Edgars hailed for creating 700 jobs

Speaking to the media on the sidelines of the tour of the company premises, Modi said the Edgars group has made impressive progress in terms of employment creation.
By Margaret Lubinda Mar. 9, 2024

Burn issues US$10m green bond to support clean cooking in sub-Saharan Africa

The proceeds from the bond will allow BURN to increase existing manufacturing capacity in Kenya as well as launching a new manufacturing facility in Lagos, Nigeria.
By Own Correspondent Nov. 10, 2023

Real estate expert earmarked for another global symposium

The three-day global symposium, which is in its second edition, will be presided over by Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El Sisi.
By Style Reporter Sep. 24, 2023

3 nabbed over 21-tonne scrap metal theft

In a statement, Knowledge Sipanera manager at Homestead Steels said the suspects on September 3 delivered 5,3 tonnes of scrap metal valued US$ 1 525.
By Jerssie Mpofu Sep. 18, 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

Old firms fizzle out… as small companies dominate Zim industries

The CZI did not explain why new and small firms were now dominating the sector.
By Freeman Makopa Apr. 14, 2023

Beauticare workers, employers in wage deadlock

Employers are reportedly offering a basic salary of US$180, transport allowance of US$66 and a housing allowance of US$65.
By Nhau Mangirazi Apr. 14, 2023

‘COVID -19 unlocked innovation in industries’

The manufacturing sector took some of the worst blows when the pandemic struck in 2020, forcing firms to shut down as governments fought to limit contagion.
By Freeman Makopa Dec. 15, 2022

ChiTown acting mayor tells entrepreneurs to regularise businesses

The two-day expo ended on Friday and ran under the theme Our Products Our Goals.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Oct. 3, 2022