Business

1 min ago | December 5, 2021

Another Covid-19 bummer for tourism

The future of the tourism industry has become increasingly uncertain in the wake of massive booking cancellations and ...

Business pushes for double taxation removal

Industry wants Treasury to make the intermediated money transfer tax (IMTT) — commonly referred to as the 2 percent tax ...

Chilli value chain takes shape

The absence of a chilli value chain or a co-ordination mechanism in Zimbabwe has for a long time constrained the growth ...

Agric loans hit $302m

Banks have loaned more to the agriculture sector this year than other sectors as they view it as a growth area that ...

‘ZSE a hedge against volatility’

Investors are pouring money onto the equities market — the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) — to hedge against any possible ...

Birth great things with your words

Whatever you give birth to, bless it with greatness. Think great things and see the potential in small things. The month ...

Consider the triple bottom line

In line with the provision of solutions to current social-economic challenges facing the generality, entrepreneurs ...

No one wants a visit from the Sheriff . . .

You may be wondering what is meant by “interpleader” proceedings. So, I am going to take you through a law crash course ...

Poor nations could face ‘economic collapse’

Poorer nations could be facing economic collapse unless the world’s richest economies agree to step up debt relief ...

Pricing risk key in stock markets

The biggest problem with Wall Street? Everyone is too busy pricing the upside without pricing the risk of failure.

Elon Musk sells US$1bn shares

Elon Musk offloaded another US$1,01 billion worth of Tesla shares, advancing toward the goal of selling 10 percent of ...

13 hours ago | December 4, 2021

NEW: What employers look for in a job candidate

Memory Nguwi Over the years, we have realised a considerable gap between what employers are looking for and what ...

1 week ago | November 28, 2021

US$1bn SDRs to be used over three years

The US$958 million worth of Special Drawing Rights (SDRs) allocated to Zimbabwe by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) ...

WHO digs in against tobacco

The just-ended ninth Conference of Parties (COP) of the World Health Organisation (WHO) Framework Convention on Tobacco ...