Opinion: Recurring, imminent risks for Zim economy
The country has been struggling with power cuts from as far as back as 2003 with acute shortages in 2006, 2009, 2011, 2013, 2019, 2022.
By Victor Bhoroma Mar. 10, 2023
Exchange rates fail to hold
THE direction of the Zimbabwean and United States dollars pair remained the same, southwards.
By Respect Gwenzi Mar. 3, 2023
The plague of informalisation
Clothing retailers have also had to deal with an influx of second-hand clothes in the market (mabhero), which has led to pricing pressures.
By Batanai Matsika Mar. 3, 2023
Economy desperately needs a market exchange rate
IN its maiden monetary policy for 2023, the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) increased the retention threshold for all exporters from 60%.
By Victor Bhoroma Mar. 3, 2023
Demystifying RBZ’s 2023 Monetary Policy Statement
These risks, for instance, include the pending Private Voluntary Organisation (PVO) Bill, which is awaiting presidential assent after sailing through both chambers of the National Assembly.
By Zvikomborero Sibanda Feb. 24, 2023
IMF package boosts horticultural output
Launching the facility last year, Finance and Economic Development minister Mthuli Ncube said it would close funding gaps and help farmers improve production.
By Freeman Makopa Feb. 23, 2023
Govt defends Mbudzi interchange loan deal
Fossil Mines is a sister company to Fossil Contracting — one of the firms involved in the project.
By Kenneth Nyangani Feb. 16, 2023
Opinion: Dollarised economy, monetary policy
With annual inflation racing from 61% realised in January 2022 to end the year at 244%, the local economy is far from being stable.
By Victor Bhoroma Feb. 10, 2023
China's debt moratorium offer to Sri Lanka not sufficient for IMF to approve funding program: Report
Meanwhile, India has extended the financing assurances to the International Monetary Fund to clear the way for Sri Lanka to move forward.
By World News Feb. 5, 2023
Zanu PF setting a very bad precedent