Monday, June 18, 2018
Tawanda Musarurwa Against the backdrop of a continuum of constantly shifting ecological systems — at least nine habitats are said to make up the Savé Valley Conservancy — our expedition of this compelling wildlife vision was only bound to be thrilling. Wildlife has traditionally lied at the heart of Zimbabwe's tourism,...
Ishemunyoro Chingwere Business Writer Zimbabwean farmers have joined regional drive to commercialise the goat production industry with investment being deliberately channelled towards the sector. Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce (ZNCC) president Devine Ndhlukula, through her Zviko Farms, has taken a leading role and has been on an aggressive drive importing the...
Hebert Zharare Local companies should brace for massive competition from foreign firms as Government opens up the economy amid indications continued protection has potential to breed more inefficiency and uncompetitiveness. Special Advisor to the President, Christopher Mutsvangwa, said President Mnangagwa had declared that Zimbabwe is Open for Business and to date...
Chipo Sabeta Zimbabwe Stock Exchange listed property firm, Dawn Properties, is today expected to launch newly renovated Blue Swallow Lodges in Troutbeck, Nyanga. Located amongst the tranquil and serene evergreen mountains of Nyanga, the Edwardian timeshare resort offers 24 spacious and comfortable lodges with three of them having gone through a...
Chipo Sabeta The cloth menstrual pads, also called reusable pads are making their way back! At a time Zimbabwe is facing economic challenges, reusable pads, displaced by disposable pads seem to be raising their brows high again. The general perception is on the increase in women advocating, embracing and choosing sustainable, reusable...
Bulawayo. — The recently ended Zimbabwe International Trade Fair proved what many industry players have been aware of for a while now: PSMAS is back in business! From the top notch display that secured a record fourth straight medal from the organisers, to the unique offering that was served up...
Taurai Mangudhla Business Writer Zimbabwe’s annual inflation rate has retreated on a monthly basis in the first quarter of the year and remains under 4 percent, annualised. The official inflation rate is built arounda basket of essential goods and services, items which the Government and the REserve Bank of Zimbabwe take...
Tawanda Musarurwa Welcome to the Mecca of professional walkers and climbers: The Chimanimani Mountains. The Chimanimani Mountains lie at the southern end of the Eastern Highlands and rise to a maximum of 2 440 metres above sea level. They are comprised of quartzite and form part of the African Frontier System. Most...
The road has become the greatest loud silent killer of our time. It killed yesterday. It is killing today. It shall kill tomorrow unless we mount accelerated counteraction yesterday! What defeats common sense is that most of the road crashes are the result of human error. In fact, 93,4 percent...
Business Writer The expected monetary policy normalisation in advanced economies could tighten financing conditions for many sub-Saharan African economies, especially where public debt levels are already high, the latest IMF report has revealed. Zimbabwe is one of the sub-Saharan African economies with high debt levels with domestic debt having reached $11,3...