Blueberry rush in Zimbabwe: Opportunities and arbitrages

Blueberry production is labour-intensive and carrying out operations in Zimbabwe where the labour cost is three times less than in South Africa significantly lowers the cost of production.
By Nyasha J Kavhiza Feb. 18, 2024

Zimbabwe’s gold production up 25%

According to statistics obtained by Standardbusiness last week, small-scale miners produced 1 895,9 kg, up 32% compared to the same period last year.
By Belinda Chiroodza Feb. 11, 2024

Makora defies hearing impairment in pursuit of passion

Communication barriers pose a significant challenge for Makora as someone with hearing challenges.
By Nyasha Gorogodo Feb. 11, 2024

Global company shares AI, low-cost housing vision for Africa

The Dubai-based company is a multi-disciplinary, international infrastructural development and smart technology provider company working on bridging the gap for development in Africa.
By Jairos Saunyama Feb. 10, 2024

Vubachikwe Mine forensic report raises stink

This has resulted in Forbes and Thompson losing credibility with its suppliers.
By Nizbert Moyo Feb. 9, 2024

Mudzi man jailed 30 years for killing gold buyer

The court heard that Divine Chirisa committed the heinous crime on March 22, 2021 as deceased Smart Kamupira's family watched.
By Desmond Chingarande Feb. 8, 2024

Duty on basics: Govt misfires, again!

The administration argues that by lifting the emergency measures, it will preserve employment and make sure the nation has the foreign exchange that is vital to the growth of its economy.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Feb. 2, 2024

starafricacorporation profit falls, sugar imports blamed

Tongaat Hullet Botswana, which is an associate of the company recorded a profit of ZWL$2,65 billion.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Feb. 2, 2024

Gold miners push for loans to fight plummeting output

Ramping up gold output will be important for Zimbabwe, which has struggled to generate enough foreign currency on the official markets.
By Julia Ndlela Jan. 19, 2024