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National Blankets faces imminent liquidation

BULAWAYO-BASED textile maker National Blankets is facing imminent liquidation after failing to court a suitable investor to inject fresh capital into the ailing company. The company, which was placed under judicial management in 2012 due to viability concerns, experienced a drastic fall in demand as the market for woven blankets …

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Ending climate change requires end of capitalism

Climate change activism is increasingly the domain of the young, such as 16-year-old Greta Thunberg, the unlikely face of the school strike for climate movement, which has seen many thousands of children walk out of school to demand that their parents’ generation takes responsibility for leaving them a planet to …

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Zera hunts for CEO

Fradreck Gorwe Business Reporter THE Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (Zera) has begun the search for a substantive chief executive officer to replace former CEO Engineer Gloria Magombo. Eng Magombo left Zera in September last year following her appointment by President Mnangagwa to assume the position of Permanent Secretary in the …

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IPEC launches integrated capital, risk project

Kudakwashe Mhundwa and Prince Chidzvondo Zimbabwe’s insurance and pensions regulator, Insurance and Pensions Commission (IPEC), yesterday launched the Zimbabwe Integrated Capital and Risk Project (ZICARP) which is aimed at creating market discipline and improving confidence levels in the country’s insurance sector. Currently, lack of confidence continues to haunt the country’s …

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‘Interbank market won’t be manipulated’

Tawanda Musarurwa and Golden Sibanda Mechanisms have been put in place to ensure that the foreign currency interbank market will not be manipulated, Finance and Economic Development Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube has said. This comes as the Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI) says it is too early to judge the …

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Cyclone Idai: Business calls for help

Companies in Manicaland Province are appealing to the Government for temporary relief measures such as duty free on fuel after power supplies were disrupted by a tropical storm over the weekend, which has left dozens dead and scores missing. Cyclone Idai, which brought flood water and destruction to areas of …

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Amandla Brands explores new markets

By Moses Mugugunyeki Amandla Brands, a local food processing start-up which won CBZ’s Youth Entrepreneurship Programme (YEP), says it is exploring new markets, with the introduction of a new product range designed to bring convenience to the traveller. The company’s managing director, Sympathy Sibanda-Mazuruse, told NewsDay that the new range …

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Support soyabean production to increase output: OEAZ

OIL Expressers Association of Zimbabwe (OEAZ) says the country’s soyabean production needs urgent support so as increase output and cut reliance on imports. Zimbabwe requires at least 400 000 metric tonnes of soyabean annually, but the country produces a paltry 60 000 matric tonnes. OEAZ chairman Busisa Moyo told delegates …

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