The poor showing at the just-ended Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF), dubbed as the country’s trade showcase, is a reflection of the deteriorating state of the national economy, observers say.
OSWALD Nyakunika, the newly elected president of the Estate Agents Council, has vowed to root out bogus estate agents because they are tarnishing the image of the profession.
An application by Bulawayo textile giant Merspin to bar 42 employees it fired last year from entering its premises or contacting any of its staff was thrown out by the High Court last week after the judge ruled that the company must comply with the law first.
The Bulawayo City Council, which is now owed more than $116 billion by residents and government departments, is facing a dilemma about how to recover its money.
Almost all private housing developers in Bulawayo are breaching terms of their agreements of sale with the Bulawayo City Council in one way or the other, according to the latest minutes from the municipality.
The fuel shortage that has rocked Bulawayo over the past two weeks could put a damper on Zimbabwe’s prime shop-window, the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF), scheduled to open on Tuesday.