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Forced Leave For Unvaccinated TelOne Employees

Landline phone and data service operator, TelOne, has directed its unvaccinated staff to go on leave with immediate and withdrew the Covid-19 allowance for all those the same category, as part mitigation measures against the spread of the deadly pandemic. Following the Government’s guidance to decongest public office space to …

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Afdis Registers 56pc Volumes Growth Backed By Gold Blend

Listed spirits and wines maker, African Distillers (Afdis), has recorded a 56 % volume growth backed by recently introduced Gold Blend Number 9 whisky among other factors. In a recent trading update for the period ended June 30 2021, Afdis company secretary, Lydiah Mutamuko said the company registered a volume …

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Zimbabwe Set To Lose US$25m If SA Riots Continue

The Zimbabwean economy will lose up to 25 million US dollars if the ongoing riots in South Africa continue for another week. This is according to Takunda Mugaga, president of the Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce (ZNCC). Speaking to the SABC in Harare, Mugaga said disruptions of routes into Zimbabwe …

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Tile Essentials Opens New Glamorous Showroom

By Robson Maenzanise Tile Essentials, run by shrewd businessman Spencer Madziya, is taking huge strides in the construction industry after successfully opening another high-end showroom in Eastlea despite the negative impact of Covid-19 on the Zimbabwean economy. The company, born out of Tiles For Africa, has become one of the …

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The Daily Sale Shop Brings Convenience To Shoppers

The Daily Sale Shop, owned by Bulawayo-based entrepreneur Kuda Manzanga has taken online shopping by storm. Running on the website, www.theweekendsale.shop, The Daily Sale Shop is one of the largest online shops in Zimbabwe with over 10 000 products across a wide range of commodities. It was launched in November …

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OK Supermarkets Turn Down USD Payments

Retail giant OK Zimbabwe is no longer accepting payments in United States dollars effective Saturday, Nhau has learnt. Nhau visited three different branches in Harare and witnessed those opting to pay with the greenback being turned away from the till points. An insider who preferred anonymity said their manager relayed …

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