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Dumisani Nsingo, Senior Reporter THE country is losing an estimated $5 million worth of gold per month due to mining disputes, an official said. ...

Preparations of stands for this year’s edition of the ZITF are on course with South Africa and other regional countries at an advanced stage Amanda Ncube, Business Reporter CAPTAINS of industry have said the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) remains one of the biggest platforms for local companies to attract potential foreign investors as well as showcasing their...

Dumisani Nsingo, Senior Business Reporter THE Hwange Local Board (HLB) has been allocated $6 million by the Infrastructure Development Bank of Zimbabwe to carry out infrastructural development at its Empumalanga high-density suburb. ...

ZITF THE Department of Trade and Industry on Thursday said it will lead a business delegation of South African companies to the 2017 Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF). ...

Dumisani Nsingo, Senior Farming Reporter THERE has been an increase in the number of cattle to be exhibited at this year’s Bulawayo Agricultural Show, which runs concurrently with the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair. ...

Dickson Mangena, Business Reporter AMAKHOSI Cultural Tours in partnership with the Ministry of Tourism and Hospitality Industry and Japan International Co-operation Agency (JICA) will be holding a pilot Bulawayo township tour on Thursday and Friday, a move meant to kick start community based tourism in the country. ...

Meanwhile, the minimum wage levels in the rest of the region only increased at average annual rates way below that level — 19 percent in Zambia, 6,3 percent in South Africa, 5,9 percent in Mozambique and only two percent per year in Botswana over the same period. While wage levels increased disproportionately in Zimbabwe, regional trading partners experienced currency...

CAPE Town — Both the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) cautioned that the growth outlook for sub-Saharan countries is subdued, as GDP growth only marginally surpasses population growth and a heavy debt burden weighs these countries down, said Imgard Erasmus, analyst at NKC African Economics in a research note. ...

Dickson Mangena, Business Reporter SMALL to Medium Enterprises (SMEs) have started organising themselves into groups that can be in positions to provide the 25 percent jobs and procurement services to all Government tenders as required by law. ...

Walter Mswazie in Masvingo ONE of Masvingo’s once vibrant engineering companies, Masvingo Motor Centre is set to resume full production after going for nine years under subdued production due to economic challenges. ...