Govt delays measures to prevent fuel smuggling

Melody Chikono Last year two firms, SICPA SA of Switzerland and Authentix of United States of America submited bids to provide fuel marking services. At the same time, the regulator was carrying out consultation for funding of the programme. The mandatory fuel marking was expected to curb rampant fuel smuggling, …

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It’s good cheer for Delta Corp

Kudzai Kuwaza The strong 27% bottom line jump was achieved thanks to an 18% growth in revenues at US$572,2m for the year ended March 31 2018 aided by strong performance of their products particularly their lager and sparkling beverages. Presenting the results on Wednesday in the capital, Delta CE Pearson …

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New Vic Falls shopping mall comes up

NKULULEKO SIBANDA Preliminary works on Sawanga Shopping Mall are already underway on an approximately 5 000 square metres land. The mall will have 23 shops with a major retailer, Pick n Pay, as one of the anchor shops, among others ZPI senior executive Steven Kapfunde told the businessdigest this week …

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Megawatt demands US$4m for charges

By Hazel Ndebele The review of the US$218 million deal resulted in US$30m savings for NetOne, as first reported by the Zimbabwe Independent. This comes after government in 2012 partnered Huawei in rolling out NetOne’s National Mobile Broadband (NMBB) project as competition in the telecoms sector intensified on the back …

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Premier takes service to the people

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 by the …

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ZimAlloys deal still alive: Balasore

Martin Kadzere Senior Business Reporter Indian firm Balasore Alloys said yesterday the deal to acquire 70 percent shareholding in Zimbabwe Alloys Limited was still on despite claims by judicial manager Reggie Saruchera this week that he had terminated the $90 million transaction. Responding to Saruchera’s statement, Balasore maintained that nothing …

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Human error to blame for road carnage

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 …

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Paying water bill right thing to do

For years, making water users pay for the service they receive from water utilities such as Zinwa or urban local authorities has been a daunting task. Many water users do not believe in the need to pay for the resource despite the critical role water plays in the lives of …

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Zimpost scoops gold award at ZITF 2018

New Zimpost logo  unveiled at ZITF Zimpost has evolved over time from being a provider of predominately manual and low technology service provider to an entity that offers a wide range of technology driven services. Zimpost is opening a new leaf to be a digital entity through introduction of new digital …

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9 cool things about new Toyota Corolla

The world’s top-selling car has come in for a radical overhaul for its latest generation. Here are just some of the reasons you should pay attention.  Design The dreary, cardigan-like Toyota Corolla of old has been replaced with a sharp, sophisticated design boasting sculpted extremities and fine attention to detail. …

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