• Zim revives fuel pipeline deal with Bots

    ZIMBABWE has revived plans to extend its Feruka fuel pipeline to Francistown in Botswana, businessdigest can reveal. (more…)

  • MDC-T succession war, violence and tribalism

    THE death of MDC founding leader Morgan Tsvangirai — a hero of the new struggle for democracy — triggered a succession war in the main opposition MDC-T party (one wonders […]

  • Mugabe breathes fire over Mnangagwa rule

    FORMER president Robert Mugabe this week came out guns blazing at his successor President Emmerson Mnangagwa during his first ever briefing to outsiders since his ousting by the military last […]

  • ZB eyes guarantees for construction sector

    ZB Financial Holdings has increased its focus on guarantee programmes for loan growth targeting the construction industry with over US$40 million worth of guarantees having been funded in the FY2017. […]

  • Nestlé Zim exports up 50%

    Nestlé Zimbabwe’s exports went up 50% in 2017 from the prior year on the back of increased production from its filling and packaging production lines commissioned last year. (more…)



  • Zim revives fuel pipeline deal with Bots

    ZIMBABWE has revived plans to extend its Feruka fuel pipeline to Francistown in Botswana, businessdigest can reveal. (more…)

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  • Vingirirai removed from ZB Financial Holdings board

    BUSINESSMAN Nicholas Vingirayi (pictured)and his appointees to the Mash Holdings Ltd board — Mike Manyika and Michael Mahachi — were yesterday removed from the board at an annual general meeting […]

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  • Govt must support agric insurance

    Unpredictable rainy seasons, livestock and crop diseases outbreaks, uncertain markets and other risks in the agricultural sector call for appropriate insurance packages for the country to fully enjoy the benefits […]

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  • Agricultural revival lessons from Zambia

    LAST week, the Commercial Farmers’ Union sounded said the supposedly revamped 99-year lease for Zimbabwe may not be attractive enough to lure back commercial farmers who were hounded out of […]

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  • The tragic fall of Zuma

    As a passer-by in the upscale Johannesburg suburb of Saxonwold observed, the South African Police would never have raided the enormous, high-walled compound of the Gupta family if former South […]

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  • Mudzuri seeks legal opinion

    MDC-T co-vice-president Elias Mudzuri, who wants the opposition party to convene an extraordinary congress to select the next president, is pushing for the hiring of external lawyers to interpret certain […]

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  • ‘Lacoste cabal’ has captured the party: Moyo

    MDC-T national chairperson Lovemore Moyo says a “Lacoste cabal” working with the opposition’s enemies has captured the party and staged a coup to ascend to the top. (more…)

  • MDC-T leadership fight: Chamisa digs in

    MDC-T acting president Nelson Chamisa says his appointment is above board and insists that reservations being raised by his political rivals are personal. (more…)

  • Fresh row over command agriculture

    A ROW has erupted between parliament and Sakunda Holdings over a probe into the murky financing of government’s command agriculture programme with the fuel supply firm attempting to block the […]

  • Mugabe breathes fire over Mnangagwa rule

    FORMER president Robert Mugabe this week came out guns blazing at his successor President Emmerson Mnangagwa during his first ever briefing to outsiders since his ousting by the military last […]

  • Zim revives fuel pipeline deal with Bots

    ZIMBABWE has revived plans to extend its Feruka fuel pipeline to Francistown in Botswana, businessdigest can reveal. (more…)

    ... Read more

  • Vingirirai removed from ZB Financial Holdings board

    BUSINESSMAN Nicholas Vingirayi (pictured)and his appointees to the Mash Holdings Ltd board — Mike Manyika and Michael Mahachi — were yesterday removed from the board at an annual general meeting […]

  • Zim resumes diamond auctions

    ZIMBABWE conducted a diamond auction sale this month, as production of the precious stones gradually recovers after slumping to an all-time low of less than two million carats from peak […]

  • Unki smelter complete in H2 2018

    Anglo-American Platinum Limited’s wholly-owned subsidiary Unki Mines is scheduled to complete a smelter in the second half of 2018 while total production is expected to remain flat at 170 000 PGM […]

  • US$500m required for re-tooling: CZI

    By Melody Chikono Zimbabwe is losing in excess of US$2 billion annually through the use of antiquated machinery while half-a-billion dollars is required for the industry’s retooling, businessdigest has learnt. […]

  • ZB eyes guarantees for construction sector

    ZB Financial Holdings has increased its focus on guarantee programmes for loan growth targeting the construction industry with over US$40 million worth of guarantees having been funded in the FY2017. […]

  • Govt must support agric insurance

    Unpredictable rainy seasons, livestock and crop diseases outbreaks, uncertain markets and other risks in the agricultural sector call for appropriate insurance packages for the country to fully enjoy the benefits […]

    ... Read more

  • Agricultural revival lessons from Zambia

    LAST week, the Commercial Farmers’ Union sounded said the supposedly revamped 99-year lease for Zimbabwe may not be attractive enough to lure back commercial farmers who were hounded out of […]

  • The tragic fall of Zuma

    As a passer-by in the upscale Johannesburg suburb of Saxonwold observed, the South African Police would never have raided the enormous, high-walled compound of the Gupta family if former South […]

  • MDC-T succession war, violence and tribalism

    THE death of MDC founding leader Morgan Tsvangirai — a hero of the new struggle for democracy — triggered a succession war in the main opposition MDC-T party (one wonders […]


  • Big Phil: The man who keeps hurting us

    THOSE who were there at Harare Sports Club one sunny afternoon, 32 years ago, describe it as one of the finest ever innings witnessed at this 118-year-old iconic home of […]

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  • Morality versus constitutionality

    WHEN newly elected Zifa president Phillip Chiyangwa (pictured) hinted in December 2015 that he was only interested in completing the term of the deposed Cuthbert Dube, the statement was almost […]

  • Zim, Kenya: A tragic African story

    ZIMBABWEAN cricket was soaring from the mid-1990s up to some two years into the new millennium. (more…)

  • Our sporting heritage, our pride

    THAT Zimbabwe has produced so many world-class athletes across a variety of sports is a source of much wonder in the world.

  • Mugava’s UK horrifying story: Part 2

    THE story of Simon Mugava, a Zimbabwean cricketer who unsuccessfully applied for political asylum in the United Kingdom, has brought into perspective the agony and struggle of a domestic cricketer […]

  • De Villiers brings total package

    ABILITY aside, the biggest asset Peter de Villiers brings to Zimbabwe is his attitude. (more…)

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