Business Posts

African Airlines Struggle And Air Zim's Route To Recovery

By Correspondent , 24 , Jun 2014


African airlines are crippled by high costs of fuel and taxes which affect their operation, the African Airlines Association (AFRAA) – a body that oversees airlines in the continent has .. Read More →

Fire Sweeps Through Kitwe shops

By Correspondent , 21 , Jun 2014


Property Worth thousands of Kwacha was last night burnt after an inferno swept through three shops in Kitwe town centre, reports Zambian Eye Correspondent. A check at the scene found .. Read More →

Zimbabwe Mine Entra Interest Is Very High

By Correspondent , 20 , Jun 2014


By A Correspondent INTERNATIONAL interest at this year’s Mining, Engineering and Transport (Mine Entra) of Zimbabwe exhibition is high as five foreign nations have so far confirmed participation compared to .. Read More →

State Of The Art Toll Plaza Gates For Zimbabwe: Mpofu

By Correspondent , 20 , Jun 2014


Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) - Government will soon demolish all make shift tollgates and replace them with state of the art toll plazas, Transport, Communication and Infrastructural Development Minister .. Read More →

Illegal Livestock And Meat Stimulates Stock Theft

By Correspondent , 18 , Jun 2014


By Portia Sigauke, Own Correspondent Zimbabwe, Harare. (News Of The South) – At least 2 993 cattle have been stolen throughout the country this year against 5 377 last year, .. Read More →

Zuma`s Keynote Address Targets Economy

By Correspondent , 18 , Jun 2014


Cape Town (AFP) - Besieged South African President Jacob Zuma made his first public appearance in 10 days Tuesday to deliver a state of the nation address pledging "radical socio-economic .. Read More →

Petition By Red – UK On Money Transfers On Remittances To Africa

By Business Editor , 18 , Jun 2014


Research and Enterprise for Diaspora – UK (RED-UK) a Diaspora-led, non-profitable and UK registered organisation is asking for an investigation into money transfers on remittances to Africa. This campaign is .. Read More →

South Africa`s Deal To End Five Month Platinum Strike In Limbo

By Correspondent , 17 , Jun 2014


Johannesburg (AFP) - A deal for ending a five-month platinum strike was in limbo, mining companies said Monday, as the main union representing workers has not returned to negotiate a .. Read More →

MDC – T Speaks On Closure Of Sabi Gold Mine

By Correspondent , 16 , Jun 2014


Press Release Statement By Honourable Senator Lilian Timveos, Senator For The Midlands Province, Alternative Minister And MDC Spokesperson For Home Affairs. MDC DEPLORES CLOSURE OF SABI GOLD MINE Zimbabwe. - .. Read More →

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