Zim’s food security precarious: researchers

BMI, a Fitch Solutions Company which lowered its corn production forecast for the 2023/24 season to 1,4 million tonnes, said local food security remains precarious.
By Melody Chikono Feb. 25, 2024

Full stomachs are troublesome

Another way our patriots are showing commitment to the youth is to campaign for a man aged over 80 to stay in power for several more years.
By Muckracker Feb. 23, 2024

54% Zimbos unemployed: ZimStat

Zimbabwe Confederation of Public Sector Trade Unions chairperson, David Dzatsunga, said the latest figures were worrying.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Feb. 21, 2024

Redollarisation in full swing

The latest statistics are reflective of the situation on the ground, although independent experts say the figure could be higher given that the informal sector shuns the local currency.
By Newsday Feb. 12, 2024

Economy edges towards full dollarisation

The Zimdollar has been depreciating sharply against major currencies on low confidence. The depreciation has pushed up the prices of basic commodities.

Editorial comment: Economic wheels coming off

The civil servants have already indicated that they want the least paid to get US$800 monthly. Government will obviously say it has no resources. 
By Newsday Feb. 8, 2024

Our figures are correct, says ZimStat

ZimStat was reacting to concerns raised over the accuracy of mortality figures collected during the 2022 Population and Housing Census.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Feb. 8, 2024

Is hyperinflation crisis back again?

Without decisive action, the country risks further economic deterioration and social unrest given a looming drought which is poised to further weigh down on the economy in the country and the region.
By Tinashe Duma Feb. 2, 2024

Editorial: Rising food poverty cause for concern

The Zimbabwe National Statistics Agency (ZimStat) has highlighted in its latest report the grave situation confronting us.
By Newsday Feb. 1, 2024