Ipec drafts regulatory framework for agric insurance index implementation

Ipec first announced the project in May 2023, saying it was a partnership with the International Finance Corporation (IFC).
By Belinda Chiroodza Jul. 16, 2024

EditorialComment: Govt not serious about fighting graft

Since the era of Robert Mugabe’s regime, the OAG has religiously released reports showing leakages in government departments that often point to criminal intent.
By The Standard Jul. 14, 2024

How the international financial system exports extinction to DRC

In 2008, for example, the DRC gave two Chinese companies exclusive rights until 2030 to mine and export 10 million megatons of copper and 600,000 megatons of cobalt.
By Tova Gasterjuly Jul. 12, 2024

Partner govt, Treasury boss urges banks

CABS has a strong reputation as a mortgage lender and has helped thousands of local families become homeowners.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Jul. 8, 2024

Harare inquiry raises red flag on City Parking

The public hearings are scrutinising Harare’s financial management systems and compliance with the Public Finance Management Act and other legislation.
By Julia Ndlela Jun. 28, 2024

Kenya's president withdraws tax plan after deadly protest

"I concede," he said, adding that he will not sign the bill into law.
By Bbc News Jun. 26, 2024

Search and seizure for HCC officials…as commission gets more teeth to probe Harare

The two reportedly guard their jobs jealously, with Marara appointing himself executive assistant to the town clerk, a non-existent position in the city’s structures.
By Kenneth Nyangani Jun. 24, 2024

ESG analysis of govt-issued bonds

The ESG analysts endeavor to determine the GoZ’s ability and willingness to pay the periodic interest and the bond value at maturity.
By Percy Jinga Jun. 21, 2024

Rising Chinese lending to Pakistan presents an acute debt trap

Pakistan’s total domestic and external debt stock rose by 8.6 percent during the first 10 months of this fiscal year (FY24)
By South Asia Press Jun. 17, 2024