“Vision 2030 achievable, but needs collective efforts”

The ongoing conference is focusing on how the profession can contribute to achieving the nation’s Vision 2030.
By Melody Chikono 6h ago

Delays in issuance of mining certificates worrying: Miners

 ZMF President Henrietta Rushwaya on Thursday met the newly appointed Mines minister Soda Zhemu in the capital where she aired the miners’ grievances.
By Kenneth Nyangani 6h ago

Corporate governance initiatives and theories

Globally, it has become well-established that to strengthen companies, be they private or state-owned enterprises (SOEs)
By Tendayi Munhenga 6h ago

Leveraging our own natural resources for development

Vast CBM resources are understood to be available in the Matabeleland North province of the country, particularly in Lupane, Gwayi and Hwange.
By Kevin Tutani 7h ago

Nationalists and their sordid escapades

According to Bhebhe, Tekere and Nkala were always feuding and insulting each other ad nauseam.
By Arthur Mutambara 9h ago

Ugesi drives solar uptake in homes

The growing demand for alternative power sources has led to the emergence of many solar system installers, with a proliferation of low-grade inverter and battery systems.
By Staff Reporter 10h ago

Zim govt must not sleep on the wheel

Where logistics are poor, economic growth will be slow, and social services will be affected. Surely, this is not what Zimbabwe wants for now.

Combating illicit financial flows crucial for Africa’s development

In accordance to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Africa loses up to US$60 billion each year in illegal cash flows.
By Enos Denhere 11h ago

Zera shuts down garages amid fuel contamination scandal

It said those netted were either operating without valid Zera licences or charging above regulator prescribed prices.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga 11h ago