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NetOne fined for service breach

Zvamaida Murwira recently in Kadoma The Post and Regulatory Authority fined NetOne last month for misrepresenting information to its subscribers as the authority vowed that there are no sacred cows when it comes to the enforcement of telecommunication compliance, legislators have heard. POTRAZ director general Dr Gift Machengete said the …

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Total Zimbabwe Seeks Market Expansion

By Samuel Takawira Total Zimbabwe is continuing its relationship in Zimbabwe on the back of new business models and community appreciation, visiting Total Africa Senior Vice President (SVP) Mr. Stansilas Mittelman said. Mr. Mittelman, who was on a week-long working visit to Zimbabwe, a country he once called home as …

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Gold nears month high

BENGALURU. — Gold climbed to a near one-month high yesterday as the dollar weakened after the United States and China agreed during the G20 summit in Argentina to a temporary truce in their trade war. Spot gold rose 0,7 percent to $1,230.81 per ounce at 1015 GMT, having touched its …

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Retailers, manufacturers end tiff

Bernard Yombayomba Herald Reporter Retailers and manufacturers have put aside their differences over the causes of product shortages and resultant spiral in prices in October. This comes as normalcy has somewhat returned in the supply of products to most shops following several weeks of turbulent times due to the supply …

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‘Ditch old equipment and invest in new’

Africa Moyo Senior Business Reporter Zimbabwe must consider investing in new manufacturing equipment as opposed to “resuscitating” old and dilapidated equipment, if production is to be increased, riding on improved efficiencies, according to Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Development Professor Amon Murwira. He said this and other policy interventions …

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Microsoft to Assist Zim Schools in Technology Upgrade

By Alois Vinga Microsoft has entered into an agreement with the Zimbabwe government which will pave the way for the creation technology sensitive classrooms in the country’s education sector. The development comes after government’s introduction of a technology-based education curriculum in 2016 which has however, failed to fully take off …

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Zim Has Enough Fuel – Govt

By Innocent Ruwende Fuel service stations are getting the normal supplies of a combined eight million litres daily, but panic buying by motorists in anticipation of a price increase and the festive season have meant that queues continue to exist, a Cabinet minister has said. In an interview yesterday, Energy …

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Ifad Boss Jets in . . . to Meet President, Govt Officials

By Daniel Nemukuyu International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) president Mr Gilbert Houngbo yesterday arrived in Zimbabwe for a series of meetings with President Mnangagwa and other senior Government officials to discuss agricultural investments to improve food security and alleviating poverty. The high-level meetings, scheduled for a period stretching from …

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CABS is the top bank

FINANCE minister Mthuli Ncube has urged banks to diversify and develop business models tailored to meet special requirements of the unbanked and underserved segments of the population. By Kuda Chideme Cabs branch sales and distribution head Charity Zvokuomba holds the best performing bank award at the Zimbabwe Independent-organised Banks and …

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CABS is the top bank

FINANCE minister Mthuli Ncube has urged banks to diversify and develop business models tailored to meet special requirements of the unbanked and underserved segments of the population. By Kuda Chideme Cabs branch sales and distribution head Charity Zvokuomba holds the best performing bank award at the Zimbabwe Independent-organised Banks and …

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