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

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

Govt, civil servants head for showdown

It warned that the government’s “procrastination of improved salaries beyond March 2024 will be a silent declaration of conflict of rights and interests likely to escalate to a dispute.”
By Problem Masau Mar. 14, 2024

Zim faces legal salvos from foreign investors

The ruling has become a smoking gun for other foreign-owned companies prejudiced by Harare’s often violent and chaotic land reform programme.
By Tinashe Kairiza Mar. 8, 2024

Zim’s next billionaire

For the avoidance of doubt, the currency used in this article is the United States Dollars only, with all necessary conversions made.
By Rufaro Hozheri Mar. 8, 2024

CFI Holdings seeks strategic ideas to procure raw materials

CFI said the continued depreciation of the Zimdollar against the United States dollar was worsening the situation.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Feb. 26, 2024

Introduction of special capital gains tax

The special capital gains tax is a very strange and worrisome tax particularly in that contrary to all the principles relating to capital gains tax, the tax is not levied on any gain.
By Sternford Moyo Feb. 16, 2024

China using narcotics as a tool to silence opposition

in a bid to move forward with counternarcotics cooperation with China
By Newsday Jan. 16, 2024