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THE Government has given a temporary reprieve to raw hides companies to resume exports so that those with stockpiles can ship their consignments that have been held up following a ban early this year. ...

Dumisani Nsingo Business Reporter THE Bankers Association of Zimbabwe (BAZ) says it is imperative for Government to retain the multi-currency trading regime to maintain price stability as well as to strengthen the banking sector for overall economic growth. ...

GOVERNMENT is exploring a Public-Private-Partnership route in the setting up of a $3,4 million Walvis Bay facility as it has emerged that Zimbabwe was the only country lagging behind in using the facility provided by the Namibian government five years ago. ...

Cde Paddy Zhanda AILING meat processor and distributor, Cold Storage Company, could be losing $250 000 per month in potential revenue at its headquarters in Bulawayo since most of its business has now been taken by private abattoirs, Sunday ...

THE Grain Marketing Board will this year enhance its mandate to ensure strategic grain reserves by purchasing all small grains grown in the country at the same price as that of maize, an official said. ...

Dumisani Nsingo Farming Reporter THE Government will soon enact a legal instrument that guides parties on contract farming as part of measures to deal with inherent disputes that have been associated with the ...

Dumisani Nsingo recently in Dete A MAN from Dete suspected to be part of a syndicate that killed about 300 elephants and countless other wild animals through cyanide poisoning late last year is on the run, amid ...

EXPECTANT mothers at St Paul’s Hospital in Lupane are paying maternity fees with their livestock, a move which is in violation of Government’s policy of free access to healthcare for pregnant and lactating mothers. This came to light during a special Rural District Development Committee meeting in Lupane recently. Sister Sichelesile Ncube, the acting district nursing...

WASHINGTON – Goldman Sachs, Lehman Brothers, and European banks RBS and UBS were the biggest beneficiaries of very short-term Federal Reserve loans extended at the height of the financial crisis, according to data released on Wednesday. The details of the lending program were disclosed after a lengthy legal battle eventually won by Bloomberg News LLP. The data,...

NEW YORK (Jonathan Stempel) – A group of bondholders plans to challenge Bank of America Corp’s $8.5 billion settlement with holders in soured mortgage-backed securities, saying it may be unfair to other bond investors. In court papers filed on Tuesday in New York State Supreme Court in Manhattan, 11 companies sharing the name Walnut Place said they had “serious...