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Fossil Mines concludes Lafarge takeover

Fossil settled the purchase price of Lafarge Cement on Friday in a development that placed the giant cement producer in the hands of local entrepreneurs.
By Business Reporter 1h ago

Zim now one of the fastest growing African economies

Corruption persists like a festering wound slowly spreading to all of the state’s institutions.
By Respect Gwenzi 2h ago

Beyond legal electoral reforms: Attitudes, practices and culture

ELECTIONS work. They have worked elsewhere and continue to work in many parts of the world.
By Musa Kika 3h ago

More pain as Ncube ignores ordinary citizens in budget

Ncube, in his budget presentation, maintained the unpopular 2% Intermediated Money Transfer Tax (IMMT).
By Tinashe Kairiza 3h ago

Give Zim a relief — for once

FINANCE and Economic Development minister Mthuli Ncube last week presented a national budget, which many say is anti-poor.
By Faith Zaba 4h ago

Tragedy of disastrous decision-making

DURING the decade to 2007, Southern Africa’s leaders had already been briefed about impending power shortages due to poor investment into new generation capacities.

MPs jostle for US$40k housing loan

PARLIAMENTARIANS are legally bound to service the recently extended US$40 000 residential stands loans at an interest rate of 5% for the next five years.
By Tinashe Kairiza 6h ago

Mine fatalities spike in Zim

This has seen mineshafts flooding, killing illegal miners.
By Melody Chikono 6h ago

Zesa ‘ignored’ calls over Kariba water

Industry has not yet released the figures of losses due to suppressed power supplies but the impact is likely to be catastrophic if the situation is not addressed urgently.
By Sydney Kawadza 6h ago