Mutare Bottling Company (MBC) has suspended a distribution agreement with Schweppes Zimbabwe saying the deal was not favourable.
Pressure continues to pile on Higher Education Minister Jonathan Moyo over his criticism of the government’s Command Agriculture programme with the Office of the President and Cabinet coming in to say this was a cabinet approved programme which cannot be reduced “to fodder for succession politics”.
FBC Holdings says it is awaiting central bank approval to open a reinsurance unit offshore to service its foreign insurance business to avert delays in settling external claims.
Zimbabwe imported clothing and footwear worth $20 million in the first five months of the year, latest data from the Zimbabwe National Statistics Agency (Zimstat) shows, as local industry called for tighter controls on imports.
Movement for Democratic Change leader Morgan Tsvangirai today said geriatrics like President Robert Mugabe cannot govern the twitter generation that now constitutes 60 percent of Zimbabwe’s population but should instead receive our care.
The British government on Monday said it supported biometric voter registration in Zimbabwe as long as the process was transparent and designed to ensure that all voters, including young and urban voters, are able to register and vote.
Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa has called on Zimbabweans not to pay attention to critics of the Command Agriculture programme because critics will always be around but they should instead inspire people to work even harder.
Mutare Bottling Company (MBC) says its revenue declined by 20 percent while sales volumes slumped by 17 percent in the period between 2014 and 2016, as cheap imports from Mozambique flooded the eastern region, its catchment area.