Articles tagged 'bakers inn'

Housewife wins C-Class Merc 6 February 2018 HARARE - A Zimre Park housewife was overwhelmed with joy after winning a brand-new Mercedes Benz C-Class vehicle in the Bakers Inn’s “Buy and Win” promotion. Linda Koronariyo won the top prize at the final draw which the listed confectionary giant — Innscor Africa’s subsidiary — Bakers Inn held ...
Baker's Inn sales up 22pc 31 January 2018 HARARE - Baker's Inn has projected a 22 percent growth in sales this year due to the company’s aggressive marketing campaign. The bread maker’s financial director Mandla Nkosi said Baker’s Inn Buy and Win Promotion was a trump card on the anticipated increased sales. “Last year we achieved ...
Price of bread shoots up 17 December 2017 HARARE – Consumers have been dealt yet another hammer blow after the price of bread went up by 10 percent yesterday. The sharp rise in the price of bread comes as Zimbabweans are preparing for the festive season, which kicks off this week. In a letter dated December 15, 2017, Innscor Africa...
Bakers Inn to open $2m factory in Byo 26 July 2017 HARARE - Simbisa Brands’ bakery unit, Bakers Inn, says it has invested about $2 million in a new factory in the country’s second largest city — Bulawayo — as it moves to drive its 450 000 loaves per day output. Bakers Inn chief executive, Ngoni Mazango, said the move had been prompted by bread...
Baker's Inn ramps up production 7 April 2017 HARARE - Simbisa Brands bread-making subsidiary, Baker’s Inn, has ramped capacity utilisation to 65 percent and is now selling almost three million loaves per week. The company’s chief executive, Ngoni Mazango, said his organisation increased bread output by over 200 000 loaves a day in the la...
House maid wins car 3 December 2016 MUTARE - A woman employed in domestic service the leafy Morningside suburb here was overwhelmed after emerging the winner of brand-new VW Polo in the Bakers Inn’s “Buy and Win” promotion. Emelda Kazembe won the top price following a draw which the listed confectionary giant Innscor Africa’s su...
Baker's Inn plans $50m capex 17 July 2015 HARARE - Innscor Africa Limited (Innscor)’s bakery division Baker’s Inn will by year end have spent up to $50 million in capital expenditure as part of efforts to boost operational efficiencies. Baker’s Inn chief operating officer Ngoni Mazango yesterday said that apart from adding new product...
Ex-Lobels boss joins Innscor 21 May 2015 HARARE - Former Lobels chief executive — Ngoni Mazango — has joined rivals Innscor Africa Limited (Innscor) as chief operating officer for its bakery division, Business Live has established. Mazango, a seasoned executive credited with turning around the fortunes of Lobels, recently left the co...
Bakers Inn in drive to donate sports kit 2 April 2014 HARARE - Pastry confectioners Bakers Inn has launched a school sports initiative that will see primary and secondary schools being assisted with sporting kits. Ketan Patel, the Bakers Inn brand and marketing executive, told the Daily News that the program will mostly benefit schools in high de...
Bakers fall on hard times 9 March 2014 HARARE - Zimbabwean bakers are financially distressed with most of them producing at way below capacity, the National Bakers Association of Zimbabwe (NBAZ) says. Givemore Mesoemvura, the association’s president, said while the bread price has remained unchanged at $1 per loaf since dollarisati...
Innscor scales down bakeries 9 March 2014 HARARE - Listed diversified group, Innscor Africa Limited (Innscor), is scaling down its bakeries due to depressed demand in the retail sector. Its chairperson, David Morgan, said the group’s confectionery division produced disappointing results in the half year to December 2013, with volumes ...
Macheso triggers bread 'rush' 31 August 2013 HARARE - Two Chinhoyi supermarkets recorded brisk business selling bread after Bakers Inn brand ambassador Alick Macheso, made surprise courtesy calls on Thursday. After learning that they stood to get an extra loaf and an autograph from the sungura star, many Chinhoyi residents thronged OK an...