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Celebrating Women-Achievers In Entrepreneurship

Linda is a 38-year old entrepreneur who has made a positive contribution to the lives of a whole community through her business. She started her business 15 years ago, selling traditional sisal mats and baskets to local and overseas markets. The products are made by rural women in the southern parts of Zimbabwebabwe. Through Linda’s distributorship, over 30 women earn …

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Record keeping vital for rural businesses

By Sifelani Tsiko RECORD keeping is considered by many entrepreneurs as one of the “least important” part of o perating a business. The “chero zvazvaita” kind of business mentality has led to the collapse of many black businesses in Zimbabwebabwe from as early as the 1930s up to now when business people have relative access to information. Inadequate record keeping …

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Attain economic independence, women urged

The Herald Zwe – Business Reporter WOMEN should be financially independent, so that they can clear obstacles that exclude them from participating in the mainstream economy, author Ms Faith Ntabeni-Bhebhe has said. Launching her book, “Financial Independence – Women Ultimate Empowerment” in Harare this week, she said women should focus on economically liberating themselves since everything in the world revolved …

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Glimpses Of Promise, But Zimbabwe Not Out Of Woods

by Tafirenyika Makunike I WRITE from Zimbabwe this week where I have been for more than a week. As always during all my visits in the last two or so years, things are looking up but it would be an exaggeration to say that we have turned the corner and are out of the woods. There are still way too …

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Women entrepreneurs must be suppported – Zimbabwebabwe Entrepreneurial Infrastructure Series

Africa’s economic independence aspirations require more women participants to be involved in business ownership and entrepreneurship. Normally innovation drives entrepreneurship which starts first with the vision then the mission which leads to the creation of a business. There is no natural law which excludes women in business but rather social construction and family values have served to exclude women from …

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