2023