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Zimcodd Calls for Prosecution of Chinese Refusing Plastic Money

Zimbabwe Coalition on Debt and Development (ZIMCODD) has called on the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) to order the closure of Chinese nationals’ owned shops which are not accepting “plastic money” around the country. According to ZIMCODD, Chinese national have maintained their position (not accepting plastic a move which is …

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Government to Review Visa Regime to Boost Tourism

Government is in the process of reviewing the country’s visa requirements to boost tourism and attract foreign direct investment, Vice President Constantino Chiwenga has said. He was speaking at a recent national tourism strategy workshop hosted by the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) in collaboration with the Ministry of Tourism and …

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Govt to Introduce Online Company Search Facility

By Walter Nyamukondiwa Government is set to upload over 100 000 records on the Deeds and Companies’ online search facility that is expected to transform the investment environment while allowing enquiries on the click of a button. The computerisation of the online deeds and companies search and auditing of the …

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‘Land Reform Irreversible’

Land reform is irreversible as it is one of the legacies that former President Cde Robert Mugabe left for Zimbabweans, Agricultural and Rural Development Authority (Arda) board chairperson Mr Basil Nyabadza has said. Refuting private media reports that he had described the agrarian reform as a “great mistake, which drove …

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Regularise Operations, Shamu Tells Pirate Taxis Operators

Mashonaland West Minister of State for Provincial Affairs Webster Shamu has said his office does not condone lawlessness, urging all pirate taxi operators to regularise their operations. Pirate taxi drivers and registered commuter omnibus operators have been engaged in clashes over routes and pick-up points in Chinhoyi CBD. The turf …

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Zimasco Out of Judicial Management

Kwekwe based ferro-chrome producer Zimasco has been removed from judicial management and will be handed over to its management, the company’s judicial manager said yesterday. Faced with a host of operational challenges and on the verge of closure, Zimasco voluntarily applied to the High Court in 2016 to be placed …

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British Investors Scramble for Zim

The United Kingdom’s Department for International Trade (DIT) is swamped with an overwhelming number of British businesspeople keen on exploiting business opportunities in Zimbabwe. The UK’s Trade Director for Southern Africa in the DIT, Ms Elena Williams, said her government was inundated with British businesspeople who are rushing for Zimbabwe. …

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Irrigation Scheme Stirs Tuli Farmers’ Hope

A view of a large lush green maize field at the Tuli-Lushongwe irrigation scheme in Gwanda district, about 160km southeast of Bulawayo, Zimbabwe’s second largest city, helped Pretty Ncube to stay positive even when she felt the whole world was falling apart at some point. It means a lot to …

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Forex Incentives Lure More Tobacco Farmers

More than 116 000 farmers have registered for the 2017 /18 marketing season, representing a 42 percent increase from 82 110 farmers who registered during the same period last year. At least 33 307 of the 116 000 farmers are new growers. The increase in registration has largely been influenced …

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Maridadi, Mandiwanzira Clash Over Telecel Stake

There were cheers in parliament this Thursday as opposition MDC-T legislator for Mabvuku Tafara James Maridadi exchanged tough words with ICTs minister Supa Mandiwanzira. The two clashed over the minister’s decision to lead government into purchasing a stake in the struggling mobile phone company Telecel. Mandiwanzira was appearing before the …

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