Schweppes Zim to build new tomato puree plant in 2017

HARARE – Schweppes Zimbabwe says it is targeting to build an additional tomato puree plant in 2017 to boost its output, and to enhance its exports into the region.Currently Schweppes Zim’s exports of tomato puree into the region are at 20 percent.
Posted On 20 Nov 2017

Equities open week with an even bigger loss

HARARE – The ZSE’s mainstream Industrial Index slumped by a further 45.34 points (or 10, 48 percent) to end at 387.38 as giant insurer Old Mutual led the fallers, shedding $2, 2500 to close at $9, 2500, while SeedCo came off $0, 5368 to $2, 1475 while cement producer PPC...
Posted On 20 Nov 2017

Parastatals make progress in setting up call centres

HARARE – A basic rule of thumb in customer relationship management (CRM) is that the customer experience should be as important in the public sector as the private sector.
Posted On 17 Nov 2017

Equities in even bigger loss than yesterday

HARARE – The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange’s mainstream Industrial Index lost a hefty 55.21 points to close at 432.72 as heavyweight counters lost ground.
Posted On 17 Nov 2017

ART’s Eversharp to start manufacturing books

Mapakame HARARE – Listed paper and packaging group Amalgamated Regional Trading (ART) subsidiary Eversharp will start an exercise book manufacturing project as it bridges the gap in the industry.
Posted On 17 Nov 2017

Industrials fall by huge 7, 4pc

The ZSE’s mainstream Industrial Index lost a significant 39.34 points (or 7, 46 percent) to close at 487.93 in trading mainly dominated with losses.
Posted On 16 Nov 2017

CAFCA profit jumps 73pc

BH24 Reporter — HARARE – Zimbabwe Stock Exchange-listed CAFCA’s after-tax-profit jumped by a significant 73 percent to $726 213 for the year ended September 30, on the back of increased sales volumes.
Posted On 16 Nov 2017

Industry reduces raw material imports

HARARE – The local manufacturing sector says there has been a decline in raw materials sourced locally as companies continue to grapple foreign currency challenges increasing industry’s over-reliance on imports.
Posted On 16 Nov 2017

Could Zimbabweans be witnessing the end of cash?

BH24 Reporter — HARARE – Cash is freedom. It’s free, and is completely owned by the one who has it at that particular moment. Electronic money? Perhaps not so much…
Posted On 16 Nov 2017

Zim inflation rises to 2, 24pc

BH24 Reporter — HARARE – Zimbabwe’s annual inflation rose by 1, 46 percent to 2, 24 percent in October, the Zimbabwe National Statistical Agency (ZimStats) says.
Posted On 15 Nov 2017