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5 days ago | March 26, 2020

Govt issues warning to mining companies

Mining title owners who owe Government inspection fees and any related mining rights dues will not be able to export ...

Zimra goes digital to curb Covid-19 spread

THE Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) has suspended manual clearance processes in favour of digital services as it ...

Oil’s 60pc crash just tip of an iceberg

As oil crashes, it’s easy to overlook an even more dismal reality for producers: the real prices they’re getting for ...

MTN Uganda eliminates mobile money charges

MTN Uganda, the country’s largest telecoms firm, has eliminated some charges on its mobile money platform to help spur ...

6 days ago | March 25, 2020

Industry feels coronavirus pinch

The local manufacturing sector has suffered a staggering 46 percent disruptions in supply chains due to the ravaging ...

NetOne boss hearing suspended

THE disciplinary hearing of the suspended NetOne chief executive Mr Lazarus Muchenje failed to take off last Friday ...

Banks close branches over Covid-19

Stanbic Bank and First Capital Bank have closed some of their branches as the financial institutions intensify efforts ...

Fastjet Zimbabwe suspends flights

Low cost airline, Fastjet Zimbabwe said yesterday it will suspend operations at the end of the week for 21  days as part ...

Nigeria cuts oil prices

Nigeria opened a new front in the oil price war between some of the world’s largest Opec+ countries, offering to sell ...

Gold surge extends

Gold extended a surge toward $1 600 an ounce after the Federal Reserve took unprecedented measures to protect the US ...

Wall Street slide deepens

Wall Street’s slide deepened on Monday as an unprecedented move by the US Federal Reserve to shore up credit across the ...

Puma sets workers schedule

German sportswear company Puma announced yesterday that 1 400 staff would switch to shorter work hours until April 13 as ...

Europe dragged into record recession

Europe’s economy is taking a battering not seen in decades, the outcome of severe restrictions on businesses and ...

IMF predicts 2020 recession

The International Monetary Fund said it expects a global recession this year that will be at least as severe as the ...

7 days ago | March 24, 2020

Banks reject hard copy transactions

Fradreck Gorwe Business Reporter Local financial institutions have started rejecting transactions involving hard copies, ...