Loud Ramakgapola

Beitbridge council budget gets nod

Thupeyo Muleya, Beitbridge Bureau Government has approved Beitbridge Town Council’s $6.1 million annual budget for 2018 that will see tariffs, rates and service charges remaining at levels they were ...

Cotton hectarage up 28.3 percent

Lovemore Zigara, Business Correspondent THE area planted under cotton from the Presidential Input Support Scheme has this summer cropping season improved by 28.3 percent to 385 000 hectares.
Mr Strive Masiyiwa

Masiyiwa lands first billionaire status

Prince Sunduzani, Business Reporter AN AMERICAN business magazine, Forbes has listed Zimbabwe’s business mogul, Mr Strive Masiyiwa as the country’s first billionaire since the adoption of a multicurr...

Tobacco selling season set to delay

Oliver Kazunga, Acting Business Editor THE Tobacco Industry and Marketing Board (TIMB) says opening of the 2018 selling season is likely to delay due to the late onset of the rains as most of the cro...

Mind your language at work

Davies Ndumiso Sibanda, Labour Matters WHILE the language we use at work is never an issue in many instances, there are times when language used can result in disciplinary action and in worst cases d...

Merlin recruits ex-workers

Oliver Kazunga, Acting Business Editor BULAWAYO-BASED textile concern, Merlin has embarked on a gradual re-employment of ex-workers having so far engaged 60 employees from the maintenance department ...