Industry perm sec defends ‘structured currency’

Finance, Economic Development and Investment Promotion minister Mthuli Ncube announced on Monday plans to create a ‘structured currency’.
By Tatira Zwinoira Feb. 16, 2024

Industry ministry’s vote not good enough: CZI

Matsheza said a permissive tax was supposed to be introduced to promote compliance in the industry.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Dec. 7, 2023

ED fires Industry and Commerce deputy minister

The Chief Secretary to the President and Cabinet announced Bhila’s removal from office in a statement last night.
By Staff Reporter Nov. 30, 2023

Interview: ‘It’s time to scale up SMEs’

No government grows the economy; the economy is grown by industrialists and those that are in commerce and business.
By Freeman Makopa Oct. 27, 2023

Pre-shipment inspections improve turnaround times

Traders have however complained of the high costs in seeking pre-shipment services.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Oct. 6, 2023

Vehicle imports net US$2bn

According to Zimra, the total revenue from all motor vehicle types for the year 2022 was $29 583 267 180,33 and US$2 263 191 197,63.
By Evans Mathanda Jul. 31, 2023

Govt scales up rural industrialisation

Permanent secretary in the ministry, Mavis Sibanda told Standardbusiness in an interview last week that rural industrialisation was a priority for the government.
By Tatira Zwinoira Jul. 16, 2023

Reversing the de-industrialisation scourge

Zimbabwe's industrial sector remains highly diversified, comprising of 94 sub-sectors, producing about 6 000 products.
By Sekai Nzenza Jul. 14, 2023

Zim spending US$400m annually on drug imports

Speaking at the launch of a local pharmaceutical firm Sapps Pharmaceuticals, Dayford Nhema, a deputy director, said the bill for importing drugs was too high.
By Elma Zhoya Jun. 2, 2023