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Hwange says H1 coal, coke sales fall, targets region

Hwange says H1 coal, coke sales fall, targets region

Zimbabwe’s Hwange Colliery Company said on Wednesday its first-half coal and coke sales fell 10 percent after a slide in…

Business meeting for revival of Bulawayo industry

Business meeting for revival of Bulawayo industry

A BREAKFAST business forum has been set for Bulawayo tomorrow at a hotel to discuss and deliberate on issues affecting Bulawayo industry and come up with possible solutions.

Innscor says profit falls, plans acquisitions

Innscor says profit falls, plans acquisitions

Zimbabwean fast food group Innscor Africa on Friday reported a 7.8 percent fall in full-year operating profit and lower revenue due to weak consumer spending, but said it plans to make cash-generating acquisitions.

Farmers get go-ahead to import breeding stock

Farmers get go-ahead to import breeding stock

AGRICULTURE, Mechanisation and Irrigation Development minister Joseph Made has said government will allow players to continue importing breeding stock from South Africa to beef up the national herd, but warned that stringent measuers would be applied on imported breeding stock to curb the spread of diseases.

Beef shortages hit Zim due to foot and mouth diseases

Beef shortages hit Zim due to foot and mouth diseases

ZIMBABWE has been hit by beef shortage due to the outbreak of foot and mouth disease (FMD) recently across the country, the Consumer Council of Zimbabwe (CCZ) has said.

Financial institutions winding up demonetising

Financial institutions winding up demonetising

FINANCIAL institutions are winding up demonetising the Zimbabwe dollar amounts on active accounts before the close of the exercise in two weeks.

Strengthening US dollar hits steelmaker

Strengthening US dollar hits steelmaker

Steelmakers Zimbabwe, one of the few remaining steel-producing companies in the country, has said it is losing its export market due to the strengthening United States dollar.

Low-cost airlines confront national carriers in Africa

Low-cost airlines confront national carriers in Africa

Before Fastjet launched low-cost flights between Harare and Dar es Salaam last year, Zimbabwean businessman Jonathan Jabangwe had to brave a hair-raising, three day bus journey to meet his clients in Tanzania.

WASHen conference preps at advanced stage

WASHen conference preps at advanced stage

THE Zimbabwe International Trade Fair company says preparations for the second edition of the water, sanitation, hygiene and energy conference, WASHen 2015, are progressing well.

Merlin’s offshoot ramps up production after relocating from Zim

Merlin’s offshoot ramps up production after relocating from Zim

Northern Textile Mills (Nortex), an offshoot of the now defunct Merlin, has reportedly ramped up production to 100% after relocating from Zimbabwe to Botswana, a clear indication that the country is missing a lot in terms of investment.

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