Articles tagged 'denford mutashu'

'Prices will not go up' 21 January 2019 HARARE - Retailers have promised that prices will not be going up as long as government expedites the rebate system which provides tax relief to registered businesses. This comes after people besieged retail shops engaging in panic buying after retailers opened their doors to the public follow...
Uniform prices go up yet again 4 January 2019 HARARE - Prices of school uniforms have gone up once again ahead of the beginning of the first term for the 2019 calendar year on Tuesday. Confederation of Zimbabwe Retailers president Denford Mutashu told the Daily News yesterday that the price increases were a result of the steep cost of acc...
Zimbabwe prepares for a tough 2019 31 December 2018 HARARE - Business leaders and analysts have warned that the country's deepening economic rot will continue to ravage long-suffering Zimbabweans in 2019 — amid dire predictions that the first quarter of the new year will be particularly difficult, the Daily News can report. [Adz] [GoogleAd] ...
'Reduce prices or face the music' 26 November 2018 HARARE - Confederation of Zimbabwe Retailers (CZR) president  Denford Mutashu has urged businesses and retailers to take heed of President Emmerson Mnangagwa's call to reduce prices. On Saturday, Mnangagwa told Zanu PF supporters at a “Thank you” rally in Murombedzi that danger is drawing clos...
Festive season shaping up well 19 November 2018 HARARE - In a development that bodes well for the festive season, retailers say they are now operating at near full capacity after a turbulent few weeks which saw panicking Zimbabweans besieging supermarkets for basic consumer goods. The panic buying had been triggered by the government's intr...
Zim shops run empty 16 October 2018 HARARE - Many retail outlets — especially in urban areas — are running empty following the recent panic-buying of basic goods by fearful Zimbabweans who were unsettled by government's much-criticised new economic stabilisation measures. The new policy measures did not only trigger a dramatic c...
Zim retail outlets run empty 16 October 2018 HARARE - Many retail outlets — especially in urban areas — are running empty following the recent panic-buying of basic goods by fearful Zimbabweans who were unsettled by government's much-criticised new economic stabilisation measures. [Adz] [GoogleAd]
Zim business confidence down 20 December 2017 HARARE - Business confidence in Zimbabwe was at an all-time low in the third quarter as a result of political uncertainty, poor economic performance, policy confusion and a general lack of leadership, a Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries latest survey shows. The composite business confidence...
Profiteering culture must stop, now 19 December 2017 HARARE - Hard-pressed Zimbabweans have once again been hit by a wave of massive price increases. According to a snap survey by this paper, prices of basic commodities — rice, chicken and beef, among many other needs — have gone haywire, rising by between two and 125 percent within a month. ...
Consumer goods prices continue to soar 6 December 2017 HARARE - Zimbabwe consumer prices are surging as basics mark their fastest rise this year, with experts blaming the rise on profiteering by retailers. The price of beef soared month-on-month to $7,50 per kg this month from an average of $4,50 in October 2016. The price of table eggs surge...
Magaya accuser confesses 18 September 2014 HARARE - Denford Mutashu, the man who accused Prophetic Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries leader, Walter Magaya of having an illicit sexual relationship with his wife, has openly confessed about his $500 000 demand. Mutashu yesterday appeared at a PHD midweek service in Harare where he ...
Magaya accuser chickens out 17 September 2014 HARARE - Walter Magaya, the Prophetic Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries leader,  has escaped a $500 000 adultery lawsuit after Denford Mutashu withdrew accusations that he committed adultery with his wife. After Mutashu sued for adultery damages, his wife Memory Nomsa Ruvazhe deposited ...