Zim to participate at the 2021 Intra-Africa Trade Fair

By ZBC Reporter The 2nd Edition of the Intra-Africa Trade Fair, which is scheduled to be held by South Africa in Durban from the 15th to the 21st of November…

Most listed companies reinvest first half profits on capital projects

By ZBC Reporter Most companies listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange have decided to take advantage of current growth opportunities by reinvesting their half year profits on new income generating…

Manicaland records increased investment inflows

By ZBC Reporter Manicaland Province is steadily recording increased investment inflows with high impact projects having surpassed 470 million United States dollars in value this year. Ranked lowly in terms…

South African rand firms in uncertain trade

JOHANNESBURG, Sept 21 (Reuters) – The South African rand gained ground in early Tuesday trade amid hopes the fallout from Chinese property firm Evergrande’s (3333.HK) debt debacle might be contained.…

Return of ZITF to boost business confidence

By Yolanda Moyo THE return of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) is expected to open more business opportunities and create more synergies during Covid-19 era. Exhibitions such as the…

Women urged to double contribution to national economy

By ZBC Reporter Young women in Bulawayo say they are ready to unleash their full potential in contributing to national economic growth. This came out during the Young Women for…

Russian investors find home in Zim

Trade relations between Zimbabwe and Russia are improving with the Russian Ambassador to Zimbabwe, His Excellency Nikolai Krasilnikov highlighting that more companies from his country are pursuing trade opportunities with…

Congolese buyers in Zimbabwe to source local goods and services

By Stanley James Zimbabwe’s drive to penetrate the regional export market has received a boost with over 10 Congolese buyers in the country to source locally produced goods.                 The Congolese…

Exclusive: U.S. opens probe into 30 million vehicles over air bag inflators

WASHINGTON, Sept 19 (Reuters) – U.S. auto safety investigators have opened a new probe into 30 million vehicles built by nearly two dozen automakers with potentially defective Takata air bag…

DRC Mining giant Zim Bound

By Davison Vandira ZIMBABWE’s re-engagement agenda continues to gain traction, with the latest being French-owned DRC-based mining giant Group Ledya which is eyeing chrome and gold mining opportunities in the…