Milling industry allays supply gap fears

Enacy Mapakame The local milling industry says it is geared to meet local demand for bread and flour-related products in the country, allaying fears of supply gaps following an increase in international wheat prices and a boom in global demand. In recent days, international wheat prices increased by 9 percent, …

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EMA exhibits at the Harare Agric Show

The Environmental Management Agency is exhibiting at the ongoing 108th edition of the Harare Agricultural Show, which started on the 27th of August 2018 and ends on the 1st of September 2018. The overall theme for the exhibition is “Field to Industry: Produce, Connect, Develop.” According to the theme, Zimbabwe …

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ED strikes right chord on economy

Golden Sibanda  Senior Business Reporter President Mnangagwa struck the right chords for necessary economic reforms when he asserted during his inauguration speech in Harare on Sunday that Government will take measures to correct fiscal imbalances threatening to undermine viability of the financial sector. Multi-lateral lender, the World Bank, shared similar …

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Govt stops highway chrome mining

Sukoluhle Ndlovu Midlands Correspondent Government has ordered chrome miners to stop operations along Shurugwi-Zvishavane Highway with immediate effect saying the activity was threatening the million-dollar highway and lives due to unplanned extraction of the mineral. Since the surge in chrome prices on the world market, there has been an increase …

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As he opens record-breaking Agric Show

Ishemunyoro Chingwere Business Reporter President Mnangagwa will on Friday officially open the 108th edition of the Harare Agricultural Show, which is primed to go down as the most subscribed edition of the exhibition, show organisers have said. Speaking to the media yesterday, Harare Agricultural Show Society chief executive officer Dr …

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AfDB, FAO target $100m investment in Africa

The African Development Bank  (AfDB) and the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO)  said yesterday they have joined hands to mobilise $100 million over the  next five years to be invested in various agricultural projects in  Africa. “Specifically, the new strategic alliance seeks to enhance the quality  and impact …

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Zimnat provides micro finance

Zimnat prides itself on being a provider of simple yet very necessary solutions to its clients. For instance, we believe that one of our client’s biggest values is education so we set out to ensure this need is met. It is no secret that a good education has the power …

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Cabinet okays Zesa re-bundling

Africa Moyo Cabinet has approved the re-bundling of Zesa Holdings as part of measures to arrest the high cost of running the business, and potentially result in the power tariff coming down or remaining at the current average rate of USc9,86 per kilowatt hour. This was said by the Permanent …

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Rand edges lower

JOHANNESBURG. — South Africa’s rand edged lower in early trade on Tuesday, giving back the previous session’s gains as traders booked profits with an eye on offshore events. At 0645 GMT the rand was 0.21 percent weaker at 14,1825 per dollar, having rallied to 14,1100 during New York trade after …

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Gold hits high

LONDON. — Gold prices are firmer and scored a two-week high in early U.S. trading yesterday. A weaker US dollar index on this day is a bullish element for the precious metals markets. However, with little risk aversion among traders and investors at present, the upside for the safe-haven metals …

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