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Ferro-chrome export receipts up 440pc in first two months

The value of Zimbabwe’s exports of processed chrome has risen by a significant 440 percent in the first two months of this year to $54 million from $10 million in the prior comparable period, Mines and Mining Development Minister Walter Chidhakwa has said. The improvement is largely due to a …

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Dlamini is the political gift that keeps on giving

Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini has become the gift that keeps on giving – for opposition parties. Some political parties might still be kicking back and basking in their successes and counting their losses after the 2016 elections. But for some, the road to the 2019 national elections starts here. …

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Flood victims: ‘Surprised’ Mugabe denies ‘biscuit donation’ reports

Harare – Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has reportedly denied claims that he donated biscuits and children’s snacks to flood victims in the southern African country. Reports this week indicated that Mugabe had come under intense scrutiny, following news that he had donated biscuits, Zapnax (the local equivalent of Niknaks) and …

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Layer chicken industry depressed on back of turbulent egg market

THE layer chicken industry in Zimbabwe was depressed on the back of a turbulent egg market, an industry official has said. BY MTHANDAZO NYONI In an industry update, Zimbabwe Poultry Association chairperson Solomon Zawe said layer breeder stocks in 2016 were slightly depressed compared to 2015 and markedly lower than …

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CBZ to host inaugural International SMEs indaba

CBZ Holdings will host the inaugural International Small-to-medium enterprise (SME) indaba in Bulawayo next week, to reinforce its support to the small-to-medium enterprises, sector, group chief executive officer Never Nyemudzo has said. BY MUNESU NYAKUDYA The indaba runs from March 22 to 24. Nyemudzo told journalists on Wednesday that the …

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