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Innscor’s brewing unit performance in line with expectations

The company entered the opaque beer market with the Nyathi brand in December 2022 introducing a 1.25 litre regular sorghum beer, creating more than 130 jobs.
By Own Correspondent Dec. 6, 2023
Zim’s ‘Davos’ slated for October 2024
Zim’s ‘Davos’ slated for October 2024
In coming up with the conference, Ncube wanted to create an immersive platform where new ideas that support economic growth are discussed.
By Melody Chikono Nov. 26, 2023
Aviation Ground Services seeks US$2 million for retooling
AGS Harare station manager Shingirai Ruombwa told Standardbusiness in an interview that the company is also working on automating its data through the NAF system.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Nov. 26, 2023
Tourism Business Council sounds alarm over bad roads
In an interview with Standardbusiness, TBCZ president Wengayi Nhau said the state of the roads was a major challenge to local players.
By Belinda Chiroodza Nov. 26, 2023
Local energy firm invests in autogas technology
Maswera Energies is the country’s first commercially licenced autogas firm.
By Julia Ndlela Nov. 26, 2023
AWARFA-N pleads for land from government
The RAFFS Project is expected to run for three years.
By Staff Reporter Nov. 21, 2023
RAFFS Project helps sustain feed and fodder sector: Expert
It will be done through the African Women in Animal Resources Farming and Agribusiness Network, established under the ambit of AU-IBAR.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Nov. 20, 2023
Influx of second hand clothes chokes Zimbabwe’s retailers
The clothes are sold on street pavements and markets in Zimbabwe’s urban areas and business centres.
By Melody Chikono Nov. 19, 2023
Women empowerment champion bags top awards
Buhlungu, who boasts of vast experience in the development and social entrepreneurship space, is also nominated for other coming awards before year ends.
By Takemore Mazuruse Nov. 19, 2023
Funding bottlenecks hit Zimbabwe’s horticulture sector
Nielson said the banks that disburse the funds had different specific requirements that complicated the process.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Nov. 19, 2023
Powers cuts, high tarrifs weigh down Zim mines
Zimbabwe’s electricity shortages have been worsened by constant breakdowns at the Hwange Thermal Power Station and low water levels at Kariba Dam.
By Nizbert Moyo Nov. 19, 2023
Re-imaging the workplace: Mental fitness in the workplace
To fight against the reality that a challenge is facing us or that we have a challenge in our hands,
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu Nov. 19, 2023
Magic of growth in entrepreneurship
 They have developed that capacity and now confident/accepted to join these platforms of investment.
By Farai Chigora Nov. 19, 2023
Delta to raise US$60m capital investment
Delta CEO Matlhogonolo Valela told standardbusiness that the company was making its own money to put back into the business.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Nov. 12, 2023
Zimbabwe’s Look East Policy bears fruit as Chinese investments spike
China is now the biggest source of investments for Zimbabwe’s agriculture, mining and informal sectors of the economy. It is also this Harare’s third largest trading partner.
By Own Correspondent Nov. 12, 2023
Treasury rejects ministry’s $500b bid
The government is desperately seeking re-engagement with the international community to help to clear the country’s ballooning debt now estimated at over US$20 billion.
By Tatira Zwinoira Nov. 12, 2023
Mineral revenue seen down 20%
Mining contributes to foreign exchange generation, gross domestic product, government revenues, capital formation and infrastructure development.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Nov. 5, 2023
Zim economy under pressure post-election
Chitambara said the outlook depends on what happens in terms of money supply, adding if there is huge money supply injection into the economy, the local currency will continue depreciating.
By Belinda Chiroodza and Blessed Mhlanga Nov. 5, 2023
Mangudya speaks on export data discrepancies
Mangudya said the discrepancy comes as there is a major difference between gold exports that the bank records versus what is recorded in the destination country.
By Tatira Zwinoira Nov. 5, 2023
Diaspora remittances hit US$1,17b mark
Diaspora remittances — money sent by a person in a foreign land to his or her home country—have become one the biggest foreign currency sources for Zimbabwe after exports
By Mthandazo Nyoni Nov. 5, 2023
Re-Imagining the Workplace: Delegation and abdication as scientific principles
My concern is that as we ignore these principles we drift away from the possibility of the sublime in the workplace, or at least something reasonably sane.
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu Nov. 5, 2023
OWIT, Ecobank women empowerment pact hailed
The event which was attended by over 200 people created an opportunity for networking, formation of new partnerships and relationships amongst the women.
By Business Reporter Nov. 5, 2023
Qualitative contradictories of Zimbabwe 2024 budget
As practitioners, we are good at interpreting budget statistics/figures for decision making at our various roundtables, especially the industrialists and national policy makers.
By Farai Chigora Nov. 5, 2023
US$407m losses: Air Zimbabwe ‘dead as a dodo’
According to the report on SOEs and parastatals for the financial year ended December 31, 2022 (2019 for Air Zim), the airline continues to bleed with no solution in sight.
By Melody Chikono Oct. 29, 2023
'Zim’s economic instability putting off investors'
Speaking at the CZI 2023, Tanaka said it was very difficult for investors to invest in Zimbabwe because of the bumpy business environment.
By Blessed Mhlanga Oct. 29, 2023
Zim’s pensioners: So rich, yet so poor
Ipec director pensions and life assurance supervision Cutherbert Munjoma said inadequacy of contributions is one of the sticking issues.
By Melody Chikono Oct. 29, 2023
RBZ, Zimstat issue contrary export data
In explaining these disparities, Zimstat caused  more confusion.
By Tatira Zwinoira Oct. 29, 2023
Revisiting the art of entrepreneurship
Then if entrepreneurs are made, let us be trained to acquire the same skills and if it is an umbilical cord matter then let us be nurtured.
By Farai Chigora Oct. 22, 2023