Cafca swims in cash

Cafca said operating profit in inflation adjusted figures was 16% above last period which was less than turnover increase.
By Tatira Zwinoira May. 20, 2024

Warriors back in Afcon draw

Mapeza is likely to preside over the next set of matches after he was roped in as an interim coach last month.
By Kevin Mapasure Apr. 12, 2024

Council urges waste pickers to be formal

Ndlovu said this would make it easy for the local authority to engage them formally on matters  that affect them.
By Patricia Sibanda Mar. 31, 2024

Cafca sees 3% decline in sales volumes in Q1

Established in 1947, Cafca is a subsidiary of the South African cable manufacturer, CBi Electric African Cables (South Africa). Cafca is listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Feb. 13, 2024

Caf never said destroy Rufaro: Mafume

The mayor also reported back on the issues raised in the Caf report following inspection of the National Sports Stadium (NSS) and Rufaro.
By Magreth Ruzvidzo Jan. 24, 2024

Cafca hunts for CEO

According to Cafca’s 2023 abridged report, the group fulfilled  all orders in the year, thanks to its  finished goods stock holding and short production lead times
By Business Reporter Jan. 15, 2024

Ngezi make big pledge

The club said they will renovate Baobab Stadium to meet Caf minimum standards so they can host their champions league matches at home.
By Henry Mhara Dec. 8, 2023

DeMbare to beef up for Africa

The 40-year-old DeMbare coach emphasised the need to bolster the squad in preparation for the next season.
By Munyaradzi Madzokere Dec. 5, 2023

DeMbare crave for Chibuku sip

Mangombe’s men pushed Ngezi all the way in the league race, but fell short in the end, eventually finishing third on the log table.
By Henry Mhara Dec. 1, 2023