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Mobile Base Stations to Resume Normal Service As Load-Shedding Eases

By Masvingo Network challenges will soon end following an improvement in electricity availability that will ensure uninterrupted power supply at base stations, a Cabinet minister has said. Information Communication Technology and Courier Services Minister Kazembe Kazembe hailed the move by the Government, through the Ministry of Energy and Power Development, …

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Need for Agric Show Societies to Innovate

The 106th edition of the Zimbabwe Agricultural Show is the major economic activity this week where the Zimbabwe Agricultural Society (ZAS), coordinates and registers tens of thousands of farmers, agriculture dealers and financiers among key stakeholders in the sector to showcase their products. This year the society argues there were …

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U.S.$160 Million Logistic Hub for Kanyemba

By Fungai Lupande The US$160 million multi-model logistic hub project earmarked for Kanyemba by a United States of America-based company, Zura Southern Africa, is the first such project to be approved by the US government in three decades, the company’s founder, Mr Darren Moore, has said. Mr Moore, who was …

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Stimulate Agriculture Value Addition – Govt

By Nesia Mhaka Government is making efforts in supporting agro-processing industries as value addition creates jobs, improves the economy and feeds into the devolution agenda, an official has said. Addressing exhibitors showcasing their products at the Zimbabwe Agricultural Show Agro-processing SME breakfast meeting on Tuesday, Women’s Affairs, Community, Small and …

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Govt plugs Clothing Manufacturers Rebate loopholes

Farai Dzirutwe Senior Writer The Government has moved to plug loopholes in the utilisation of the Clothing Manufacturers’ Rebate (CMR) after some players in the garment making sector were found to have abused the facility over the past six years resulting in the State losing millions of dollars in potential …

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Agric Revolution At Africa University

By Takunda Maodza in Penhalonga UNIVERSITIES are responding positively to a call by Government to lead the economic turnaround, with Africa University embarking on a massive agricultural project encompassing crop production and animal husbandry. The Herald visited the university on Tuesday this week and toured its well-equipped 200-hectare farm. It …

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Binga Complains Over High Telecoms Costs

By Africa Moyo in Binga Binga residents yesterday expressed concern over the high costs of voice calls and data in the country. Speaking during a consumer and community engagement outreach programme organised by the Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (Potraz), alongside the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe and the …

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Zim Business Community Positive About Russia Prospects

By Joseph Madzimure Zimbabwe’s business community is positive about the prospects that the country will unlock at the forthcoming Russia-Africa Summit where Zimbabwe will take part. Government on Tuesday announced that Zimbabwe and Russia had concluded multi-billion-dollar deals in various sectors of the economy ranging from energy, mining, tourism, health, …

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New Currency Not Priority – Ncube

By Golden Sibanda Finance and Economic Development Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube said on Tuesday Government was not in a hurry to issue new Zimbabwean dollar notes/coins, but rather focused on the need to replace soiled bank notes and coins. Professor Ncube told journalists in the capital, Harare, that priority was …

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Zimtrade Outward Trade Delegation Set for UK Mission

A high-powered delegation from ZimTrade, Zimbabwe’s trade development and promotion organisation, will visit the United Kingdom (UK) on an Outward Trade Mission from the 2-6 September 2019. The delegation is set to meet a number of businesses, companies and industry players as well as diaspora entities in a bid to …

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