Are Africa’s creditors benefiting from the continent’s crises?

Also, the DSSI is temporary and not a targeted instrument, and many private creditors have declined to participate in this initiative.
By Zvikomborero Sibanda Mar. 28, 2024

HCC suspensions expose heated tussling

The eight officers were suspended pending disciplinary hearings on allegations of extorting money from motorists they arrested for traffic violations.
By Kenneth Nyangani Feb. 1, 2024

Industry frets over suspension of import duty

Government last week suspended import duty and import VAT on maize meal, rice, milk, flour, salt, cooking oil, petroleum jelly, toothpaste, bath soap and washing powder
By Priveledge Gumbodete May. 15, 2023

Africa’s debt conundrum

Total African external public debt reached US$726 billion in 2021, up US$27 billion on the previous year, a fairly modest 3% increase.
By Neil Ford Nov. 16, 2022

‘Zim needs to monitor its borrowings’

This comes at a time when the country is struggling to settle public debts in excess of US$19 billion.
By Melody Chikono Oct. 14, 2022

Masvingo lecturers in bribery storm

The suspension is meant to pave way for investigations.
By Kenneth Nyangani Sep. 16, 2022