Risks associated with the Zim financial sector at the moment

There is also the problem of a compromised new currency, which has been made vulnerable through introducing it too fast, beyond what market participants can comprehend.
By Kevin Tutani Apr. 12, 2024

Living a lie.

This points to the challenges the soon-to-be unveiled structured currency will face and monetary authorities will find themselves at the deep end.
By Newsday Apr. 3, 2024

Food insecurity fears mount

The Zimdollar is currently trading at US$11:ZWL$21 000 in supermarkets and 1:32 000 on the parallel market.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Apr. 1, 2024

Should the govt retain ownership in AirZim?

In aviation, a flag carrier, is an airline company, which enjoys direct government support and privileges, whilst it also represents its home country, internationally.
By Kevin Tutani Mar. 28, 2024

Mawungira eNharira devoted to showcasing authentic mbira

The group has also been to China and Sweden under cultural exchange programmes.
By Sharon Zebra Mar. 26, 2024

‘Zim wants to bolster relations with Russia despite US pressure’

Krasilnikov noted that Russia, along with China, is perceived in Zimbabwe as a strategic partner and that Zimbabweans value relations with Russia and its people.
By Sputnik Mar. 25, 2024

Globe-trotting pays dividends for Craft Properties boss

Women's overall participation in the labour market remains much lower than that of men, according to the International Labour Organisation.
By Staff Reporter Mar. 24, 2024

Chrome producers should stop subsidising the world economy

This would translate into greater GDP growth, foreign currency earnings and higher employment levels within the country.
By Kevin Tutani Mar. 22, 2024

Zim economic output to remain ‘resilient’

Gold output increased by 25% in January this year, compared to January last year. The output, however, decreased by 22% in February.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Mar. 22, 2024