BancABC Zim’s H1 profits rise to $3, 2m

HARARE – BancABC Zim posted a significant rise in profit after tax to $3, 2 million for the first half of this year from $200 000 in the prior comparable period.
Posted On 30 Aug 2017

Has South Africa’s labour movement become a middle class movement?

By Andries Bezuidenhout The South African labour landscape has undergone massive changes in the past few years that have left the country’s trade union movement almost unrecognisable from yesteryear.
Posted On 30 Aug 2017

NAM Science Indaba re-ignites GMOs debates

HARARE - The second Non-Aligned Movement Science and Technology Technical Meeting, which ended recently sparked a fresh wave of public interest in a longstanding controversial debate on genetically modified organisms (GMOs).
Posted On 30 Aug 2017

Draghi seen putting a lid on Euro as traders test pain threshold

The chances of verbal intervention from European Central Bank President Mario Draghi against the euro’s appreciation increased after the currency climbed to its strongest level in more than two years versus the dollar, according to foreign-exchange strategists.
Posted On 30 Aug 2017

Zim urged to exploit Chinese market

GWERU – Players in the agricultural sector  in Zimbabwe should take advantage of the huge investment opportunities in Chinese market, an envoy  said on Tuesday.
Posted On 30 Aug 2017

Equities continue in bullish form

HARARE – The local bourse’s mainstream Industrial Index extended its upward trend by adding 3.60 points to close at 232.02 as giant insurer Old Mutual gained $0, 0392 to close at $4, 0901.
Posted On 30 Aug 2017

Sibanye Stillwater dragged down by gold mines

Sibanye, which has changed its name to Sibanye Stillwater, swung deep into the red in the half-year to end-June, a result that had been widely flagged ahead of its results presentation on Wednesday.
Posted On 30 Aug 2017