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1 hr ago | Diamonds.net
Press Release: Over the past week, Antwerp hosted a diamond tender offering rough diamonds from five different diamond producing companies from the Marange area of Zimbabwe, commissioned by its government and facilitated by First Element, an independent and specialized service provider.
Should religious groups be tax exempt?
Should the government provide access to health care for everyone?
5 hrs ago | Hispanic Business
The financing comes in the form of a US $17.52-million grant from the Zimbabwe Multi-Donor Trust Fund housed in the AfDB.
9 hrs ago | Centers for Disease Control and Preve...
To estimate prevalence of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis in Harare, Zimbabwe, in 2012, we performed microbiologic testing on acid-fast bacilli smear-positive sputum samples from patients previously treated for TB.
13 hrs ago | AlertNet
HARARE Zimbabwe has launched a forum to encourage public discussion on the use of biotechnology to boost the country's food security.
The Parliamentary committee meetings listed below are open to the public during the coming week.
The Australian dollar is slightly higher as the currency consolidates following its losses made after the US Federal Reserve meeting.
PAN AFRICAN banking group, Ecobank Transnational , has continued with its growth path in Zimbabwe with the addition of two more branches in Harare .
GOVERNMENT has approved the re-establishment of Special Economic Zones to create a vibrant, self-sustaining and robust manufacturing industry with capacity to produce goods and services for both, the domestic and export markets.
Civil servants' unions met in Harare yesterday for more than seven hours but failed to come up with nine substantive negotiators to second to the National Joint Negotiating Council, a platform they meet with Government for salary talks.Infighting among the unions deepened with labour leaders failing to agree on the number of seats each body should ... (more)
Retail customers of Zimbabwe's Allied Bank, Met Bank and the People's Own Savings Bank have flocked to branches in Harare, Bulawayo and Mutare to withdraw their funds as the country faces a liquidity crunch.
"We note with apprehension that three months after the dust from the elections began to settle down, there are no visible prospects for improvement in the spheres of life in Zimbabwe that cry for restoration to give people hope for a better life."
A severe cash shortage has gripped Zimbabwe's banking sector, sparking violent demonstrations by angry depositors.
A new bank in rural Zimbabwe does not have air conditioning or smartly dressed clerks - instead it has cow dung and labourers wearing overalls.
This latest equipment forms part of an assortment of military trucks, armoured vehicles and anti-riot gear, purchased over the past 18 months.
POWERSPEED Electrical Limited which says it is now 98 percent indigenised, has transformed itself into a supplier of general hardware.