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NEW YORK — Ford Motor Co and IBM Corp will again have to face a US lawsuit claiming they encouraged race-based human rights abuses in apartheid-era South Africa, despite a ...

BOTSWANA has outpaced its resource-rich African counterparts in converting mineral revenues into net savings, a report released by the World Bank this week states.   ...

JOHANNESBURG — Moneyweb has filed an application in the Tsakane Magistrate’s Court in Ekurhuleni, asking that its journalist assist the court in deciding whether administration ...

From Roberta Katunga in Binga STAFF shortages at the immigration department and Government delays in releasing money to complete infrastructure developments at the site earmarked for the new Zimbabwe-Zambia ...

Economic Focus Gabriel Masvora IN spite of all the negativity that has been said about the demise of the local industry, it is not as gloomy as it is portrayed. ...

Dumisani Nsingo and Roberta Katunga Senior Business Reporters THE country’s milk production has improved after a drop in January and February, recording a two percent increase in March as compared to the same period last year, the Dairy Services Unit has said. ...

Paul Innocent Karanda  Economic Focus THE Labour Relations Act has been used as an instrument to govern labour practices in Zimbabwe and has served different groups and probably interests at different times. ...

Mrs Eve Gadzikwa Dumisani Nsingo Business Reporter LOCALLY manufactured products continue to play second fiddle to cheap, sub-standard imports smuggled into the country because there are no proper ways to scrutinise them due to the delay in coming up with a National Quality Regulatory Authority. ...

Business Reporter AT least 20 buyers from the Southern African Development Community countries have confirmed participation at the A’sambeni Business Tourism Expo scheduled to run concurrently with the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) next week. ...

JOHANNESBURG — The rand hit a three-month high against the dollar on Friday, gaining in a knee-jerk reaction to a US jobs report that slightly missed market expectations, and taking bond yields lower. South Africa’s currency hit its strongest in the session after a US labour report showed the ...