Govt moves to implement consumer protection act

By ZBC Reporter THE GOVERNMENT will soon appoint a 12-member commission to oversee the implementation of the consumer protection act aimed at ensuring industry and commerce provide quality goods and…

Moonstruck: Japan billionaire cancels hunt for lunar love

A JAPANESE billionaire who launched a public search for a girlfriend willing to join him on a trip into space abruptly cancelled the hunt on Thursday, despite attracting nearly 30,000…

Coronavirus: Technology giants join China shutdown

GOOGLE is temporarily closing all of its offices in China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan as a result of the coronavirus. Other tech giants, including Amazon and Microsoft, have also taken…

ZIMRA surpasses fourth quarter revenue target by 47.27%

By ZBC Reporter TREASURY has managed to restore the much needed fiscal balance to pave way for economic growth with the revenue performance report for the fourth quarter showing an…

10 million Euro facility availed for exporters

By ZBC Reporter AS THE country’s engagement and re-engagement efforts continue to bear fruit, Zimbabwe is now targeting product competitiveness to regain its market share in the European Union (EU)…

‘I’m never coming back’: Lebanon crisis fuels brain drain

WHEN Lebanon’s protests erupted in October, thousands found a renewed commitment to their homeland and vowed to fix a country that has long fed its best and brightest to the…

Brexit to be sealed with final Brussels vote

BREXIT Day is to be set in stone Wednesday when the European Parliament in Brussels casts a vote ratifying the terms of Britain’s divorce deal from the EU. The historic…

Airbus strikes anti-corruption deals with France, UK, US

EUROPEAN aerospace giant Airbus said on Tuesday it had reached an “agreement in principle” with the French, British and US authorities over corruption investigations. Airbus has been the subject of…

Brexit’s new chapter: the ‘impossible’ trade deal

WITH just days to go before Brexit, European diplomats are already hard at work for the next phase: negotiations to hammer out a future with Britain after its EU divorce.…

Saudi fans navigate Gulf rift to keep sport on screens

Diehard Barcelona fan Abdulrahman had to find a creative way to keep watching football matches — paying his subscription via Kuwait to dodge a diplomatic rift between Riyadh and Doha…