(Zim Mail) Government say it has secured a $3 million loan facility from the Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa to capacitate the growth of small to medium enterprises in the country. Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Small and Medium Enterprises and Co-operative Development Evelyn Ndlovu said this during the official opening of Aspirations Village in Gweru on Friday. Continue reading Gvt secures $3 million for small businesses
Bimha told FinX that Government had laid out enough policies, and only implementation would push growth in industry and the economic as a whole. He said high on the priority list is to push value addition and beneficiation as enshrined in the Zim Asset blueprint. Continue reading No policy pronouncement but 2015 a year of implementation: Bimha
Handloom Export Promotion Council (HEPC) under the Development Commissioner for Handlooms, Ministry of Textiles, Government of India invites the Zimbabwean business community to participate in the 5th Edition of India International Hand-woven Fair (IIHF), to be held from 11th to 13th March, 2015 at Chennai Trade Centre, Chennai, India. Continue reading India invites Zim business for trade Expo
Invitation to Suppliers
City Parking Pvt Limited is inviting applications from suppliers of goods and skills services for the suppliers’ register as listed below
- Uniform shoes, jerseys, hats, caps, reflective vests/jackets
- Cleaning Sanitation services. Pest control and Fumigation services
- Fire extinguishing equipment and gases
- Office furniture, Office renovations services
- Computers, computer consumables, hardware and accessories
- Printing and stationery
- Branding, signwriting
- Servicing of photocopiers, printing machines and supply of new machines
- Vehicle sales, Maintenance, alarm systems and Spares
- Plumbing, electricians, carpenters
FinX-The process of incorporating the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange into a private limited company is in progress following the repeal of the Act, which recognised the exchange as a statutory body.
The registration of the ZSE into a company completes the first stage of the demutualisation process. Continue reading Gvt repeals ZSE Act paving way for corporatisation of the exchange
(FinGaz) More than a month after introduction of bond coins, they are yet to circulate in Matabeleland. The bond coins which are meant to help the divisibility of US dollars into smaller denominations for change purposes was also aimed at correcting price anomalies. However, most retailers in Matabeleland said had not seen the special coins. Pricing in the region is mainly dominant in South African Rands.
Herald) Most of the tobacco crop is showing signs of distress due to excessive rains, raising fears that the country may not meet the 2015 target to produce 220 million kilograms. Total flue cured tobacco output last year amounted to 216 million kg, compared to 165,85 million kg produced in 2013. An official with the Tobacco Industry and Marketing Board said the volume of tobacco planted countrywide had not been ascertained. Continue reading Zim to miss tobacco production target
A local company is looking for warehousing space to rent on a long- term basis. The warehouse must be located in a secure area and should be between 1500 and 5000 square meters is size, with an open yard to allow free truck movement. An office or two inside or next to the warehouse would be ideal as well as the usual facilities, electricity (&back-up), water, firefighting etc.
It would be preferable to also have commodity handling services and equipment.
All interested can send emails to, firstname.lastname@example.org. Continue reading Local company looking for warehousing space to rent-Plus Daily Tenders
Zimbabwe Inflation data which came out last Friday shows that the year on year inflation for December 2014 as measured by all items CPI was -0.80 percent, after shedding 0.01 percentage points on the November rate of -0.78 percent.
This means that the rate of price increases continued to slowdown compared to the same period last year with an average of decline of 0.80 percentage points on prices of all items. Continue reading Zim 2014 inflation at -0.8% with worse outcome expected this year
(Dailynews) Zimbabwe Investment Authority (ZIA) and stakeholders last week agreed to slash company start up fees registration fees and the amount it takes to register a business in Zimbabwe, within the next three months. Currently it takes 91 days to register a new business in Zimbabwe at a cost of $1,515. The consensus was reached after a report by USAID, Nathan Associates, Continue reading Company registration fees slashed