Pension funds under fire
We that concerned about the issue of expenses.
By Melody Chikono Jun. 2, 2023
Zim’s only toothpaste maker faces closure
To preserve the brand on the local market, Colgate continues to distribute goods in Zimbabwe from its centralised production facility in South Africa.
By Mthandazo Nyoni May. 28, 2023
Scrapping of duty on basics to trigger a domino effect
Economists said embattled industries would be pushed out of markets by cheaper South African and Zambian imports
By Tinashe Kairiza May. 19, 2023
AfDB to assist govt compensate white farmers
AfDB is working with the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development on the instrument.
By Melody Chikono May. 16, 2023
State firms adopt new reporting standards
ZFRM will compel state firms to treat borrowing costs as expenses, rather than as capital.
By Tatira Zwinoira Apr. 28, 2023
Cartels run riot, salt away US$1,5m...Treasury launches fresh probe into looting of state coffers
A new phrase — Air Supply — has since been coined to describe how Treasury has been overstretched by paying for non-existent goods.
By Tinashe Makichi and Freeman Makopa Apr. 28, 2023
Candid Comment: Investigations not enough, punish offenders
Real action can only be felt if those on the wrong side of the law are arrested and punished.
By Tinashe Makichi Apr. 28, 2023
Govt, Zinwa bicker over Kunzvi Dam relocations
Insiders in government said this week the Kunzvi Dam project was marred by confusion over who between government and Zinwa was the “compensating authority”.
By Tinashe Kairiza Mar. 17, 2023
Small-scale miners focus on US$10m fund
ZMF chief executive officer Wellington Takavarasha told NewsDay Business that the funds will boost the operations of the sector.
By Freeman Makopa Mar. 17, 2023
GOLD MAFIA: Absa suspends two staff members in Gold Leaf Tobacco probe
Anger grows over ‘Patriot Bill’