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Byo lures twin cities for ZITF

BULAWAYO City Council (BCC) has invited its twin cities to participate and exhibit with the local authority at this year’s edition of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) to market each other and establish meaningful business relationships. This business relationships could have the potential to ...

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Special Economic Zones, where are they?

The City of Bulawayo is still waiting to be declared a Special Economic Zone, almost two years after government mooted the idea, meant to turn around the city’s economic fortunes. Special economic zones are developed to attract both domestic and foreign direct investment through the ...

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June deadline for Byo vendors

By Koniya Mpofu and Wendy Dube MINISTER of Small and Medium Enterprises Development, Sithembiso Nyoni, has told Bulawayo vendors to formalise their businesses by June to avoid being chased away. The minister also said government and local councils have agreed to group vendors into clusters ...

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Telecel responds to govt threats

TELECEL Zimbabwe has assured its subscribers that it is working on all the issues raised by government “very seriously” and is consulting all its relevant stakeholders to find a workable solution. The government accused Telecel Zimbabwe of breaching two major principles; on local empowerment and ...

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ZITF asserts its presence

THE Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) Company has said in order to maintain dominance as an international showcase, it had to move its dates forward to avoid clashing with other events taking place in the same period. ZITF starts advertising dates for its next showcase ...

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Distressed companies repay DIMAF loans

Deputy Minister of Industry and Commerce Chiratidzo Mabuwa has said companies that had been placed under judicial management have been at the forefront in paying back loans attained from the Distressed and Marginalised Areas Fund (DIMAF). “What we as the industry ministry have realised from ...

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Use Bond Coins, Business urged

THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor,  Dr John Mangudya has urged commuter omnibus operators among other companies in Bulawayo to adjust their prices in response to the introduction of bond coins. Speaking during breakfast discussions hosted by Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce in Bulawayo ...

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ZITF 2015, 75pc space taken up by exhibitors

The Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) Company says preparations for the 56th trade showcase are in full swing with pre-exhibition seminars on the cards to assist the exhibitors. In a statement, ZITF Company general manager Nomathemba Ndlovu said the pre-exhibition seminars will be held in ...

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‘E-cigarettes threat to local tobacco industry’

The new tobacco free electronic cigarettes that were recently launched in the country will pose a threat to the future of the local tobacco industry, an expert has noted. Electronic cigarettes are cigarette shaped devices containing a nicotine-based liquid that is vaporised and inhaled, used ...

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ZCTU raps Chinamasa, Mangudya over salaries

The Zimbabwe Congress of trade Unions (ZCTU) has reacted angrily at Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa’s and Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe governor John Mangudya’s recent statements concerning salary increment of government employees, labelling them as “offside” and aimed at intimidating civil servants. Last week Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa ...

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