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Development Bids Us to Put Politics Behind Us

President Mnangagwa has appealed to Zimbabweans to put election politics behind them and start working together to accelerate economic growth and development. This should not be impossible. There is a great deal of consensus right across the political spectrum over the main outline of what needs to be done and …

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‘Fdi Commitments to Catalyse Job Creation’

By Enacy Mapakame Numerous foreign direct investment (FDI) commitments made, coupled with a conducive business environment obtaining in the country, will act as catalysts for job creation, a brokerage firm IH Securities has revealed. The broking firm also indicated that with local industry becoming more operational as new companies come …

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Zim Aquaculture Export Volumes Down 12pc

By Tawanda Musarurwa Zimbabwe’s fish exports volumes declined 12 percent between February and April 2018 from the prior comparable period due to high business costs, official figures from the Livestock and Meat Advisory Council (LMAC) show. Commercial fish farming (aquaculture) in the country is still a small industry with only …

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Zim Market Slips Further As Political Uncertainties Continue

Political upheavals that followed the July 30 harmonized elections have heavily impacted on the Zimbabwean market which continued to slide with the benchmark All Share Index retreating by 2.11% to settle at 111.78 points while the Industrial Index shed 2.06% to settled at 378.88 points. According to EFE Securities (EFE)’s …

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Environmental Management Agency Laboratory

It is a national institute, built for support and advice on all aspects of environmental quality, research, treatment studies, training and environmental quality information. The laboratory started operating under EMA management in 2007, was first accredited in 2012 and has continuously maintained its accreditation status. Policy statement Management at EMAL …

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Gold prices fall

Gold prices fell yesterday as US stock markets stabilised, easing fears of a deeper sell-off, and the dollar strengthened, making bullion more expensive for users of other currencies. Gold had surged on Monday as falling US share prices and fears of a global trade war pushed investors towards safer assets. …

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Rand gains

South Africa’s rand gained more than 2 percent yesterday, bouncing off a two-year low struck a day before, when investors dumped emerging market assets because of fears over the Turkish economy. At 0705 GMT, the rand traded at 14.0800 versus the dollar, around 2.3 percent stronger on the day and …

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Zim aquaculture export volumes down 12pc

Tawanda Musarurwa Senior Business Reporter Zimbabwe’s fish exports volumes declined 12 percent between February and April 2018 from the prior comparable period due to high business costs, official figures from the Livestock and Meat Advisory Council (LMAC) show. Commercial fish farming (aquaculture) in the country is still a small industry …

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Blanket Mine Gold Output Rises Marginally

By Tawanda Musarurwa Gwanda based gold producer Blanket Gold Mine’s production in the second quarter of this year was 12 657 ounces, marginally up from 12 521oz in the prior comparable period. Output for the first half of 2018 amounted to 25 582oz. Caledonia said the cost of production was …

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