Zimbabwe has been guaranteed continued power supply from South Africa’s power utility, Eskom, despite a power trading deal coming to an end, Energy Minister Samuel Undenge has said.
Regional retail group Choppies says its Zimbabwean operations have returned to profitability despite the difficult economic conditions that have slowed down consumer spending.
Electrical goods manufacturer Powerspeed has seen its pre-tax profit surge by 200 percent in the four months to January 2017 on the back of increased sales chief executive Hilton Macklin told shareholders.
Individual and institutional investors can pledge their shares as collateral to borrow funds from banks and other lenders through the Chengetedzai Depository, the securities depository firm has said.
On March 6, Tristan Voorspuy, a former British army officer and founder of luxury safari company Offbeat Safaris, was shot and killed by pastoral herders in Kenya, while inspecting some of his lodges.
Poverty is the major cause of child marriages and this is worsened by the fact that 60 percent of households in Zimbabwe are headed by children and 20 percent of those are orphans.
Transport Minister Joram Gumbo says motorists will not get any compensation from his ministry if they hit potholes and their vehicles are damaged.