Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Retailers sweat over looming VAT on rice

Retailers have pleaded with the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) to reconsider plans to effect a fifteen percent Value Added Tax on rice packages...

Sanctions won’t stop economic turnaround

THE continued imposition of illegal sanctions will not stop Zimbabwe’s economic transformation as the country is building robust internal capacities to create wealth and...

President launches rebranded MTB

President Mnangagwa has described the future of the country as brighter with the economy steadily growing while institutions of higher learning remain seedbeds of...

We’ll not accede to land transferability: Minister

Government will not accede to transferability of land because its ownership and farming are two distinctive items that should be separated, a Cabinet Minister...

Fastjet to increase Vic-Falls, Joburg flights

LOW-COST airline Fastjet Zimbabwe plans to increase daily flight frequency between Victoria Falls and Johannesburg in South Africa in response to demand, starting next...

Tobacco production target raised to 300 million kg

The new tobacco selling season opened yesterday with Government hoping that the industry cannot just survive at present levels but raise production to 300...

Zimbabwe among top global oil, gas prospects

HARARE – Zimbabwe’s Muzarabani oil and gas exploration project has made it to the list of this year’s Top Five oil and gas Wildcat...

Tobacco selling season kicks off today

The new tobacco selling season kicks off today with the opening ceremony this morning at the Tobacco Sales Floor in Harare and with contract...

Government clarifies used car import rules

Imports of second-hand vehicles more than 10 years old from the date of manufacture on the day they enter Zimbabwe on or after April...

Reprieve for defaulting Command Agric farmers

Farmers under Command Agriculture who failed to repay their loans at the end of last season owing to drought and the Covid-19-induced national lockdown,...

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