IFRS: Sustainability reporting standard
Develop standards for global baseline of sustainability disclosures — allowing comparability between companies globally.
By Hope Mhindu May. 5, 2023
Council raids 600 butcheries for bad meat
The minutes said the condemned meat was disposed of in accordance with the Public Health Act and Bulawayo (Public Health) by-laws.
By Silas Nkala May. 5, 2023
News in depth: ‘We are drinking mercury’: Illegal gold mining exposes residents to poisoning
Cyanide is poisonous and can cause fatal damage to the brain and heart, according to the United States Centres for Disease Control and Prevention.
By Farai Shawn Matiashe Mar. 19, 2023
Hyperinflation leaves firms in reporting fix
Mandisodza said Zimbabwe was still in the jaws of hyperinflation because inflation was now back above 100%.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Jan. 13, 2023
BCC goes after owners of dilapidated buildings in CBD
Dictor Khumalo reported that the city council was following up on all identified dilapidated buildings in the CBD while issuing notices to newly identified structures.
By Silas Nkala Oct. 17, 2022
‘Bribe-taking bigwigs stifle corruption war’
The Zacc boss added that grand corruption was complex and required specialised skills to uncover.
By MELODY CHIKONO Oct. 7, 2022
Cimas attains ISO certification
The certification means Cimas has attained a world-class Information Security Management System that ensures the security and confidentiality of clients’ information.
By Vanessa Gonye Sep. 30, 2022
Handling scenarios not covered by IFRS
This important piece of legislation also allows the local regulator to step in when there are areas within international standards that require a domestic flair.
By Owen Mavengere Sep. 9, 2022
Border Timbers targets European markets
BTL is making its first steps to re-establish itself after stepping out of administration in March when the High Court lifted its seven year long judicial management.
By The NewsDay Jul. 24, 2022
Mapeza remains optimistic