President Mnangagwa meets some of the students behind C-Trade mobile online, from left Andrew Dewa, Gabriel Manjonjo, Liberty Bote and Ashley Goredema at the C-Trade Mobile online launch at Meikles Hotel in Harare yesterday. — Picture by Memory Mangombe

SECZ launches C-Trade

Tawanda Musarurwa, Harare Bureau C-Trade, the online and mobile shares trading platform was launched yesterday effectively opening up Zimbabwe’s capital markets to all and sundry.
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1 800 hectares under wheat

Locadia Mavhudzi, Midlands Correspondent MORE than 1 800 hectares of land has been put under the Government funded Command Winter Wheat programme in the Midlands Province, an official has said.
Mr Sifelani Jabangwe

Zim Trade deficit reaches $1,3 billion

Oliver Kazunga, Senior Business Reporter ZIMBABWE’s trade deficit widened by 30 percent to $1,3 billion in the first six months of the year compared to the same period in 2017, official figures show....
Mr Givemore Chidzidzi

Peace dividend boosts tourism sector

Leonard Ncube in Victoria Falls THE Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) says the peaceful environment prevailing in Zimbabwe should continue beyond the election period to consolidate the positive trajec...
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Preps for Hwange expansion underway

Senior Business Reporter PRELIMINARY works for the $1,5 billion Hwange Thermal Power Station expansion project have begun with engineers already onsite undertaking geo-technical surveys and site clea...
Minister Perrance Shiri

Cotton inputs distribution begins

Harare Bureau About 400 000 households are set to benefit from the Presidential Cotton Input Scheme this year as Government continues supporting the recovery of the lucrative cotton industry.  
President Mnangagwa

UK stockbroker to woo FDI to Zim

Golden Sibanda, Harare Bureau The Securities and Exchanges Commission of Zimbabwe (SECZ) has licensed a new strockbrocking firm, Morgan & Co, owned by British investors and two indigenous partner...
Zimbabwe-airways

Zim Airways ready to fly

Africa Moyo, Harare Bureau Government says one of the four long haul planes acquired from Malaysia, the Boeing 777-200ER, has no mechanical problems and was only taken back to Kuala Lumpur for routin...