How CPA protects consumers

ICT enables consumers to access relevant and accurate information about products, services, prices, and consumer rights.
By Jacob Mutisi Sep. 22, 2023

Let the good times roll, let’s enjoy: Mthuli

In June, the Consumer Council of Zimbabwe (CCZ) said a family of six required ZWL$1 million a month to survive, up from ZWL$611 275 in April.
By Nizbert Moyo Sep. 19, 2023

Banks under pressure over charges

Banks charge between 1% and 2% for interbank transfers, internal transfers and bill payments among others.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Sep. 8, 2023

The odds were stacked against Chamisa on Aug 23

The Global Hunger Index, a peer-reviewed annual report, ranks conditions in Zimbabwe as “serious” and the 13th worst globally.
By Marko Phiri Aug. 27, 2023

Food basket shoots to $2,6m

The cost of health services has also jumped 135%.
By Miriam Mangwaya Aug. 7, 2023

Shops cash in on Zimdollar change shortage

The till operators, NewsDay heard, sometimes would buy groceries for themselves in-store using the excess funds from the change they withhold from the customers.
By Miriam Mangwaya Aug. 1, 2023

Family basket shoots to $1m

Yesterday, the Zimbabwe dollar further crashed to $3 555 from $2 577 against the US dollar, where the highest bid was at $4 100.
By Staff Reporter Jun. 7, 2023

We cannot control black market exchange rate: RBZ

Tundu said the central bank could not control what people chose when trading.
By Evans Mathanda Jun. 5, 2023

Are retailers dumping goods on the streets?

There are reports that some big retail shops are refusing to transact in the local currency citing various excuses, including malfunctioning point-of-sale machines.
By Miriam Mangwaya and Problem Masau May. 23, 2023