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Demystifying the new inflation statistic

IN a recent move by the government to address inflation, Zimbabwe adopted blended inflation as its official inflation statistic through Statutory Instrument (SI) 27 of 2023
By Tinashe Duma Mar. 10, 2023

National beef cattle herd registers 2% increase

It noted that farmers in Mashonaland East and West provinces were in a herd-rebuilding drive after being affected by theileriosis.
By Freeman Makopa Mar. 10, 2023

In-Depth Interview: Basera’s bold plan to transform agric

The sector contributes significantly to Zimbabwe’s annual export earnings, mainly accounted for by tobacco, cotton, horticultural products.
By Freeman Makopa Feb. 24, 2023

Road construction boon for Tongogara

Gokwe and Murewa have since been elevated to towns, thanks to their booming agricultural sectors and apt road networks.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Jan. 29, 2023

Political parties must behave this time around

For a country whose literacy levels rank among Africa’s highest, it is shocking that belligerence has for long been allowed to overshadow peace during polls.
By Newsday Jan. 20, 2023

Travelling & Touring: Travelling and touring in retrospect

Brisk business was reported in most tourist-related destinations as hives of activity were prevalent at various lodges and hotels across Zimbabwe which is dubbed a world of wonders.
By Burzil Dube Jan. 8, 2023

Zim economic outlook (I)

According to Bloomberg’s 2023 compilation of global economic outlook reports, no other year has had such high expectations for a recession like this year.
By Tafara Mtutu Jan. 6, 2023

Nigeria to pay $4 bln extra in 2023 if lawmakers reject loan bond swap president

Rising debt, weak economic growth, high inflation and mounting insecurity are major issues for many Nigerian voters.
By Reuters Jan. 3, 2023

Infrastructure investment, economic growth

Piggy notes that several economic theories explain the impact of the investment in infrastructure on economic growth and development.
By Batanai Matsika Dec. 23, 2022