AMH to hold International Renewable Energy indaba

ALPHA Media Holdings will hold the International Renewable Energy Conference and Expo in the resort town of Victoria Falls next month. The expo, which will be held from March 11 to 13, will achieve several objectives, including understanding the value that can be derived from renewable energy, discussing ways of harnessing renewable energy, as well as the renewable energy policy.

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Is Harare really like Tripoli without war?

ACCORDING to the recently released The Global Liveability Index 2019 by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), Harare ranks 134 out of 140 cities around the world in terms of liveability, faring only better than war-torn, terrorism-ravaged and disaster-stricken cities such as Damascus, ranked 140, Lagos (139), Tripoli (136) and Dhaka (138).
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2019 Audi RS5 Sportback eye-catching

The 2019 Audi RS5 Sportback is eye-catching. This is a toy for rich individuals. It will cost you at least US$340 000 to land it in Zimbabwe. It is eye-catching.

Inflation sabotages Masimba Holdings projects

MASIMBA Holdings Ltd says inflationary pressures have forced the group to temporarily shelve some of its key projects and also slowed down the pace...

Proplastics sales volumes plunged 25%

Proplastics sales volumes plunged 25% on the back of declining consumer spending in the market in the five months to May 31 2019, but...

US$4m offshore debt burden for ART Corporation

ART Corporation says it is saddled with an offshore creditors’ debt of over US$4 million and a monthly requirement of US$600 000, but the company is optimistic the new interbank forex trading system could help ease the burden.

RBZ financial inclusion facility surges to US$500m

THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) says its financial inclusion facility has ballooned to US$501 million with over 50% of the funds advanced to marginalised sectors of the economy in the form of loans.

Platinum project to get US$260m

Funding totalling of US$262 million will be allocated for working capital and equity by African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) and the African Finance Corporation (AFC) for the Darwendale platinum project, businessdigest has established.

‘GDP rebasing to lower insurance penetration’

THE rebasing of Zimbabwe’s gross domestic product (GDP) in 2018 will lower insurance penetration rate by 2,9%, an industry official has said.

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