Zim reaches out to foreign investors

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A HIGH-POWERED Zimbabwean delegation will be off to London next week for a conference, as the investment-starved country moves to lure foreign investors. The two-day Zimbabwe London Investment Forum, Zimdaba London 2018, which runs between March 15 and 16, brings together business leaders and investors from the United Kingdom and Europe to discuss and action investment opportunities in Zimbabwe. The Zimbabwean delegation includes seven Cabinet ministers, representatives from Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce (ZNCC), Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI), Zimbabwe Investment Authority (ZIA) and Special Economic Zones Authority (SEZA). According…

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Harare Exhibition Park faces major facelift

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The Zimbabwe Agriculture Society (ZAS) will rebrand the Harare Exhibition Park to be a business hub as the society repositions itself as relevant to stakeholder demands aside from the show event held once annually. Rebranding of the Harare Exhibition Park in coming months will see it revert to being named the business hub as the ZAS gears to meet industry and commercial expectations. Speaking at the launch of the 2018 Harare Agriculture Show which will run under the theme, “Field to Industry-Produce Connect Develop”, ZAS chief executive officer Dr. Anxious…

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Some food prices fall slightly

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By Gift Phiri Some Zimbabwe food prices have fallen slightly, after government decreed fuel retailers to cut the price of petrol and diesel by up to 7,5 percent after a tax cut. File picture of shoppers in a supermarket High fuel prices have caused the costs of goods in shops to stay too high, and the latest edict is part of a drive by the new government of President Emmerson Mnangagwa to slash prices that had rocketed ahead of key a general election due in four to five months. A…

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Zim fuel still remains highest in Sadc

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By Gift Phiri Fuel costs in Zimbabwe are still much higher than anywhere else in the region even after government decreed fuel retailers to cut the price of petrol and diesel by up to 7,5 percent after a tax cut, economic experts have said. A motorist refuels at a dealer along Nketa Drive in Nketa recently. Despite danger posed to property by keeping drums of fuels inside houses, some people continue doing so.The dealer sells a 5 litre for between $6 and $6.50 while it cost almost the same at…

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