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Zim gets $20m irrigation loan from Kuwait - NewsDay;

Zim gets $20m irrigation loan from Kuwait - NewsDay

NewsDayZim gets $20m irrigation loan from KuwaitNewsDayZimbabwe has signed a $20 million loan agreement with the Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development for Zhove Irrigation Project, which will go a long way in unlocking the potential of the dam and the surrounding area. BY TARISAI MANDIZHA. Finance ...and more »

Batoka project to grow Zim's renewable energy sources - NewsDay;

Batoka project to grow Zim's renewable energy sources - NewsDay

NewsDayBatoka project to grow Zim's renewable energy sourcesNewsDayThe $4 billion Batoka Power Project will see the share of Zimbabwe's renewable energy sources in electricity nearly doubling to 80%, Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa has said. BY BUSINESS REPORTER. Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa.and more »

NetOne targets tobacco farmers - NewsDay;

NetOne targets tobacco farmers - NewsDay

NewsDayNetOne targets tobacco farmersNewsDayTHE opening of the tobacco selling season creates a fresh wave of expenditure patterns with entrepreneurs and companies jostling to get a share of the windfall from the gold leaf. BY BUSINESS REPORTER. State-owned NetOne, which was the only mobile ...and more »

Ethiopian Airlines introduces Victoria Falls flight - NewsDay;

Ethiopian Airlines introduces Victoria Falls flight - NewsDay

NewsDayEthiopian Airlines introduces Victoria Falls flightNewsDayTHE introduction of a direct flight between Addis Ababa and Victoria Falls demonstrates growing confidence in Zimbabwe's aviation sector and the country in general, Transport minister Joram Gumbo said yesterday. BY WINSTONE ANTONIO. Joram Gumbo.Ethiopian Airlines plane lands in Vic FallsChronicleEthiopian Airways Launches First Flight to Vic FallsZimEye - Zimbabwe NewsZimbabwe government continues to huntBulawayo24 News (press release) (blog)The Heraldall 5 news articles »

Zivhu slams fly-by-night preachers - NewsDay;

Zivhu slams fly-by-night preachers - NewsDay

NewsDayZivhu slams fly-by-night preachersNewsDayZIMBABWE Cross-Border Traders' Association president Killer Zivhu on Saturday dug into pentecostal churches accusing them of exploiting congregants by milking them financially. BY OWN CORRESPONDENT. Killer Zivhu. Zivhu also asked cross-border ...and more »

Oil producers look at extending output cut - The Australian;

Oil producers look at extending output cut - The Australian

The NationOil producers look at extending output cutThe AustralianA joint committee of ministers from OPEC and non-OPEC oil producers has agreed to review whether a global pact to limit supplies should be extended by six months. An earlier draft of the statement had said the committee "reports high level of ...Oil falls as US drilling offsets talk of an OPEC-led cut extensionNasdaqOPEC, non-OPEC to look at extending oil-output cut by six monthsCNBCOil Producers Consider Output Cut Extension as Support GrowsBloombergBBC News -Forbes -Newsweek -The Star Onlineall 344 news articles »

Time Zimbabwe considers rand? - The Herald;

Time Zimbabwe considers rand? - The Herald

The HeraldTime Zimbabwe considers rand?The HeraldTHE shortage of US dollars besetting the economy has reignited debate on whether Zimbabwe should adopt the rand, as it emerged that cash in circulation was only $202 million against requirement of nearly a billion dollars.The debate is premised on the ...Forex priority for exporters – bankers 'Import business not sustainable'ChronicleMulti-tier pricing headacheThe Zimbabwe Standardall 4 news articles »

4 Indian firms pre-qualify for Byo power station upgrade tender - Chronicle;

4 Indian firms pre-qualify for Byo power station upgrade tender - Chronicle

Chronicle4 Indian firms pre-qualify for Byo power station upgrade tenderChronicleFOUR companies in India have pre-qualified for the tender to upgrade the Bulawayo Thermal Power Station. Last year, the Government announced it had secured $87 million lines of credit from India for the rehabilitation of Bulawayo Thermal Power Station.and more »

Pre-paid power users plunged into darkness - Chronicle;

Pre-paid power users plunged into darkness - Chronicle

ChroniclePre-paid power users plunged into darknessChronicleHUNDREDS of electricity users were left stranded at the weekend after cash power prepaid electricity selling points went offline countrywide. The network was down since Saturday morning, forcing customers to move from one selling point to the other ...and more »

Tesla is about to confront dueling best- and worst-case scenarios, and anything could happen - Business Insider;

Tesla is about to confront dueling best- and worst-case scenarios, and anything could happen - Business Insider

Business InsiderTesla is about to confront dueling best- and worst-case scenarios, and anything could happenBusiness InsiderIn the next six months, it will launch the $35,000 Model 3 mass-market car, and, over the course of 2017, the investment community will find out whether Elon Musk's company can live up to its new business model as a vertically integrated energy firm ...Could This Be A New Age Of Green Roofing?The Urban DeveloperCompanies to Gain from India's Solar BoomInvestopediaPeople power the solar revolutionEureka Street (registration)Investorplace.com -Moneyweb.co.za -InsideEVs -Electrekall 50 news articles »

Zesa tariffs dim Falgold prospects - The Zimbabwe Daily;

