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Corporate governance in microfinance in Zimbabwe

This is not the only institution that has been found wanting in corporate governance practices in Zimbabwe’s microfinance sector.
By Beatrice Moyo Feb. 25, 2023

Business vs financial literacy

Instead of demonising the informal economy, policymakers, financial institutions and researchers can benefit a lot from investing in this vibrant socio-economic ecosystem.
By Charles Dhewa Feb. 7, 2023

Banks battle NPLs surge

A non-performing loan (NPL) is a sum of borrowed money, whose scheduled payments have not been made by the debtor for a period of time – usually 90 or 180 days.
By Kudzai Kuwaza Jan. 6, 2023

ZHRC under global spotlight

ZHRC commissioner Elasto Mugwadi made the disclosure last week during the unveiling of the commission’s new Bulawayo office.
By Nizbert Moyo Dec. 12, 2022

Promising avenues for funding African mass markets

Bureaucracy in loan processing In countries like Zimbabwe, it takes at least three weeks to a month for a bank loan application to be processed.
By Charles Dhewa Dec. 6, 2022

Rights Bill to be aligned to Constitution

The ZHRC is mandated to promote the protection, development and attainment of human rights and freedoms at all levels of society.
By Problem Masau Nov. 16, 2022

Strengthening private health service should also be seriously considered

If the country is to outcompete other African countries on health service delivery, a strong primary healthcare should be established.
By Johannes Marisa Nov. 10, 2022

Where are Zim universities getting it wrong?

The engineering and technology sector has a deficit of around 96% (National Skills Audit Report quoted in the 2019 National budget statement).
By Langton Mutoya Oct. 16, 2022

Informal sector needs recognition

Formal training plays an important role in skills development in Zimbabwe, but it has some serious limitations.
By The Independent Oct. 14, 2022