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Miners plead with RBZ for priority on external payments

THE Zimbabwe Chamber of Mines has appealed to the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) to prioritise crucial external payments for the mining sector and cut delays, which have impacted negatively on mineral production. Zimbabwe, which is using the United States dollar as its chief currency, is battling cash shortages that …

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Pickstone upgrade on course: Vast Resources

Oliver Kazunga, Senior Business Reporter AIM-listed Vast Resources plc says its expansion programme at Pickstone-Peerless Mine in Zimbabwe has registered significant progress following the construction of a sulphide processing plant at the mine. Vast Resources said in a statement that construction of the sulphide plant would enable production from high-grade …

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Innscor disposes interest in Spar Zambia unit

Business Reporter INNSCOR Africa Limited has successfully concluded the disposal of its interest in Spar Zambia Limited in pursuit of the group’s strategy to focus on core business. Last year, Innscor Africa announced the disposal of its interest in Spar Corporate Stores in Zimbabwe. In 2015, the group announced its …

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Tobacco farmers improvise amid coal shortages

Minister Walter Chidhakwa Patrick Chitumba, Midlands Bureau Chief TOBACCO growers have been forced to improvise in their curing processes as the country faces a shortage of coal because of flooded coal mines in Hwange, an official has said. Some farmers have resorted to using firewood, which has been condemned by …

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Exam fees payable in instalments

The Zimbabwe School Examinations Council is committed to being the centre for excellence within the sub-region and beyond in quality assessment in education. Our commitment extends the parameters of the organisation to reach every stakeholder in professionalism and innovation. After a Cabinet decision in 2015, Zimsec came up with a …

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