Clothing retail chain Edgars Stores’ profit-after-tax nearly trebled to $1 million in the year-to-date, from $35 000 last year and 200 percent above budget due to lower costs.
Zimbabwe police have confirmed that a Harare couple was robbed of $80 000 cash on Saturday in Madokero suburb.
Defence Minister Sydney Sekeramayi was considered presidential material way back in 1998 by the United States embassy in Harare, according to a cable dispatched by its ambassador to Zimbabwe James Rawlings.
Zimbabwe is set to export wildlife to the Democratic Republic of Congo and Gambia, the Environment Minister, Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri has said.
Fuel supplier, Sakunda Holdings, which financed government’s command agriculture special maize production programme, says it has roped in a consortium of local banks to help fund the scheme over the next three years.
Hwange Colliery Company says its production for May rose by over 200 percent to 170 000 tonnes, from 52 000 tonnes in April after shareholders approved a debt repayment scheme which saved the miner from going under.
The former chief executive of Premier Services medical Aid Society Cuthbert Dube who was earning a staggering US$236 000 and was entitled to a loan twelve times his monthly salary was cleared of any wrongdoing by the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission.
Farm workers and employers have agreed on a salary increment of 4.2 percent or $3 for 2017, which will see the lowest earner being paid $75 per month effective this month.