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Zimplow on course to meet targets

The Chronicle Pride Mahlangu, Business Reporter FARMING implements manufacturer, Zimplow Limited, says it is targeting niche opportunities and balance sheet management to consolidate positive performance and...

Millers secure 10k tonnes of maize

The Chronicle Oliver Kazunga, Senior Business Reporter THE Grain Millers’ Association of Zimbabwe (GMAZ) says it has received delivery of 10 000 tonnes of maize out...

MPs bid to invade closed mines blocked

The Chronicle Oliver Kazunga, Senior Business Reporter GOVERNMENT has directed players in the mining sector to operate orderly, saying artisanal miners should not be allowed to invade...

Choppies sells ailing SA operations

The Chronicle BOTSWANA grocery retailer, Choppies Enterprises, will sell its loss-making South African operations for only a rand to escape existing liabilities and inject 100...

Coronavirus batters world diamond sales

The Chronicle ROUGH diamond sales at De Beers, the world’s largest source of diamonds by value, fell by more than a third in February because...

Gold deliveries miss 2019 target

The Chronicle Ishemunyoro Chingwere, Harare Bureau  GOLD deliveries to Fidelity Printers and Refineries (FPR), the country’s sole legal gold buyer, are now certain to fall below...

RBZ sets ceiling for reserve money growth

The Chronicle Business Reporter THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) says it will maintain a tight monetary stance targeting reserve money growth not exceeding 15 percent...

JUST IN: Gwanda solar investor makes bribery claims

The Chronicle Harare Bureau A SOUTH African investor, who was recently awarded a licence for a US$250 million 100MW solar project in Gwanda, Matabeleland South claims...

JUST IN: NetOne comes to the rescue of Binga flood victims

The Chronicle Own Correspondent ZIMBABWE’s second largest mobile network operator, NetOne, has donated a consignment of goodies worth thousands of dollars to flood victims in Binga...

Mines halt operations as Eskom asks for 20% power savings

The Chronicle Several mining companies in South Africa have had to temporarily shut down domestic operations after receiving requests by Eskom to reduce their load...