Mrs Ruth Ncube

ZITF kicks off on ‘lively note’

Oliver Kazunga, Senior Business Reporter THE 58th edition of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) began on a high note yesterday with 367 direct exhibitors participating compared to last year...
Namibia is one of the countries exhibiting at this year edition of ZITF. The picture taken yesterday shows a client at the stand. — Picture by Eliah Saushoma

Foreign firms welcome investment reforms

Oliver Kazunga, Senior Business Reporter FOREIGN exhibitors at this year’s Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) yesterday said they were excited by the improvements in the country’s ease of doing...
Nust's Director of Communication and Marketing Mr Felix Moyo  yesterday shows the amonium production plant that was invented by the university students which is on exhibition at this year ZITF edition.(Picture  by Eliah Saushoma)

Nust exhibits new fertiliser technology

Pamela Shumba, Senior Reporter THE National University of Science and Technology (Nust) has designed a new ammonium production plant that could be a solution to the country’s fertiliser shortage.
The Bulawayo cityscape

I’ve this against Bulawayo businesses

Morris Mpala, MoB Capital Ltd IF ever there was a city with so much potential, strategic in economics, industrial and cultural hub, rail cornerstone and just a beautiful place, Bulawayo will be that ...
MP Joseph Tshuma admires products that were made by backyard industries in his constituency. (Picture by Andile Tshuma)

MP hails Bulawayo SMEs’ resilience

Andile Tshuma, Business Reporter MPOPOMA-Pelandaba MP Mr Joseph Tshuma has commended small to medium enterprises (SMEs) in Bulawayo for their resilience despite the difficult economic conditions.

Bread prices to remain unchanged

Conrad Mwanawashe, Harare Bureau A breakthrough has been reached between millers and the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe which effectively quashed a looming increase in the price of bread and other flour pr...
The Cold Storage Company (CSC) plant in Bulawayo

CSC moves to clear $1.5m debt

Oliver Kazunga, Senior Business Reporter THE Cold Storage Company (CSC) will next month convene a scheme of arrangement with its creditors including foreign creditors who are owed about $1.5 million.