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Garlic exports a golden opportunity for Zim farmers

Zimbabwean garlic farmers have been urged to increase exports riding on the growth of the global market, which has expanded to US$2,48bn from US$500m in the past two decades, according to ZimTrade. The...

Zest Weg in Zimbabwe ethanol expansion

Zest WEG is supplying a TGM planetary gearbox with a WEG variable speed drive (VSD) and a WEG medium voltage motor for a mill expansion by Green Fuel, Zimbabwe’s leading producer...

‘Opportunity for SA to increase grain exports to Zimbabwe’

News that Zimbabwe’s government has significantly relaxed import and pricing controls on staple foodstuffs, is an opportunity for South Africa to increase exports of maize and wheat to its neighbour, according...

Zimbabwe plans to pay $10 million to South Africa’s Eskom by the end of...

Zimbabwe’s government expects to pay $10 million to South African state power firm Eskom by the end of Monday, Zimbabwean Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube said. Zimbabwe, which is grappling with severe power...

Ramaphosa demands conducive environment for SA investors in Zimbabwe

President Cyril Ramaphosa has asked for the elimination of trade barriers and a conducive investment climate for South African companies investing in Zimbabwe. Ramaphosa is currently in Zimbabwe for a Bi-National Commission...

Here’s why South Africa turned down Zimbabwe’s request for $1.2 billion loan in December

South Africa turned down a request from its southern African neighbour Zimbabwe for a $1.2 billion loan in December, a spokesman for the finance ministry said on Monday. “South Africa doesn’t have...

7 things you need to know today

This is all the latest business news that you need to know today: 1. Steinhoff woes continue to pile up in Europe Troubled retailer Steinhoff International’s woes continue to pile up as one...

South Africa is on the path to becoming another Zimbabwe – and may require...

American think-tank, the Cato Institute, has published a warning of the possible effects that expropriating privately-owned farmland may have on South Africa. In the post published on Monday (20 August), the institute’s Marian...

Zimbabwe government tells its citizens in SA it’s time to come home

Consul-general Henry Mukonoweshuro believes the multitudes who fled Mugabe need to rebuild the bread basket of Africa. The new dispensation in Harare needs the buy-in and investment of millions of...

Export Week drives home localisation

The 21st of October marked the final day of Export Week in Durban, which was a signature event sponsored by TIKZN. With a jam-packed programme and many high profile speakers sharing...

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The City of Cape Town’s Mayoral Committee Members for Urban Waste Management and Energy visited the Coastal Park landfill Tuesday, 27 February 2024, to...

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