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Speak with one voice: Bimha

Ishemunyoro Chingwere Business Reporter GOVERNMENT has implored business to consolidate its numerous member organizations into a single representative body that speaks for private sector with one voice. Zimbabwe has of late seen the mushrooming of a plethora of business representative bodies, which claim to stand for the interests of various …

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Zimarimba Fest Eyes World Record

By Vongai Mbara Recently launched ZiMarimba Fest is geared to break the current Guinness world record for the largest marimba ensemble to play together on May 25 at Prince Edward School. Endorsed by the National Arts Council of Zimbabwe, Jesuit Education Office, Zimbabwe College of Music and the Zimbabwean Tourism …

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African wave of easing is mostly ceased as price pressures build

Rate decisions across Africa in the next two weeks are likely to confirm the continent’s biggest economies have mostly ceased a wave of easing that’s been going since last year. Factors from sticky inflation to rising crude prices may persuade central bankers to freeze borrowing costs. Institutions in Nigeria, South …

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Climate Talks Stall Amid Angry Exchanges – Zhakata

By Jeffrey Gogo The recent round of UN climate talks in Bonn, Germany, made little progress, Zimbabwe’s lead negotiator Washington Zhakata says. The meeting, held from April 30 to May 10, saw angry exchanges between rich countries and those from the developing world, opening up old wounds over neglected responsibility. …

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Vultures circle Govt contracted cotton

Martin Kadzere Senior Business Reporter SIDE-marketing manoeuvres by some private cotton firms have come under spotlight as it emerged that names of dead people and children under 10 are appearing in the Agriculture and Marketing Authority (AMA’s) data base listed as beneficiaries of contract schemes. Investigations by The Herald Business …

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