Despite heavy discounting Boxing Day sales ‘attracting fewer shoppers’

The number of people heading to the Boxing Day sales has fallen for the third.

Zimbabwe third quarter net revenue rises by over 22 pct

Zimbabwe’s net revenue for the third quarter of 2018 grew by 22.56 percent to some.

Gupta brother ‘threatened to kill’ top South African finance official

South Africa’s former Deputy Finance Minister Mcebisi Jonas has alleged that controversial businessman Ajay Gupta.

Zimbabwe edges back onto tourist map

Harare – Zimbabwe’s tourism sector is enjoying a rebound with visitors returning in hordes to.

Africa-India trade records 10-fold growth, report shows

Trade between Africa and India rose more than 10-fold between 2001 and 2014, making India.

Tobacco sales this season could easy cash crisis in Zimbabwe

By Beaven Dhliwayo HARARE – Latest data from the Tobacco Industry and Marketing Board on.

Seed Co Limited proposes 71 percent partial unbundling of Seed Co International

Harare – Seed Co Limited in a circular to shareholders on Tuesday said in order.

Zimbabwean businessman James Makamba could lose Sandhurst mansion Villa Royale

James Makamba’s sprawling Johannesburg property could soon be confiscated by Absa bank to recover a.

Zimbabwe negotiates wheat import deal with Canada

The Grain Millers Association of Zimbabwe (GMAZ) is set to finalise a 200 000 metric.

What is Boxing Day and how did it get its name?

London – In Britain and other countries like Australia and Canada, the day after Christmas.