William Makomo BREAKING: The recently fired Minister Fortune Chasi faces arrest as new details on why Mnangagwa fired him emerge. Former Energy and Power Development Minister Fortune Chasi is alleged to be using political proponents opposed to President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration to divert attention from suspected corruption cases which will likely see him being arrested. Chasi was recently fired from government over conduct inconsistent with … Continue reading Former Energy Minister faces arrest
Since most businesses already refer to incoterms when they do cross border trade, they also include them by default when doing city-to-city local deliveries. This is perfectly fine in most cases, however both buyer and seller must be clear on their costs and obligations. Continue reading Can Incoterms be used for domestic deliveries?
William Makomo The National Airline spokesperson, Firstme Vitorri announces the resumption of services by the flag carrier following the Government’s decision from the 23rd of September, 2020. In an official announcement by Air Zimbabwe spokesperson, the Airline shall embark on both domestic and regional flights. Effective Wednesday 23, morning and evening flights shall feature Harare-Bulawayo and Victoria Falls-Harare mornings and return trips in the evenings … Continue reading Air Zimbabwe opens to the skies
Edsurge Media (Publishers of The Freight Forwarders Magazine) embrace the launch of their first publication before end of September, 2020 to mark their entrance into the main stream news industry. Speaking to the media founding editor William Makomo said that they were here to transform the freight landscape and the entire industry should brace for a positive disruption. Continue reading The New Kid in the freight industry
Business and the entire transport industry embrace the launch of “THE FREIGHT FORWARDERS MAGAZINE”, set before end of September, 2020. The new platform will focus on freight-related news, insights and business. The magazine shall also have a wider coverage as an enabler for advertisers to push their brands and sharing first hand information on all transport related news. Watch this space… Continue reading The Freight Forwarders Magazine set to launch
By Simon Scarr and Marco Hernandez PUBLISHED AUG. 21, 2020 The Japanese-owned bulk carrier that ran aground off Mauritius and spilled oil over pristine waters and fragile coral reefs diverted from a regular shipping lane more than 100 kilometres from impact, data from a maritime analysis firm showed. The MV Wakashio struck a coral reef on Mauritius’s southeast coast on July 25 and later began leaking oil. Two of the … Continue reading How Japanese bulk oil carrier strayed from shipping lane before disaster struck
William Makomo At least 95% of all South-North-bound trucks which had previously defected to Botswana had once again resumed the Zimbabwe transit hub congesting Beitbridge and Chirundu border posts, a development which has been welcomed by the Shipping and Freight Forwarding Agents Association of Zimbabwe (SFAAZ). “Corona virus has brought positives to the Shipping and Freight Forwarding industry in Zimbabwe. The majority of our members, … Continue reading Closure of Botswana borders pays dividends to Zim Freight Forwarders
When COVID-19 hit Africa, our initial response was to safeguard our employees by following the guidelines set by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the governments of countries we operate in, such as providing hand sanitisers and working from home. Alongside these measures, we were charged with securing the essential goods for the millions of Africans that rely on our service. We began speaking to … Continue reading Keeping Africa moving: How one logistics company is responding to COVID-19
Covid-19 has wrecked the entire industry in Zimbabwe, Africa and world over resulting in rampant effects to the movement of goods and services across country borders calling for the Freight Industry to focus on freight technologies. Continue reading The future of the Freight Industry in Zimbabwe.
“On the 5th of April 2020, we moved our company to a fully remote team in response to the COVID-19 threat. As the CEO of a company, I see zero people on my team every single day, but work is flowing.” Those are the words of the Chief Editor of Edsurge Media, William Makomo who is taking action and doing what’s best for employees. “Here … Continue reading Covid-19 Virtual Work Plans