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Mining sector energy demand to surge 344%

Zimbabwe’s miners often suffer power outages due to frequent breakdowns at the country’s old generation plants.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Jun. 2, 2023
US dollar salary payment practices survey results
US dollar salary payment practices survey results
Our goal was to gain insight into the prevalence of paying salaries in US Dollars and how these payments were partitioned between US dollars and Zimdollars.
By Memory Nguwi Jun. 2, 2023
Unleashing sustainable development for all
Zimbabwe faces various challenges and issues in achieving sustainable development.
By Paison Tazvivinga Jun. 2, 2023
Developing a winning fisheries project
Pests and diseases pose a serious threat to the aquatic ecosystem and aquaculture industries.
By Kudakwashe Gwabanayi Jun. 2, 2023
Zim spending US$400m annually on drug imports
Speaking at the launch of a local pharmaceutical firm Sapps Pharmaceuticals, Dayford Nhema, a deputy director, said the bill for importing drugs was too high.
By Elma Zhoya Jun. 2, 2023
Is hunting threatening Botswana elephants?
The Botswana rural communities recently said that “hunting is the largest and booming industry that we have ever known in the 21st century.”
By Emmanuel Koro Jun. 2, 2023
Is the new lithium ore policy a step in the right direction?
With the government recently approving the national lithium ore policy, this week’s column, therefore, analyses the intentions of this new policy.
By Kevin Tutani Jun. 2, 2023
Poverty, national well-being
Food poverty is the most prevalent with the rest afore mentioned following not so far behind.
By Yollander Millin Jun. 2, 2023
How fraudsters steal your data
Users must not give out their phone numbers or email addresses to strangers via the phone.
By Jacob Mutisi Jun. 2, 2023
Tea Talk: Bounce back from defeat
Men tend to lose themselves in outside pursuits and become silent and disillusioned.
By Carol White Jun. 2, 2023
Demystifying the economics of lithium
As a central resource in the generation of clean energy, lithium is still shrouded in relative mystery, which will need to be unwrapped, for better comprehension of it.
By Kevin Tutani Jun. 2, 2023
Piggy’s Trading & Investing Tips: Investing in frontier markets
The Africa frontier equity market space has largely been dominated by institutional investors with very minimal participation from retail investors.
By Batanai Matsika Jun. 2, 2023
Puma appoints new GM
Kadog replaces, Daniel Duffau, who joined the company at the beginning of 2022.
By Rugare Mubika and Elma Zhoya Jun. 2, 2023
Zimpost seeks US$13m to bolster fleet
Last month, the South African post office was slapped with provisional receivership as debt mounted.
By Mthandazo Nyoni May. 26, 2023
Parly fumes over ‘surprise’ gold tokens
Mangudya was not reachable for comment and had not responded to questions sent to him at the time of going to print.
By Melody Chikono May. 26, 2023
Retailers in high stakes game
This week’s jump in demand is even higher than the May 2022 jump, which came in at 88%, just as the rate depreciated by 33% in that respective season.
By Respect Gwenzi May. 26, 2023
Puma to roll out US$30m in expansion drive — MD
This size of network is already one of Zimbabwe’s biggest.
By Rugare Mubika May. 26, 2023
Property developer lines up US$10m deals in Ruwa
Ruwa, in Mashonaland East Province, about 22 km east of Harare, is one of the fastest developing  towns in the country.
By Tatira Zwinoira May. 26, 2023
Delving into suspension of import duty on basics
In a bid to stabilise the runaway exchange rate, the minister removed import licences on basic commodities, as well as import duties and taxes.
By Tinashe Duma May. 26, 2023
Vital projects suffer as pension funds struggle
Pension funds deploy contributions by workers into long term projects, especially infrastructure.
By Melody Chikono May. 19, 2023
Forex auction market rate under immense pressure
The pressure is reflected in increasing bids, which this week totalled US$30,3 million, the highest since May 2022.
By Respect Gwenzi May. 19, 2023
Zim’s Unki drives Angloplat as rains swamp SA mines
Unki is a unit of Johannesburg Stock Exchange listed Anglo American Platinum (AngloPlat), one of the world’s biggest platinum group metals (PGM) producers.
By Freeman Makopa May. 19, 2023
Experts reveal setbacks to Sadc integration
Omphile noted that the African Continental Free Trade Area had created a basis for Sadc to discuss steps towards regional integration.
By Tatira Zwinoira May. 19, 2023
CBZ posts ZW$33bn profit
This figure was ZW$26,4 billion during the comparable period in 2021, according to the group.
By Mthandazo Nyoni May. 19, 2023
Weakening Zim currency unsettles fragile industries
The interbank exchange rate rocketed by 68% from US$1:ZW$684 in December last year, to US$1:ZW$930 at the end of March.
By Mthandazo Nyoni May. 19, 2023
Zimgold unfazed by SA imports
These commodities include maize meal, rice, milk, flour, salt, cooking oil, petroleum jelly, toothpaste, bath soap and washing powder.
By Rugare Mubika May. 19, 2023
Feature: The rightful place for crypto money in the scheme of things
This price growth and the frequent mentioning of it in the news, provides an opportunity for filling a knowledge gap about it, which is still pervasive in the market.
By Kevin Tutani May. 19, 2023
Africa Data Centres announces construction of new facility in Accra, Ghana.
The new facility has been designed for an initial 10 MW, which can expand to 30MW depending on demand. It will be the largest facility in West Africa to date, outside of Nigeria.
By Business Reporter May. 18, 2023