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Roberta Katunga, Senior Business Reporter A LOCAL financial consultant, StrateFX, has launched a campaign meant to capacitate people on understanding how to turn information into cash through forex seminars. ...

AT the beginning of this month, the country’s biggest ferrochrome miner released 50 percent of its claims to Government. ...

  Roberta Katunga, Senior Business Reporter KENYA Airways is set to begin operating direct flights between Nairobi’s Jomo Kenyatta International Airport and Victoria Falls International Airport in May as Zimbabwe’s open skies policy begins to pay dividends. ...

Minister Mike Bimha Munyaradzi Musiiwa, Midlands Correspondent THE Government is set to inject funds into a defunct Kwekwe-based tar producer, ZimChem Refiners Pvt Ltd which will see the company producing tar that would be used for the Beitbridge-Chirundu Highway dualisation project. ...

Mr Denford Mutashu Dickson Mangena, Business Reporter RETAILERS have said Government has the right to tax its citizens if it intends to raise revenue but the latest 15 percent Value Added Tax, which has since been reversed, was ill-timed. ...

Dumisani Nsingo, Senior Business Reporter TURKEY will this year exhibit at the 58th edition of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) after years of absence. ...

Munyaradzi Musiiwa, Midlands Correspondent INFRASTRUCTURE at Gokwe Town, including District Administrator’s office, the new court building, police station and civil servants residence risk collapsing due to a gully which has grown towards the town centre because of the incessant rains. ...

NAIROBI — Africa needs to reform its systems for buying and selling land and invest aggressively in urban infrastructure to create jobs, end poverty and reduce cities’ high living costs, the World Bank said on Thursday. ...

Business Reporter THE incessant rains the country has been receiving is likely to contribute to about four months of lost production for small-scale miners in the country, a situation that might peg back gold targets anticipated this year. ...

Mr Sugar Chagonda Roberta Katunga, Senior Business Reporter THIS year’s edition of the country’s premier tourism expo, Sanganai/ Hlanganani slated for June hangs in the balance if the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority fails to settle the $147 000 owed to Bulawayo suppliers for last year’s edition. ...