The Bulawayo City Council (BCC) has proposed to exempt investors that will operate under the Special Economic Zones (SEZs) from paying rates for five years among other incentives designed to lure investment to the city.
The United States of America has lifted its ban on hunting trophies from Zimbabwe, allowing the country to resume exports later this year, the environment minister said today.
Zimbabwe has more than 50 political parties but only three of these parties are led by women, a report from the Research and Advocacy Unit, a non-governmental organisation that conducts research and advocacy in three key areas- women, displacements and governance, says.
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.