Botswana bounces back on international hunting map

BY EMMANUEL KORORO Africa’s hunting culture, including that of Botswana, will never die, no matter how much Western animal rights groups try to influence African...

Zimbabwe to import beef from Namibia

LIVESTOCK farming is now in dire straits, with Zimbabwe looking to import beef from Namibia as the country’s national herd has been severely depleted...

TSL shoddy deal sparks oautrage

Tobacco Sales Ltd (TSL) board did not consent to an incestuous corporate relationships that saw Tobacco Sales Floors (TSF) wholly-owned division general manager (GM)...

Malawi dismisses agriculture minister over corruption probe

Malawi's President Peter Mutharika has dismissed the agriculture minister after an investigation into maize procurement, the southern African nation's information minister said on Wednesday.

Land reform: The overlooked compensation option in Zim

It has happened to me several times. In my undergraduate studies, I did a dissertation in an operations management area. I just got tired of manually solving a series of complex equations in the field of stochastic processes.

W(h)ither Zimbabwe

BUSINESS executives and economists warn that 2017 will probably be worse for Zimbabwe than the financial difficulties, cash shortages and curtailed access to capital that were experienced in the country in 2016.

TreeEco partners Forestry Commission in celebrating National Tree Planting Day

LOCAL forestry company, TreeEco on Friday joined many Zimbabweans in celebrating National Tree Planting Day as the country pushes for reforestation. TreeEco is a Zimbabwean...

‘Africa drought leaves 14 Million needing food aid’

THE effects of a drought ravaging southern Africa is worsening and the number of people relying on food aid will double to 14,1 million...

No salary increase for Zim tobacco employees

THERE will be no salary increases for employees in the Zimbabwean tobacco industry as operating costs rise and earnings from the golden leaf decline on the back of lower prices and lower quality, with about 201.5 million kilogrammes sold by September 9.

LIVE UPDATES: Zim Finance minister presents mid term fiscal policy review

ZIMBABWE'S Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa presents the country's Mid Term Fiscal Policy review in Harare this afternoon as the economy continues to under-perform.

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