A BUSINESS dinner dubbed “Bulawayo must survive” has been set for Bulawayo on Saturday as the Christian community in the city joins the crusade to seek the revival of the second capital, Southern Eye Business can reveal.
FAST-FOOD group Innscor Africa has allayed fears that it will be shutting down operations in Bulawayo which houses the southern region headquarters saying it will instead open more outlets in the region.
A SOUTH Africa-based emerging markets investment entity — MN Capital — has urged struggling Bulawayo firms to aggressively market themselves to global investors, saying international financiers are looking into Africa as an alternative investment destination.
IT is commonplace for people to nostalgically recall the good old days when Bulawayo was the industrial hub of Zimbabwe especially as the city celebrates, 120th birthday.
THE government has a good track record of shooting itself in the foot and the blitz by the National Indeginisation and Economic Empowerment Board (Nieeb) against Bulawayo companies operating in reserved sectors is one such example.
IN 1983 I recall one would drive along Belmont Road, also known as Plumtree Road, to approach Belmont Industrial area.
BULAWAYO mayor Martin Moyo has appealed to investors to pump money into the city as council intensifies efforts to economically revive the second capital, saying Bulawayo is a sleeping giant that needs to wake up.
BULAWAYO City Council has crafted a five-year corporate strategy geared at revamping the image of the city through infrastructure development and creation of a thriving economic base
THE Marketers Association Zimbabwe (MAZ) will hold a Bulawayo business conference next week as efforts continue to find strategies for the revival of the city’s comatose economy.
THE COLLAPSE of Zimbabwe’s industries in the past decade has brought misery to most families as many ordinary citizens have turned to vending, cross-border trading and prostitution to earn a living.