Editorial Comment: Heads must roll after auditor general exposé

Zacc is feared to have lost money after it paid US$345 918 for 10 cars but had received only five at the time of the audit.
By The Standard Oct. 29, 2023

High time to enforce no delivery, no pay policy

In her report, acting Auditor-General Rheah Kujinga noted that there were 51 entities that had not yet submitted financial statements for audit.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Oct. 27, 2023

TIMB boss in sexual harassment storm

The damning allegations are contained in the female executive’s founding affidavit against her dismissal from TIMB on abuse of office charges.
By Staff Reporter Aug. 30, 2023

Let’s rethink tobacco funding model

For years now, farmers have been caught in a vicious cycle of taking out loans from tobacco companies to finance their operations
By Newsday Aug. 2, 2023

RBZ puts tobacco cartels on the radar

Sources said the scams involved senior officials at regulator Tobacco Industry and Marketing Board (TIMB), which this week turned down a request for comment.
By Tinashe Makichi May. 12, 2023

Tobacco sales rake in US$258m

Tobacco is one of Zimbabwe’s foreign currency earners. It contributed about US$782 million in the 2020 farming season, according to the Tobacco Industry and Marketing Board.
By Freeman Makopa May. 1, 2023

TIMB intensifies shisha tobacco production

TIMB said shisha tobacco was cultivated in almost the same way as traditional virginia tobacco with minor differences in agronomy. I
By Mthandazo Nyoni Apr. 5, 2023

TIMB introduces natural air curing system

“Once cold colouring is complete, the tobacco can either be moved into brick barns (if they are available) or moved onto racks that have been erected for natural curing/ sun curing,” TIMB said.
By Rugare Mubika Mar. 23, 2023

Tobacco farmers rake in US$19,4m in 6 days

The growth in output expectations are coming on the back of good rains and increased hectarage
By Melody Chikono Mar. 20, 2023