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Public relations: How to measure a successful PR campaign

"Without data, it is harder to prove that your campaign influenced public decisions to favour your brand or your company,” according to a paper by the firm 5WPR.
By Lenox Lizwi Mhlanga 21h ago

Mine workers’ wages pegged in US$

Prior to the change, the lowest paid mining employee got $217 299,84 per month, while the most paid took home $503 994,78.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Mar. 20, 2023

How education is pushing up remittances to Zim

Remittances enhance household income, which enables more children to enrol in schooling programmes and pursue further education.
By Darryl Pietersen Mar. 20, 2023

US$4,7m shot in arm for smallholder farmers

According to the World Bank, last year fertiliser prices rose by 30% due to the conflict in Ukraine.
By Melody Chikono Mar. 13, 2023

Exploring Zimbabwe’s digital economy

Simply put, the digital economy encompasses economic activities that are partially or wholly facilitated by digital technologies.
By Zvikomborero Muzenda Mar. 12, 2023

Kenya to set up 136 solar mini-grids for remote communities

Kenya is constructing 136 solar powered mini-grids in far-flung areas not properly served by the national electricity grid.
By Reuters Feb. 28, 2023

Chissano drops Zim bombshell… ex-Mozambican leader tells Harare to honour debt obligations

He warned Harare that by not honouring agreements on debt clearance plans, authorities were eroding lenders’ trust.
By Sydney Kawadza Feb. 24, 2023

Teachers demand US$1 200 pay

Primary and Secondary Education ministry spokesperson Taungana Ndoro referred all questions about salary issues to the Public Service Commission (PSC).
By Lorraine Muromo Feb. 23, 2023

Feature: Running battles with police push vendors into night trading

Harare City spokesperson Innocent Ruwende added that while the council recognizes contributions by the informal sector in the national economy, there was a need for order and compliance.
By Sizalokuhle Ncube Feb. 17, 2023