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PVOs Bill will restrict civic space

History has shown that peri-urban farming can produce maize which can last an average family several months.
By AMH Voices Feb. 16, 2023

Of the RBZ monies to stockpile metal reserves

The RBZ will have the full discretion on which minerals to collect depending on the prevailing market prices and value of such assets.
By Vince Musewe Feb. 3, 2023

Road funding model begs relook

Zinara has, however, shot back at HCC accusing it of failing to account for the funds the roads authority has been disbursing to the local authority.
By Newsday Jan. 26, 2023

New Perspectives: Reflection on budget blues

An exasperated Treasury boss had to trim the 2023 budget bids by a whopping two thirds to come up with a 2023 National Budget of just under US$4 billion.
By Tapiwa Nyandoro Jan. 13, 2023

Budgeting the key to today’s entrepreneur

Businesses aren’t just about ideas; businesses are about execution.
By Francis Chitambira Dec. 19, 2022

Letters: Citizens must determine how govt distributes financial resources

The Primary and Secondary Education ministry had only utilised 44% of its total budget, by September 2022 it had used 52%, thereby leaving 48% of its allocated resources.
By AMH Voices Dec. 15, 2022

MPs push for wealth tax

A wealth tax is a tax on an entity’s holdings of assets that include cash, bank deposits, real estate, assets in insurance and pension plans.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Dec. 8, 2022

New perspectives: Pro-poor lens review of budget

The lack of sufficient full, productive and decent jobs is complicating efforts to end poverty.
By Prosper Chitambara Dec. 2, 2022

‘3,8% economic growth not feasible’

Ncube last Thursday said the 3,8% economic growth would be driven by mining, construction and agriculture
By Tapfumanei Muchabaiwa Dec. 2, 2022