NewsDay shines at Superbrands Awards

NewsDay won the first runner-up award in the Print Media Superbrands category, narrowly losing to its rival, State-owned daily paper, The Herald.
By Business Reporter Dec. 5, 2023

Ama registers 2m farmers for inputs scheme

This comes after the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) last month reported on the initial impact of the El Niño-induced drought.
By Blessed Ndlovu Dec. 5, 2023

Report objectively on Climate Change, media told

 AVCCMF chairperson Kwanele Hlabangana emphasised on the critical role of the media in raising awareness and promoting action on climate change.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Nov. 23, 2023

Farmers cheer new cotton players

Thus, increased resources to the sector are expected to reduce cotton farmers dependency on these illicit dealers.
By Donald Nyandoro Nov. 23, 2023

How insurers can regain Zim market confidence

Inflation is a form of tax on people’s savings and once it gallops beyond single digits, there will be significant value loss.
By Jasper Manyika Nov. 17, 2023

Drought-induced hunger looming: FewsNet

Government announced that stocks at the Grain Marketing Board stood at 200 245 tonnes; and 48 243 tonnes of maize and traditional grains, respectively as at October 29 this year.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Nov. 3, 2023

CCC/Zanu PF clash over Mupedzanhamo, again

The reopening of the Mupedzanhamo market, which was initially planned for December 20, 2022, has been postponed on numerous occasions.
By Kenneth Nyangani Nov. 2, 2023

Editorial Comment: Heads must roll after auditor general exposé

Zacc is feared to have lost money after it paid US$345 918 for 10 cars but had received only five at the time of the audit.
By The Standard Oct. 29, 2023

Business Opinion: Marketing communication for entrepreneurship

Customers will know and recall us in their memories from what we have communicated differently from the rest.
By Farai Chigora Oct. 29, 2023