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Disgruntled chrome miners meet govt over poor prices

The meeting was chaired by Mines ministry chief director Mercy Manyuchi last week.
By Julia Ndlela Sep. 2, 2022

Feature: Horrors of high unemployment

For Vushe, the day starts off, bright and early, like any formally employed Zimbabwean.
By Julia Ndlela Sep. 9, 2022

Looting fears mount ...as markets digest gold fee hike

Several estimates have indicated that up to US$100 million was being spirited out of the domestic market monthly, through smuggling.
By Julia Ndlela Mar. 24, 2023

Retail chain Choppies fights embarrassing Gweru eviction

Africa Flea Market is cited as first respondent, with the Sheriff of the High Court cited as the second respondent.
By Julia Ndlela Aug. 4, 2023

‘Zim economic policies breeding investor scepticism’

VFEX is an alternative stock exchange established in 2020 as a subsidiary of the main Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE), operating out of the Victoria Falls Special Economic Zone.
By Julia Ndlela Aug. 7, 2023

Feature: Lawfare undermining Zim election legitimacy

Lawfare is defined as the misuse of legal systems and principles against an opponent to damage or delegitimise them.
By Julia Ndlela Aug. 18, 2023

Doubts abound over Zim poll credibility

Mnangagwa has preached peace in church gatherings and at his star rallies countrywide.

Father Mukonori warns against post-poll violence

The last election held in 2018 saw Mnangagwa beating then MDC Alliance president Chamisa by a razor-thin margin.
By Julia Ndlela and Tanyaradzwa Kapuru Aug. 25, 2023

Potraz appeals to govt on US$ pricing

The country’s telecommunication sector has been facing a serious pricing headache on the back of a biting hyperinflation and an unstable macroeconomic environment.
By Julia Ndlela Sep. 3, 2023

How Beijing’s taxi system can help Harare

Speaking to the Zimbabwe Independent during a recent tour of Beijing, a Chinese official said the use of taxis has been effective in decongesting metropole.
By Julia Ndlela Oct. 6, 2023

‘Defaulting govt risks isolation by contractors’

Zimbabwe’s government has turned to domestic contractors to carry out important assignments after encountering problems internationally due to a high country risk.
By Julia Ndlela Oct. 6, 2023

Turnall profit rises 308%

The firm reported ZW$2,6 billion in profit after tax during the same period in 2022.
By Julia Ndlela Oct. 6, 2023

Deep fissures rock CCC

Details emerging this week are that the opposition party’s old guard is burning the midnight candle plotting to oust party president Nelson Chamisa.
By Sydney Kawadza and Julia Ndlela Oct. 13, 2023

Mining bosses under probe as looters ‘capture’ Midlands

Some of the reports have been published by the Office of the Auditor-General.
By Julia Ndlela Oct. 13, 2023

Cotton cartels prey on Cottco growers

According to Munyaradzi Chikasha, chief operating officer at Cottco, some farmers have been attracted to the cash, and are engaging in  side-marketing.
By Vincent Mungofa and Julia Ndlela Oct. 13, 2023

Leave a lasting legacy, ED urged

Kenias Mafukidze said Mnangagwa needs to start working on uplifting the country’s standards to attain the 2030 upper-middle income status.
By Julia Ndlela Oct. 17, 2023

Foreign currency deposits rise 433% to US$1,6 billion

The central bank chief also said Zimbabwe’s financial system’s stability had improved in the post Covid-19 pandemic period.
By Julia Ndlela Oct. 20, 2023

Stanbic scoops top award

The survey, one of Southern Africa’s best analysis of banking systems, is run by the Independent in partnership with First Capital Bank.
By Julia Ndlela Oct. 20, 2023

Zim youths flee in droves

According to the IOM report, 55% of people leaving the country were from Matabeleland South, followed by Beitbridge with 49%.
By Tanyaradzwa Kapuru and Julia Ndlela Oct. 20, 2023

Bikita mine death raises stink

Bikita Minerals spokesperson Collin Nikisi had not responded to questions sent to him at the time of going to print.
By Julia Ndlela Oct. 24, 2023

‘Education standards have dropped’

He said Zimbabwe should leverage its resources to break away from the dependency syndrome.
By Julia Ndlela Oct. 27, 2023

‘Timeous audit reports enhance accountability’

During her tenure, Chiri was not popular with most government departments as her office periodically exposed rampant graft in those institutions.
By Julia Ndlela Nov. 3, 2023

Top hotelier wins lifetime award

Trythings Mutyandasvika, who has since moved to Sterling Group of Hotels as general manager (GM), was honoured last Friday by Zimbabwe CEO Network.
By Julia Ndlela Nov. 3, 2023

Harare dominates handball championships

The two-day tournament featured clubs from across the country and attracted 13 men’s teams and 12 women’s teams.
By Julia Ndlela Nov. 5, 2023

FEATURE: Zim psychiatric hospitals, facilities overwhelmed

The investigation showed that some hospitals were now turning patients away.
By Julia Ndlela and Gamuchirai Nyamuziwa Nov. 10, 2023

Harare council, Geo-Pomona Geogenix find common ground

In an interview with the Independent, Nguwaya said they were working together with the City of Harare.
By Julia Ndlela Nov. 10, 2023

Chinese embassy donates to children’s home

Zhou said Chinese relations with Zimbabwe extended beyond political, economic and trade co-operation.
By SHARON ZEBRA and Julia Ndlela Nov. 15, 2023

SA firm opens doors for Zim lithium sector

Zimbabwe holds some of the world's largest reserves of hard rock lithium, a vital mineral in the production of clean energy technologies.
By Julia Ndlela Nov. 17, 2023

Hospitality sector records increase in investment

In an interview with NewsDay Business, Chimba said the industry had recorded investment in properties, with affordable prices in the guest houses and accommodation sector.
By Julia Ndlela Nov. 24, 2023

Zim Actuarial Consultants rebrands

In a notice, ZGA announced that they were thrilled to share the news of their rebranding, which reflects dedication to offering creative and client-centred solutions.
By Julia Ndlela Nov. 24, 2023