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‘Zim taxes not high’

Africa Moyo Senior Business ReporterThe Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) says Zimbabweans are not highly taxed as claimed by some sections of society. Most of these taxes compare favourably with the rest of Sub-Saharan countries, Zimra Commissioner General Ms Faith Mazani, said this last week while fielding questions after unpacking the …

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Cotton Deliveries Top 35 000 Tonnes

By Emmah Chinyamutangira COTTON deliveries in Manicaland have increased after Government announced that farmers will get part of the payment in foreign currency, Cotton Marketers’ Association chairman Mr Steward Mubonderi has said. “This season farmers have surpassed last year’s deliveries with nearly 35 000 tonnes having already reached the depots …

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Filling Stations Warned Against Fuel Hoarding

By Munyaradzi Musiiwa Government has instituted random checks on fuel stations across the country as it moves to curb hoarding. Energy and Power Development Minister Dr Joram Gumbo said in an interview that the police and Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (ZERA) officials had been deployed across the country and fuel …

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Striking Health Workers Face Disciplinary Action

By Fidelis Munyoro Striking junior doctors and radiographers face disciplinary action after they ignored a court ruling that their job action was unlawful and gave them a 12-hour ultimatum to report for duty, the Health Services Board (HSB) said yesterday. However, the doctors have accused the HSB of acting in …

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Govt Targets $350m for Hwange Power

By Tawanda Musarurwa and Kudakwashe Mhundwa Government is targeting to raise $350 million next year as financing for ongoing works at Hwange 7 and 8 thermal power stations. The $350 million is part of $969,4 million that has been targeted for the project going forward. The Hwange 7 and 8 …

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‘Tech-Stupid’ Cops Struggle As Cyber-Crime Surges

By Staff Reporter THE use of plastic money in the country has contributed to a surge in cyber-crime at a time the police and court officials lack adequate training to deal with the problem. This was said by Superintendent Amos Tavaziva of the ZRP’s General Crime Division (Cyber Crime) during …

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Capacitate Ddf, Says Karoro

By Fungai Lupande Lands, Agriculture, Water, Climate and Rural Resettlement Deputy Minister Douglas Karoro says there is need to capacitate the District Development Fund (DDF) to enable it to effectively pursue the development of rural areas. Speaking during the commissioning of Hambe and Sapa bridges in Mbire District last week, …

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Heifer imports to up milk production

THE Zimbabwe Association of Dairy Farmers (ZADF) says it will import at least 1 000 heifers next year to boost milk production currently hovering at around six million litres per month, an official has said. BY MTHANDAZO NYONI ZADF chairperson Kudzai Chirima told NewsDay in an interview recently that the …

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TelOne anticipates $128m revenue

Africa Moyo Senior Business ReporterTELONE is forecasting an 8 percent jump in revenue to $128 million this year, driven by broadband and data revenue, which have been performing relatively well throughout the year. The revenue is expected to rise by $10 million from last year’s $118 million. TelOne managing director …

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Consumer remains king

Ishemunyoro Chingwere Business ReporterBusiness proprietors should remain customer centred even during times when demand for goods and services appears to be outstripping supply, according to Chartered Institute of Customer Relationship Management (CICRM) executive director Dr Mthokozisi Nkosi. Customer centredness helps build personal relationships with consumers. This year’s festive season has …

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