FBC Bank has announced the launch of Noku, a smart Digital Assistant who has been equipped with the capability of assisting clients with executing banking and insurance services on Whatsapp at any time of the day…24/7. Noku also allows anyone to open an FBC Instant Account or Mobile Moola wallet on WhatsApp without visiting a […]
WORKERS in the agricultural sector have had their salaries reviewed, with lowest paid employee receiving a minimum wage of $4 600.
Zimbabwe is increasingly moving into a technology driven era of business productivity. At the same time, Zimbabweans are becoming more digitally connected
By Business Reporter THE Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (Potraz) has revealed in its second quarter report that the country’s
Rising operational costs weighed down Zimbabwe’s mobile telecommunications companies, with the foreign currency requirements generally recording the biggest jump in expenses – prompting the regulator to grant them the green-light to charge for services in foreign currency, or in the local currency adjusted at the rate of the day.
THE Government would soon carry out a forensic audit at the defunct steel giant, Ziscosteel, to quantify and ascertain the losses at the company, acting Ziscosteel board chairperson, Engineer Martin Manhuwa, has said.
Access Finance – a bureau de change and money transfer agent, has developed a seamless payment product to facilitate global payments from Zimbabwe, enhancing efficiency in the service.
YOUTHS start-ups have a critical role to play in reviving African economies across the continent and young entrepreneurs need to turn existing challenges into opportunities to develop sustainable businesses.
Independent external auditors are engaged to audit an entity’s books of accounts and express an opinion on whether the audited financial statements fairly present, in all material respects, the financial position of the entity and the results of its operations for a period.
Mines and Mining Development Deputy Minister, Polite Kambamura, recently toured Eureka Gold Mine in Guruve district to ascertain, first hand, the progress made towards reopening of the mine. The mine, which is part of Dallaglio Investments (DI) (Pvt) Limited, is currently under construction with production expected to start in the third quarter of 2021. Once in operation, the mine looks set to catapult Dallaglio into becoming the country’s largest gold producer. Our Business Reporter, Ishemunyoro Chingwere (IC), took advantage of the tour to engage the mine management on progress made in the construction work as well as future plans. Dallaglio chief executive officer, Mr Marc Nicolle and James Beare — the managing director of Delta Gold, a subsidiary of Dallaglio, spoke on behalf of mine management. The following are excerpts of the interview.