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Industry has not yet released the figures of losses due to suppressed power supplies but the impact is likely to be catastrophic if the situation is not addressed urgently.

RBZ in gems mop up deal

RBZ in gems mop up deal
The Department of Immigration, therefore, deported Robai over his previous illegal diamond dealing convictions in India.
By Tinashe Kairiza and Sydney Kawadza Dec. 2, 2022

Govts should invest in security systems

Zimbabwe’s mainstream services and online software applications are at some point the target of local and international hackers.
By Jacob Mutisi Nov. 25, 2022

Social media can help crypto investors

The necessity of Social media in the market of crypto
By Theindependent Oct. 6, 2022

How is Montana becoming a Preferable Location for Bitcoin Trading

Montana is quickly becoming a hub for Bitcoin activity.
By Theindependent Sep. 29, 2022

Umkhathi celebrates 25 years in theatre

Umkhathi Theatre Works, known for its energetic and outstanding performances, was established in 1997 and currently stands at 15 members
By Sharon Sibindi Dec. 5, 2022

Algeria, Zim strengthen ties through cuisine, fashion.

Mavhunga was speaking at the inaugural Algeria Traditional Wear and Culinary Exhibition Day, held at the Algerian Embassy in Harare, where she was guest of honour on Tuesday.
By Kennedy Nyavaya Dec. 4, 2022

Byo traders welcome RBZ’s collateral registry

The RBZ targets to operationalise it by year-end, and it will make movable property bankable.
By Emmanuel Mpofu 9h ago

Fault at pumping plant, leaves LSU dry

In a statement yesterday, LSU director of marketing and public relations Zwelithini Dlamini, however, said the university did not totally run dry despite the disruptions.
By Silas Nkala Dec. 5, 2022