THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) is putting in place measures to allow Diaspora remittances after licencing 34 money transfer agencies by December 2015, deputy governor Kupukile Mlambo has said.
CABS expects its mortgage portfolio to grow by 32% in 2016 in line with rising demand from customers, an executive has said.
ZIMBABWE’S exports of leather products declined by 95% to $3,3 million in 2014 due to depressed economic activity in the cattle-rich southern region of the country, trade promotion agency ZimTrade has said.
PLATINUM giant, Zimplats, says the decline in metal prices on the international market has seriously affected operations in the white metal business.
The multi-million dollar Marondera solar project is taking shape following the recent visit to the project site by representatives of four selected Engineering Procurement Construction (EPC) contractors from Europe and Africa.
THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) will issue out a framework for financial literacy by the second quarter of this year as it moves to increase financial inclusion.
Blue-chip counters will dominate trade on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) in 2016 as they are the preferred choice by foreign investors, a research firm has said.
Farmers and other agricultural actors in developing countries are now realising that data, as in agricultural information, is more important than data bundles that are related to mobile airtime usage.
THE Bulawayo City Council (BCC)’s revenue collection in the year 2015 slightly increased by 3,4% to $72 million compared to the previous year despite a rise in default rate due to harsh economic environment haunting the country, latest council minutes show.
A UNITED NATIONS (UN) senior official has urged government to exercise fiscal discipline and continue in its engagement with international partners.