Zesa tariffs dim Falgold prospects - The Zimbabwe Daily

The Zimbabwe DailyZesa tariffs dim Falgold prospectsThe Zimbabwe DailySTRUGGLING gold mining concern, Falcon Gold (Falgold) has said it could have saved $12 million last year only from electricity charges had the power utility company, Zesa been implementing an equal tariff charge in the mining sector. Zesa has a ...and more »

Budget deficit races to $1,4 billion - The Zimbabwe Standard;

Budget deficit races to $1,4 billion - The Zimbabwe Standard

The Zimbabwe StandardBudget deficit races to $1,4 billionThe Zimbabwe StandardZimbabwe incurred a budget deficit of $1,4 billion in 2016 as government propensity to spend resulted in the economy eating more than it gathered, latest Treasury statistics have shown. BY NDAMU SANDU. Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa. In June 2016 ...Government overspent by 42.3pctNew Zimbabwe.comall 2 news articles »

Fierce fight over tycoons' 19 auctioned houses - The Zimbabwe Daily;

Fierce fight over tycoons' 19 auctioned houses - The Zimbabwe Daily

The Zimbabwe DailyFierce fight over tycoons' 19 auctioned housesThe Zimbabwe DailyA TOTAL of 19 upmarket houses in Bulawayo were sold on Friday after their owners failed to service loans, mostly to banking institutions. The houses, situated in the low-density suburbs such as Ilanda, Barham Green, Newton West, Parklands and Hillcrest ...and more »

China, others lift ban on meat imports in boost for Brazil - CNBC;

China, others lift ban on meat imports in boost for Brazil - CNBC

CNBCChina, others lift ban on meat imports in boost for BrazilCNBCChinalifted a ban on imports of meat from Brazilon Saturday after Brazilian authorities clarified details of a police investigation into alleged bribery of health inspectors, in a victory for President Michel Temer's efforts to stem damage from the ...Brazil breathes a sigh of relief as most meat export bans liftedFinancial TimesChina, two other key markets lift Brazil meat import banSouth China Morning PostBrazil meat scandal: China and others lift banBBC NewsBloomberg -The Straits Times -Jordan Times -The News Internationalall 75 news articles »

EU to discuss UK and US laptop bans on Middle East flights - The Guardian;

EU to discuss UK and US laptop bans on Middle East flights - The Guardian

The GuardianEU to discuss UK and US laptop bans on Middle East flightsThe GuardianA man puts his laptop inside his suitcase at Kuwait international airport. Photograph: Yasser Al-Zayyat/AFP/Getty Images. European Union. EU to discuss UK and US laptop bans on Middle East flights. European commission wants to know more about ...Laptop ban sparks ire among Mideast travelersArab NewsWhat you need to know about the airline electronics banWashington PostMaking sense of the laptop banTechCrunchSentinel-Tribune -Top Tech News -Mirror.co.uk -BBC Newsall 1,596 news articles »

MMCZ fraud case exposes Gudyanga, per sec awarded self allowances without meetings held - New Zimbabwe.com;

MMCZ fraud case exposes Gudyanga, per sec awarded self allowances without meetings held - New Zimbabwe.com

New Zimbabwe.comMMCZ fraud case exposes Gudyanga, per sec awarded self allowances without meetings heldNew Zimbabwe.comMINES ministry permanent secretary Francis Gudyanga, who dragged his two subordinates to court over $625 000 fraud allegations, was left stammering and fuming in the witness stand after his earnings were exposed. His subordinates, Richard Chingodza, ...and more »

POSB after tax-profit up 22pct - The Zimbabwe Daily;

POSB after tax-profit up 22pct - The Zimbabwe Daily

The Zimbabwe DailyPOSB after tax-profit up 22pctThe Zimbabwe DailyHARARE,– People's Own Savings Bank (POSB) reported a 22 percent increase in after-tax profit to $9,68 million in the full year to December on increased revenue and cost containment measures. Net interest income increased by 28 percent from $9,5 million ...and more »

Another giant to land at Vic Falls airport - Chronicle;

Another giant to land at Vic Falls airport - Chronicle

ChronicleAnother giant to land at Vic Falls airportChronicleATTENTION will once again turn to Victoria Falls this weekend when the new look international airport welcomes another giant player, Ethiopian Airways, on Sunday. The B737-800 New Generation with Sky Interior aircraft is expected to land at Victoria ...South African Airways adds capacity on Victoria Falls route with wide-body aircrafteTurboNewsall 2 news articles »

Deliver maize to GMB, VP Mnangagwa urges farmers - The Herald;

Deliver maize to GMB, VP Mnangagwa urges farmers - The Herald

The HeraldDeliver maize to GMB, VP Mnangagwa urges farmersThe HeraldVice President Emmerson Mnangagwa (right), Saint Noah Taguta(centre), Agriculture, Mechanisation and Irrigation Development Minister Dr Joseph Made (second from left) and Hurungwe West legislator Cde Keith Guzah(far left) assess a maize crop at ...and more »

ZOL launches FibroniksFast - The Herald;

ZOL launches FibroniksFast - The Herald

The HeraldZOL launches FibroniksFastThe HeraldLEADING internet service provider, ZOL Zimbabwe has launched a product whose speed, chief executive Denny Marandure, said brings internet speed that equals “a cheetah driving a Ferrari”. Mr Marandure said Zimbabwe cannot ignore the internet of things ...and more »