Sharp drop in demand for CBD office space

According to Knight Frank, many recent developments are self-financed, which is limiting the scope and quantity of new projects.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Jan. 29, 2023
Fumati boss owes success to hard work
Fumati boss owes success to hard work
“We didn’t start big, but over the years we have recorded amazing growth thanks to our hard work, quality workmanship as well as high regard for the client,” Changweya said.
By Staff Reporter Jan. 29, 2023
High costs cripple tourism industry
Tourism minister Nqobizitha Mangaliso Ndhlovu said in an interview with Standard Business.
By Freeman Makopa Jan. 28, 2023
5 Ways to Earn Income Online From Home
Working from home is becoming a popular choice. In this article, we outline the five best options so that you have an insight into the possibilities that are right for you.
By Thestandard Jan. 28, 2023
Markets bullish as VFEX rides out storms…FBC Securities says more listings coming up in 2023
FBC Securities said the outlook was promising, and more counters were likely to list this year, joining eight counters already trading stock on the bourse.
By Rugare Mubika Jan. 22, 2023
Joem Enterprises boss bemoans lack of SMEs support
Local printing and branding company Joem Enterprises has what it takes to compete on regional and global platforms.
By Staff Writer Jan. 22, 2023
Interview: Tug of war in TNF over minimum wage…Unions demand SI, govt and business dig in
The issue of a general minimum wage of US$150 was discussed at length at the TNF principals meeting after cabinet had upheld the TNF resolution submitted in October.
By Freeman Makopa Jan. 22, 2023
Minimum wage deal rips TNF apart…trade unions threaten to walk out of talks
The ZCTU wants to tie down TNF parties to a statutory instrument to back the wage deal.
By Freeman Makopa Jan. 22, 2023
ZSE suspends Lafarge trading of shares
In a statement, ZSE said it had requested Lafarge to provide a roadmap on how it aims to resolve the challenges the business is facing.
By Melody Chikono Jan. 15, 2023
Caledonia to spend US$21,4m capex in 2023
It is anticipated that over US$2 million would be spent once more in 2023 on the revision of the feasibility study for the bigger sulphide project at Bilboes.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Jan. 15, 2023
Opinion: Laws for entrepreneurial branding
A real brand should talk quality in its delivery, performance of the represented offerings and pricing.
By Farai Chigora Jan. 15, 2023
Five Star expands to Victoria Falls
The company founder and CEO Tawanda Marwizi confirmed the developments saying the opening of the new branch was part of their efforts to provide car rental services across the country.
By Staff Reporter Jan. 15, 2023
Re-imagining the workplace: We are in deep trouble in our challenging workplace
The Zimbabwean workplace presents some of the best challenges for any trailblazing thinker who wants to break free from the tentacles of fate.
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu Jan. 15, 2023
Caledonia completes Bilboes acquisition
The business, which oversees Blanket Mine in Gwanda, said in July of last year that it was thinking about purchasing Bilboes Gold Limited.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Jan. 8, 2023
Zimbabwe current account surplus to dwindle in 2023’
While there are expectations that nominal import growth will slow a little in 2023, Fitch said this would reflect lower global commodity prices, rather than weaker underlying import demand.
By Melody Chikono Jan. 8, 2023
Banks profitability shifting towards dollarisation-IH
Zimbabwe's informal sector contributes more than 70% to gross domestic product or household savings achieved in foreign currency.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Jan. 8, 2023
SMEs drive developing countries’ economies
Formal SMEs contribute up to 40% of national income (GDP) in emerging economies. These numbers are significantly higher when informal SMEs are included. 
By World Bank Jan. 8, 2023
Zim platinum set to increase by 5%
Zimbabwe has the third-largest proven platinum reserves in the world, behind South Africa and Russia.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Jan. 8, 2023
Business Opinion: Revolutionary branding in entrepreneurship
To start with is the character of an enterprising brand/business. If you haven’t yet defined your own it is high time to consider in this revolution
By Farai Chigora Jan. 8, 2023
Re-imagining the workplace: A trumpet call for a change of attitude this year
A lot of work needs to be done, especially in the Zimbabwean workplace and if we are just random and wishful about it, we are likely to continue to do the same thing but expect different results.
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu Jan. 8, 2023
Currency woes: Suppliers demand cash upfront
OK Zimbabwe made the observation in interim financial results that showed its pre-tax profits rose 150% in the six months ending September.
By Rugare Mubika Dec. 25, 2022
Interview: Nyaradzo Group CEO opens up on smear campaign, state of insurance industry
As a brand, we are committed to our clients with whom we have walked through difficult times.
By Vince Musewe Dec. 25, 2022
Lenders slap Zim with US$2,1b penalties
Arrears in principal, interest, and penalties are nearly equal to the country's $4,5 trillion (US$6,7 billion) 2023 national budget.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Dec. 18, 2022
Airports Company mulls solar power farms
In an interview with StandardBusiness, ACZ chief executive officer Tawanda Gusha said the firm would soon go to tender for solar power projects.
By Freeman Makopa Dec. 18, 2022
Five counters account for 69% ZSE turnover
In email responses to questions from Standardbusiness, Bgoni said the ZSE’s turnover reached $126 billion during the period.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Dec. 18, 2022
African Sun embarks on US$11,5 refurbishment drive
AfriSun CEO Peter Saungweme said the company splurged US$2 million on refurbishments at Troutbeck.
By Melody Chikono Dec. 18, 2022
Govt issues US$192 million guarantees
According to the public debt statement tabled in Parliament last month by Finance minister Mthuli Ncube
By Mthandazo Nyoni Dec. 11, 2022
Investments breathe life into tourism sector
Official statistics show that investments in the tourism sector, particularly on accommodation, increased by 147% to US$180,4 million last year.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Dec. 11, 2022