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2025 Economic Census sensitisation begins

The 2025 Economic Census will cover micro, small, medium and large enterprises.
By Nunurai Jena 17h ago

Fresh push to halt deforestation in Matusadona National Park

Deputy park manager Daniel Sithole yesterday told NewsDay that the development was meant to curb deforestation in the park, hence conserving natural resources.
By Obert Siamilandu 17h ago

Global auditing firms exit, a blessing in disguise: Icaz

The Icaz president also revealed that the institute has assisted about 500 practitioners to get remote placements abroad as local companies struggle with new clients.
By Melody Chikono 17h ago

Policy inconsistency threatens businesses, US says

The United States’ Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs noted that more needs to be done to improve the country’s investment attractiveness.
By Tatira Zwinoira 17h ago

91 tonnes of copper stolen at Chirundu border post

The company, Nashfreight and Transport Services, unsuccessfully approached the High Court seeking the release of the trucks.
By Desmond Chingarande 17h ago

‘Zim’s opaque debt data stifles growth’

Expected additions include US$1,9 billion for recapitalising the Mutapa Investment Fund and US$1,2 billion assumed from the central bank.
By Mthandazo Nyoni 17h ago

Parliamentary Committee Gives Thumbs Up To AMJZ

The partnership seeks to equip journalists with specialised knowledge about the mining value chain to enhance the quality and depth of reporting on mining issues.
By Staff Reporter Jul. 22, 2024

Chenhaka Trust publishes book

It also comes when there is an acute shortage of contextually relevant books and literature for a balanced teaching and learning in Zimbabwe.
By Tendai Sauta Jul. 22, 2024

176 Zimbos deported from SA

South Africa has stepped up deportations of foreigners particularly Zimbabweans accused of taking jobs meant for people of that country.
By Rex Mphisa Jul. 22, 2024