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Workers’ Unions Blast Zesa

Workers’ unions representing Zesa Holdings employees yesterday hit out at the power utility’s management, saying their threat to increase electricity tariffs by 6 percent is a ploy to get public sympathy for corruption and ineptitude. The workers threatened a collective job action countrywide to force...
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Air Cargo Exports Up 5 Percent

ZIMBABWE’S air cargo exports have grown 5 percent since 2012, mainly driven by fresh produce, Aviation Ground Services managing director Mr Caleb Mudyawabikwa said. The country’s air cargo terminal handled 9 million kg in 2012, 9,8 million kg a year later and 10 million kg...
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Zesa Must Audit Cost Structure

Zesa is in a mess, partly of its own making and partly from the need to upgrade existing power stations and build new ones. And it wants us to pay more so that it can climb out of its financial woes. Tariff increases were certain...
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Brokers See Red Over U.S $1 Million Project

The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange will move away from the Central Business District this half of the year following the purchase of a residential building by the secretariat, in a transaction which major shareholders – the stockbrokers – are not happy with. ZSE bought the house...
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