Zimbabwe is reportedly still importing grain “despite claims by the government that it had stopped doing so” last year following a “bumper harvest from the command agriculture programme”. The main aim for the command agriculture programme was to ensure self-food sustenance after which exports would follow to help the country earn the much needed foreign
Zimasco (Zimbabwe Mining and Smelting Company) is losing business from one of its key export markets, China, after the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) is failing to move chrome to strategic partners. Zimasco is the country’s biggest ferrochrome producer but the moribund NRZ is failing to supply enough wagons to move chrome to Mozambique. According
Zimbabwe cement manufacturer, Sino Zimbabwe Cement Company has failed to pay for packaging material as a result of foreign currency shortages affecting many companies. The company is the third largest cement producer in the country, with a capacity to produce 400 000 tonnes per year. Sino Zimbabwe Cement Company (SZCC) managing director Mr Yong Wang
Zimbabwe Government has reduced excise duty on fuel imports, in a move aimed at reducing overall production costs in the country. Petrol prices in Zimbabwe which are ranging between $1,40 and $1,56 per litre while diesel costs between $1,30 and $1,33 per litre, are expected to drop following the move which comes into effect today.
It seemed the entire USA was in an uproar this November when Trump announced he wanted to reverse the Obama Administration’s ban on the import of animal remains from so-called “trophy hunts” from Zambia and Zimbabwe. The controversy really blew up when a number of celebrities spoke out against Trump’s decision and encouraged the public to do the same.
JOHANNESBURG – Zimbabwe’s Foreign Affairs Minister says South Africa will benefit from efforts to reduce overcrowding at the busiest border post in Africa. Simbarashe Mumbengegwi was meeting with Department of International Relations (Dirco) Minister, Maite Nkoana-Mashabane in Pretoria on Monday. Both leaders have vowed to boost trade and create jobs. This comes ahead of President Robert
On 14 September 2017 South Africa hosted the 11th bilateral meeting between Trade Ministers of the Southern African Customs Union (SACU) and the East African Community (EAC) in Ekurhuleni, Gauteng. The meeting took place to advance the market access negotiations between SACU and the EAC, which are being undertaken within the framework of the Tripartite