Three missions from a World Bank-administered trust fund are in the country to help Zimbabwe improve its business environment climate, support reform of State-owned enterprises and efforts to strengthen the poverty and equity focus of public spending.
State-owned mobile operator NetOne has unveiled new data packages, as it intensifies its push to lure more subscribers on the network.
In December 2016, the Monthly Financial Sector Bulletin (MFSB), completed three years of uninterrupted monitoring of new product initiatives in the financial sector.
ECONET Wireless Zimbabwe plans to raise $130 million in capital through a rights offer of ordinary shares and linked debentures in order to facilitate the servicing of obligations to its foreign lenders, according to an abridged circular to shareholders.
Harare — After Southern Africa’s worst drought in more than 35 years ravaged crops and sent food prices soaring, farmers are battling a new crisis: alien armyworms.
Listed beverage producer, Delta Beverages, is currently operating at between 40% and 60% of its capacity due to a decline in demand for its products witnessed since 2013, an official has said.
Labour and Economic Development Research Institute of Zimbabwe (Ledriz) has projected a further deterioration in Zimbabwe’s macro-economic environment due to lack of structural reforms as well as fiscal adjustments.
Many rural African communities have seen development programmes and business models come and go. What has kept these communities alive is their invisible advantages in the form of local culture. A community’s culture is basically a collection of unwritten rules, norms and values that influence people’s behaviour.
Beverages manufacturer, Delta Corporation has seen its revenue down 10% in the third quarter ended December 31, 2016, due to suppressed demand and shortages caused by water supply disruptions.
Zimbabwe’s national budget can surpass the $10 billion mark if the country fully exploits chrome and gold mineral deposits, Speaker of Parliament Jacob Mudenda has said.