By Shaun Smillie Photos: James Oatway From Jurassic Lake to the Farquhar Atoll, Ray Mutemeri’s magic has helped catch some monster fish. The Zimbabwean has never been to Jurassic Lake in Argentina, nor has he seen the milk-white sands of the Farquhar...
A project that aims to develop Zimbabwe’s biggest platinum mine has cleared a significant hurdle, with the African Export-Import Bank completing a due diligence study allowing it to proceed with a US$500 million syndicated funding program. While some work has...
Shares worth Z$3.43 billion were traded in Bindura Nickel Corporation (BNC) on Tuesday, as Mauritius-based commodity company Sotic International completed the takeover of Zimbabwe’s biggest nickel producer. The bulk deal comprised 22 trades in 926.8 million shares at 370 cents...
Zimbabwe wants to grow its mining sector to US$12 billion by 2023. However, words of caution and doubt by one of the country’s biggest investors shows that the country is yet to win over the big firms that the...
Zimbabweans used more data and made fewer calls during the second quarter of the year, a period that covered the COVID-19 lockdown, according to the latest quarterly report by the industry regulator. Mobile internet and data traffic was up 56.2%...
By Tendai Marima Dozens of green and yellow tractors, along with eight combine harvesters and other pieces of agricultural equipment were delivered to Zimbabwe in April as part of an audacious attempt to mechanise and modernise a farming industry currently...
Spear Capital, a Scandinavian private equity investment firm that holds minority stakes in various companies in Southern Africa, is invested in Zimbabwe dairy Dendairy and wholesaler Metro. The fund says it is tracking at least two possible new investments...
From a small factory at Chingoma Farm near Guruve, Zimbabwean chilli sauce maker Dr Trouble has begun exports to the United Kingdom, hoping to crack a sauce and condiments market forecast to grow to US$4 billion this year. Dr Trouble...
Gold is rallying globally and leading producers around the world are rubbing their hands in anticipation of a windfall. But unable to pay gold miners and hurt by a poor forex regime, Zimbabwe could yet again be missing out...
It shouldn’t have taken pressure from conservationists for the Zimbabwe government to ban mineral prospecting in the country’s largest game reserve. It should just be the law. Last week, the Bhejane Trust, which works with Zimbabwe’s National Parks and Wildlife...
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