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Sharon Chikwanha Government will provide tax holidays among other incentives to promote the growth of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises sector which is expected to anchor rural industrialization in Zimbabwe This emerged at the launch of the National MSME Policy 2020-2024...
Sydney Kawadza Water levels in Lake Kariba continue to rise increasing by about 25 percent in the past month, the Zambezi River Authority has said. The authority, however, indicated that a decision to review water allocated to Zimbabwe and Zambia for...
R.W. Johnson Things are moving fast in the jihadist insurgency in the Cabo Delgado province of Mozambique. Clearly aware that the multi-billion dollar gas investment by Total was reaching a critical new phase, the al-Shabaab insurgents quietly infiltrated the nearby town...
Herzel Mushayabasa/Eddison Mapani/Sharon Chikwanha Finance and Economic Development Minister Mthuli Ncube has challenged the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority to raise at least $400b through its various activities including improved electronic cargo tracking system. To support this, the country will speed up the...
Sydney Kawadza Calls for expansion of the Debt Service Suspension Initiative continue to grow louder with several heads of state and government, the United Nations and heads of multilateral development finance institutions adding their voice to the plea. This follows a...
Reason Razao The tourism sector in Zimbabwe plunged by 90 percent in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic which led to travel restrictions and national lockdowns. Zimbabwe benefits significantly from tourism which in 2019 generated a total of US$1.25 billion with...
Davison Kaiyo HARARE - Zimbabwe has launched its first ever Information Communication Technology (ICT) Device Factory, which will see the country manufacture and assemble laptops, desktop computers ICT devices with 150 000 units expected to be produced annually for both...
Sydney Kawadza The COVID-19 pandemic has left more than 30 million Africans unemployed with most government being forced to allocate more than 10 percent of their GDPs to fight the effects of climate change. In a communique released after the end...
Staff Writer The Economic Commission for Africa is making significant progress in supporting African countries to leverage the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCTA) to drive digital trade on the continent. Addressing the ongoing 39th ECA Committee of Experts of the...
Staff Writer African countries continue to trade more with the outside world than among themselves, findings of an Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) assessment report on progress made on regional integration in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic have revealed. The...

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