Business Posts

Debating The Marketing Seat- A- Sure- Fire Recipe For Disaster

By Correspondent , 20 , Nov 2013

By Macdonald Mufandizvo Let me start with the premise that despite its importance, marketing is the least well understood of all business disciplines, both by those working within businesses and .. Read More →

BAZ Fees Prohibitive : Prof Jonathan Moyo

By Lazarus Sauti , 20 , Nov 2013

By Lazarus Sauti The Minister of Information, Media and Broadcasting Services, Professor Jonathan Moyo urged the Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe to review fees charged by the regulatory body. Professor Moyo .. Read More →

Positives From Zimbabwe`s Land Reform Programme

By Tatenda Chambwe , 20 , Nov 2013

Whilst Zimbabwe’s land reform programme led to a lot of controversy, it has also proved that it has transformed the lives of thousands of small scale farmers that emerged. Borms .. Read More →

Africa Needs Up To $200 and $350 Billion A Year To Fight Climate Change:UNEP

By Lazarus Sauti , 19 , Nov 2013

By Lazarus Sauti A United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) report, issued on the sidelines of UN climate talks in Warsaw that are working towards sealing a global deal by 2015 .. Read More →

Liquidity Crisis Hits Zimbabwe

By Best Masinire , 19 , Nov 2013

The Sub-Saharan African country of Zimbabwe has been hit by a serious liquidity crunch as many people are failing to access their monies from the banks. Some economic experts in .. Read More →

Lack Of Science Capacity Threatens Africa`s Development

By Lazarus Sauti , 19 , Nov 2013

By Lazarus Sauti Chris Whitty, chief scientific adviser and director of research at the UK Department for International Development believes science for Africa is critical for Africa – and for .. Read More →

Africa To Embrace IK To Improve Agriculture

By Correspondent , 19 , Nov 2013

By Lazarus Sauti Indigenous Knowledge is the local knowledge – knowledge that is unique to a given culture or society. It is the basis for local-level decision making in agriculture, .. Read More →

Germany`s Lufthansa To End Sudan Flights

By Correspondent , 10 , Nov 2013

Khartoum (AFP) - German airline Lufthansa, the last European carrier with direct flights to Sudan, will end its service in January, a company document obtained on Sunday says, citing economic .. Read More →

Infrastructure Key To Greater Integration: Dr Kaberuka

By Lazarus Sauti , 07 , Nov 2013

African Development Bank President Donald Kaberuka believes African economies face difficulties in sustaining the current pace of economic growth due to under investment in infrastructure and committing to integrating their .. Read More →