Talking Point: Govt must grant financial inclusion, informality and sustainable development

An increase in financial inclusion can reduce informality through direct and indirect channels.
By Amh Voices Feb. 10, 2024

Financial inclusion, informality and sustainable development

More informality can also reduce financial inclusion because part of the financial resources will be used to check whether entrepreneurs are involved in informal activities.
By Samuel Wadzai Dec. 24, 2023

Banks sign up 1,2m accounts

In its 2022 report, FinScope said apart from the significant uptake of bank accounts, financial inclusion in the country had generally improved.
By Freeman Makopa Dec. 28, 2022

The nexus between financial inclusion, bank profitability

The data also reveal that roughly 69% of adults now have an account, up from 62% in 2014 increasing from 51% in 2011.
By Chiedza Chonzi Dec. 16, 2022

Tough times for Zim insurance firms, but opportunities abound

Such has been the loss of confidence in the sector that it has struggled to grow and penetration rates are at an all-time low.
By Melody Chikono Nov. 28, 2022

‘Zim making progress in formalising economy’

Ncube said Zimbabwe was working on achieving affordable and accessible financial services for all.
By Vanessa Gonye Nov. 1, 2022

RBZ calls for banks support on marginalised sectors

Mushosho added that ramping up financial inclusion will cast the net wider for the banking sector.
By Melody Chikono Oct. 21, 2022

Nedbank throws weight behind financial literacy

Two weeks ago, the RBZ said the number of financially included Zimbabweans reached 83% this year, but still below a 90% target that it had set.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Sep. 9, 2022