Converting harvests into commodities and products that last longer

Unlike mass markets that try to come up with fair pricing systems based on demand and supply, prices announced by government are often not informed by demand and supply.
By Charles Dhewa Apr. 17, 2024

More opportunities for Zim firms as IATF plans bigger, better fair

The decline in intra-African trade, Obasanjo said, does not support the development and socioeconomic condition of the continent.
By Ndamu Sandu Apr. 16, 2024

Premier seeks US$3,74 million for Zulu project

The required piping and valves are expected to load for site today, and the expectation is that fitment could be complete as early as the week commencing April 22, 2024.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Apr. 16, 2024

Mr Jacob Zuma, the political Zuma

This means if the ANC does not get majority seats in Parliament, its ability to provide a president is limited unless it gets into a coalition with another party.
By Tapiwa Gomo Apr. 15, 2024

Perspectives: Safeguarding data privacy: Top 10 tips for organisations in Zimbabwe

Data privacy breaches can have a significant impact on individuals and corporations alike in terms of reputational and financial repercussions.
By Lorreta Songola Apr. 14, 2024

Perspectives: Debt and the welfare of children in Zimbabwe

According to a Save the Children research, Sub-Saharan Africa, for instance, pays back about $13.5 billion in debt annually.
By Artwell Dzobo Apr. 14, 2024

Exploring the vast terrain: Real estate investment in the African landscape

Enhancing transparency and fortifying data aggregation mechanisms assumes paramount importance in buttressing investor confidence and catalysing capital inflows into the real estate ambit.
By Bekithemba Mpofu Apr. 14, 2024

Kids are just, but kids

George Carlin has recorded a wonderful piece about how we, as humans, have different attitudes when we are asked how old we are.
By Tim Middleton Apr. 14, 2024

Corruption Watch: Wicknell is bumping with the big boys

There were bits on Chivayo, though, in 2004, when he was virtually unknown. They threw him into the cooler after convicting him of fraud worth US$200,000.
By Tawanda Majoni Apr. 14, 2024