• SA rand firms

    The rand was slightly firmer early yesterday, as investors awaited a speech on trade by US President…

  • Gold prices ease

    Gold prices eased yesterday as expectations of positive trade talks between the United States and Ch…

  • Oil loses ground

    US oil prices fell for a second day yesterday, weighed down by uncertainty over whether US-China tra…

  • Mining professionals for Rwanda

    Business Reporter Rwanda is keen to lure Zimbabwean mining professionals to cover a skills gap in th…

  • Natfoods gears for critical maize imports

    Panashe Chikonyora Zimbabwe Stock Exchange-listed conglomerate, National Foods Holdings Limited (Nat…

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PPC anticipates sharp decline in business

Michael Tome Listed cement producer, Pretoria Portland Cement (PPC), says it anticipates a sharp decline in business by up to 20 percent for the six months ending September 30, 2019, compared to R1,039 billion realised in the similar period in 2018. According to the company that will release its half …

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Ruling reserved in Shah, Equity case

Business Reporter The High Court has reserved judgment on an urgent chamber application in which businessman, Jayesh Shah’s British Virgin Islands incorporated — Al Shams Global — sought the cancellation of a replacement title deed to a piece of land owned by local firm, Equity Properties. Al Shams is also …

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Zim taps into India’s US$5tn boom

Ishemunyoro Chingwere Zimbabwe seeks to tap into India’s envisaged economic boom as espoused by the South Asian economic powerhouse’s Vision 2025 through which it is envisioning a US$5 trillion economy. The current size of the Indian economy is estimated at about US$2,7 trillion. India’s vision is underpinned on a boom …

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Youthful farmer defies odds

Patrick Chitumba Midlands Bureau Chief Zimbabwe has the second-largest high-grade chromium deposits in the world behind South Africa, with reserves of around 10 billion tonnes and in recent years, many farmers in chrome-rich areas such as the Midlands Province have abandoned farming and converted their farms into mines. But not …

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‘Zim still a sought-after destination’

Herald Reporter ZIMBABWE remains an attractive tourist destination that the travel world cannot do without, Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) acting chief executive Mr Givemore Chidzidzi has said. Speaking at the recently concluded World Travel Market (WTM) in London, Mr Chidzidzi said the interest on Zimbabwe was very high from across …

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