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Cairns Foods to Inject U.S.$4 Million

By Nkululeko Sibanda Cairns Foods plans to inject US$4 million into its operations this year as it gradually revives its beverages business unit which collapsed when government rolled out its chaotic agrarian reforms. Former president Robert Mugabe’s violent and chaotic land seizures which started in 2000 left a trail of …

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All set for ZITF official opening

President Emmerson Mnangagwa will today officially open the 59th edition of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) in Bulawayo. The premier trade showcase kicked off on Tuesday the 24th of April and ends tomorrow. The first three days are for business, while the ZITF gates open to the public for …

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Controversial Big Miner Under Fire

By Hazel Ndebele Kazakhstan-based mining company, Eurasian Resources Group (ERG, formerly ENRC) which helped former First Lady Grace Mugabe’s son Russel Goreraza import top-of-the-range vehicles worth US$2,5 million after brokering a controversial mining deal involving government, is violating basic human rights of thousands of people in an area which it …

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Private Sector Owes Zimra $4,2bn

By Prosper Ndlovu The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) has discovered massive tax dodging in the private sector, with a staggering 80 percent of the firms owing up to $4,2 billion as of March 2018. This has humstrung Government in its efforts to fund public sector programmes. Private sector representatives yesterday …

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Fired Nurses Withdraw Court Challenge As Many Rehired By Government

Fired striking nurses from state run hospitals on Thursday withdrew their urgent chamber application challenging their dismissal. The Zimbabwe Nurses Association filed a notice of withdrawal with the Registrar of the High Court saying they no longer wanted to proceed with legal action. They were represented by Precious Chakasikwa and …

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Trade Fair Shows Signs of Recovery

By Admire Kudita The Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) – considered a barometer of the health of the economy – is showing signs of recovery after years in the doldrums due to prolonged economic problems, a senior official of the body has said. “We have 800 paying delegates at the …

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‘Mugabe to Blame for Low Investment’

By Elita Chikwati THe Zanu-PF Women’s League has blamed former president Robert Mugabe for discouraging investors in the latter years of his tenure, which negatively affected the national economy. This was said by Politburo member Cde Cleveria Chizema yesterday while addressing hundreds of women who attended a rally in Kuwadzana …

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Fired Nurses Withdraw High Court Challenge

By Daniel Nemukuyu Nurses who were recently fired by Government for embarking on an illegal job action have been left exposed after the Zimbabwe Nurses’ Association (ZINA) yesterday withdrew a High Court challenge against their dismissal. The health workers downed tools last week on Tuesday demanding outstanding allowances agreed under …

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