US$3,5bn white farmers deal perched on legal hole

George Guvamatanga, permanent secretary at the Ministry of Finance, did not respond to the Independent’s questions.
By Freeman Makopa Jan. 5, 2024

Govt pleads with banks to lower charges

Treasury and the central bank have been advocating  lower banking fees to attract the estimated US$2,5 billion circulating outside formal channels.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Dec. 12, 2023

Govt awards chiefs hefty bonuses

Chiefs, headmen, village heads and their messengers will be awarded the bonuses both in United States dollars and in local currency.
By Miriam Mangwaya Nov. 12, 2023

The OK debate: Agric will suffer

While Shoprite and Pick n Pay in South Africa can leverage their sales on products like furniture and hardware, Zimbabwean supermarkets rely on agricultural products.
By Kudakwashe Gwabanayi Oct. 20, 2023

Govt seeks US$5m from domestic market

The issuance of the Treasury Bill comes as government’s public debt is estimated to be more than US$20 billion to date.
By Business Reporter Oct. 11, 2023

Letter to my people: Douglas Mwonzora strategy at play

Formal retailers in South Africa do not operate with a currency that continually loses value.
By Doctor Stop It Oct. 8, 2023

Formal traders have a genuine cry

Guvamatanga said at the Zimbabwe Economic Development Conference held in Victoria Falls that: “I would fire you because you will be useless management.
By Gift Mugano Oct. 6, 2023

‘Mnangagwa violates laws on many fronts’

SI 156 of 2023 renamed the Sovereign Wealth Fund of Zimbabwe to MIF and placed 20 state-owned enterprises (SOEs) under its management.
By Belinda Chiroodza Oct. 6, 2023

Govt to privatise 20 enterprises under Mutapa

Finance and Investment Promotion permanent secretary George Guvamatanga said the ultimate beneficiary of this fund remained government.
By Melody Chikono and Blessed Mhlanga Oct. 3, 2023