TIMB speaks on new regulations

Tobacco contractors are now required to support at least a minimum of US$500 per half a hectare and US$4 000 per hectare for small...

Wheat deliveries increase

Farmers had by mid last week delivered 45 000 tonnes of wheat to the Grain Marketing Board, with the parastatal expecting an intake of...

Era of power cuts is over — Magombo

The era of load-shedding in Zimbabwe is over and the current power outages being experienced in some areas are a result of faults and...

Putin sends special message to President

Russian President Vladimir Putin has sent a message to President Mnangagwa with the aim of entrenching existing excellent bilateral relations and establishing new economic...

Zimdollar finds its range

Zimbabwe’s foreign currency exchange rate appears to have reached high levels of stability in the market-driven auctions with the local currency continuing recent trends...

Govt, gold firm seal investment deal

A major Gwanda goldbelt miner, Caledonia Mining Corporation, signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Government yesterday so it can boost investment and...

Zim to get bus assembly plant

Zimbabwe, through a joint venture cooperation with Belarus, will soon set up a vehicle assembly plant for the production of buses suitable for the...

Zimdollar near flat at $81.44 against the US dollar

The local currency appreciated a marginal 0.06% as it firmed against the dollar in the latest auction. The Zimdollar now trades at 81.4439 against...

‘Safety uppermost as schools reopen’

Pupils and students will be safe when schools and colleges reopen next week so long as everyone follows the requirements put in place by...

ZETDC moves to realign tariffs

Prepaid electricity charges rose 50 percent on Wednesday, raising the monthly bill for most families, who buy the basic subsidised 200 units by almost...