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Gweru farmer secures $800k export market in Germany

Mr Tatenda Karimazondo Lovemore Zigara, Midlands Correspondent A Gweru-based farmer has secured a lucrative market for horticultural products in Germany. Mr Tatenda Karimazondo recently attended the Fruit Logistica in Berlin where he says he secured orders of $800 000 of passion fruit and peas to be delivered in July this …

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Companies called to register with ZIA for SEZ concept

Oliver Kazunga, Senior Business Reporter THE Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI) has called on companies seeking investors to partner with under the Special Economic Zones concept to register with the Zimbabwe Investment Authority. In 2016, the Government promulgated the Special Economic Zones (SEZ) Act. Special Economic Zones (SEZs) are designated …

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Some highlights from the Labour Zero Amendment Bill

Labour Matters, Davies Ndumiso Sibanda WHILE the Labour Zero Bill is a working document, there is a likelihood of it becoming an authoritative guide in the Amendment of the Labour Act given the fact that it is much more than a Zero Bill but a working document commissioned by the …

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Irish tourists flock to Vic-Falls for St Patrick’s

The Lookout Cafe gorge view Leonard Ncube in Victoria Falls LOOKOUT Café in Victoria Falls was a hive of activity on Friday as scores of tourists from different nationalities celebrated St Patrick’s Day for the first time in Zimbabwe. St Patrick is the beloved patron saint of Ireland  who is …

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Midlands Metals, miners seal equipment deal

Sharon Chiware, Midlands Reporter GWERU-based steel maker, Midlands Metals, has struck a deal with the Zimbabwe Miners Federation (ZMF) and local banks to secure mining equipment for small scale miners on concessionary terms. Under the arrangement ZMF will compile a register of small scale miners who have a track record …

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