“Train people well enough so they can leave. Treat them well enough so they don’t want to – Richard Branson”

“Train people well enough so they can leave. Treat them well enough so they don’t want to – Richard Branson”

By Chester Dimairho Every human being craves to be appreciated, celebrated and remembered for something they did, even if they are not paid for it. Dale Carnegie, in his book How to Win Friends and Influence People, wrote a very funny story, which is instructive on human behaviour. He got himself a number of rabbits and realized that he would have a hard time feeding them, rabbits eat a lot!!! This is what he did to solve his problem. He called the boys in the neighbourhood and told them that…

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Agriculture stakeholders implored to take advantage of AfCFTA

Agriculture stakeholders implored to take advantage of AfCFTA

By Varaidzo Zhakata THE Zimbabwe Farmers Union (ZFU) has challenged players in the agricultural sector to fully engage the African Continent Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) to aid the economy’s rejuvenation, through trade and increase food sustainability. ZFU executive director, Paul Zakariya, highlighted that the intra-African trade poses a high possibility for reviving the agricultural sector by increasing its access to markets. “The ACFTA is a huge opportunity for our agriculture to grow in leaps and bounds. This means that access to markets is guaranteed and intra-African trade is made easier….

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NMBZ’s inflation-adjusted total income records 42% growth

NMBZ’s inflation-adjusted total income records 42% growth

By Ruvimbo Chatyoka Banking firm, NMBZ Holdings Limited has recorded a 42 percent (%) growth in inflation-adjusted total income for the 3-months ended 31 March 2021, compared to the corresponding period in 2020. The Bank’s inflation-adjusted regulatory capital as of 31 March 2021 was ZW$4.1 billion compared to ZW$2.5 billion for the prior year and is above the minimum required regulatory capital of ZW$25 million. This translated to a Capital Adequacy Ratio of 31.59%, as of 31 March 2021 (31 December 2020 – 39.51%), was significantly above the prescribed regulatory…

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Robson’s “It Takes Two” to premiere in London, Lagos

Robson’s “It Takes Two” to premiere in London, Lagos

By Edward Mukaro UNITED Kingdom-based actor, producer and film director, Daniel Ndlara Robson, dubbed Zimbabwe’s own Tyler Perry, has struck gold after the successful shoot of “It Takes Two”, in Lagos and London, respectively, as news of the film’s premiere slated for this summer in both cities. Filmed under Netflix quality standards, It Takes Two has generated a high buzz and huge interest on the international entertainment scene and of course among the general public, media and various business organisations. Commenting on his experience in Nigeria on the shoot of…

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