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Wanted: Banks that cater for MSMEs

It is also about incubating fresh pathways by bringing a totally new face to entrepreneurship with strong roots in indigenous food systems.
By Charles Dhewa 10h ago

Climate change threatening ailing Zim education sector

ARTUZ further indicated that the widespread damage disrupted the learning environment and hindered students' access to education.
By Lorraine Muromo 10h ago

Caps’ strikers in the spotlight

The Green Machine need improvement at both ends of the field having shipped in 20 goals while converting just 21 of their chances this season
By Kevin Mapasure 10h ago

Global auditing firms exit, a blessing in disguise: Icaz

The Icaz president also revealed that the institute has assisted about 500 practitioners to get remote placements abroad as local companies struggle with new clients.
By Melody Chikono Jul. 23, 2024

Policy inconsistency threatens businesses, US says

The United States’ Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs noted that more needs to be done to improve the country’s investment attractiveness.
By Tatira Zwinoira Jul. 23, 2024

Zimra denies UK-based returning resident rebate

Arreta Chidodo cited Zimra as the respondent in her court application seeking a  declaratur before High Court judge Justice Never Katiyo.
By Desmond Chingarande Jul. 23, 2024

Sikhala returns

Sikhala addressed the United Nations Geneva Summit on Human Rights and Democracy on 15 May where he spoke out against the country’s deteriorating human rights record.
By Kenneth Nyangani Jul. 22, 2024

Why cultural lens are required in managing the environment

Therefore, local and indigenous communities have reasons to conserve forests and keep them intact as ways of managing them through cultural attachments and worldviews.
By Peter Makwanya Jul. 22, 2024

Tanganda profit up 25% on costs cuts

Nkala said sustainable market diversification will continue to be pursued to expand the regional and international markets.
By Tatira Zwinoira Jul. 22, 2024