Govt should curb excesses of business
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Govt should curb excesses of business

  THE excesses of profiteering-minded businesses, which became more than apparent during Zimbabwe’s hyperinflationary era,…

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Commanding ourselves to feed our stomachs
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Commanding ourselves to feed our stomachs

Darlington Musarurwa Business Editor’s Brief THERE is a local proverb that captures how cynical it…

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Errant insurance, pension firms in the firing line
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Errant insurance, pension firms in the firing line

THE commission of inquiry appointed by Government last year to look into the potential prejudice…

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US$57m lost in dodgy American trade
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US$57m lost in dodgy American trade

  ZIMBABWE was prejudiced of more than US$57,2 million through extortionately priced imports and underinvoiced…

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Retailers fret on import bottlenecks
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Retailers fret on import bottlenecks

◆ TT taking up to two weeks ◆ Suppliers losing confidence ◆ Industry call for…

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Zim exports to SA leap 380pc in March
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Zim exports to SA leap 380pc in March

Darlington Musarurwa – Business Editor THE country’s exports to South Africa — its biggest trading partner…

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A threat to insurance as we know it
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A threat to insurance as we know it

Business Editor’s Brief WITH the tussle between Government, as the regulator of medical insurance, and…

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Renewable energy: Too much talking the walk
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Renewable energy: Too much talking the walk

ON May 15, 2016, Germany recorded an incredible feat: the country’s power demand of 45,8…

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Panama Papers: Storm in teacup
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Panama Papers: Storm in teacup

Darlington Musarurwa Business Editor THE furore over local high net worth individuals who were recently…

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Business Editor’s Brief: NRZ needs a serious rethink
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Business Editor’s Brief: NRZ needs a serious rethink

There was talk that NRZ would buy locomotives from China, but, again, the deal never…

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Zim ranks highly in Sadc financial services but. . .
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Zim ranks highly in Sadc financial services but. . .

* 5 million still unbanked * 3,3 million using mobile money Darlington Musarurwa – Business Editor…

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Banks squeeze $50m profits from struggling market
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Banks squeeze $50m profits from struggling market

Business Editor LOCAL banks, which have been operating in an economic environment that is largely…

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BUSINESS EDITOR BRIEF: Excuse me, Governor Mangudya
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BUSINESS EDITOR BRIEF: Excuse me, Governor Mangudya

. . . national payment systems need to be interoperable first A REAL “culture shock”…

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Low-cost airlines  hit turbulence
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Low-cost airlines hit turbulence

  Fastjet groans Flyafrica prepares for second coming Rainbow grapples with compliance THE charm of…

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BUSINESS Editor’s Brief: ZMDC needs  urgent, real reform
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BUSINESS Editor’s Brief: ZMDC needs urgent, real reform

FOR centuries, Africa’s “resource curse” or the paradox of plenty as some would call it,…

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