Walking the sustainability talk

The sustainability reporting framework came into effect on January 1  2024 and is ushering in a new paradigm for sustainability reporting in Zimbabwe.
By Cynthia Tapera 2h ago

Editor’s Memo: The most priviledged rogue bankers

Some victims of the banking sector upheavals suffered painful deaths. They could not afford lifesaving drugs, or decent meals.
By Shame Makoshori 4h ago

Investors brace for turbulence as ZSE shifts to new currency… Inter Horizon Securities sees early valuation headaches, distortions

After the ZSE’s All Share Index (ALSI) was rebased to 100 points during a drama-filled Monday to mark the first day of trade in ZiG, it gained 0,23% on Tuesday to close at 100,23 points.
By Shame Makoshori 4h ago

RTG rekindles African ambition

The Swiss giant presides over a string of exclusive hospitality assets worldwide, leveraging on its  €200 million asset base.
By Shame Makoshori 5h ago

ZSE rebases bourse to reflect ZiG

ZSE said all the ZSE indices would be re-based to 100 basis points.
By Business Reporter Apr. 9, 2024

Tigere to double by end of 2025

Tigere REIT has since kept its unit holders captivated, and this ambitious growth agenda is the latest offering.
By Rufaro Hozheri Apr. 5, 2024

Terrace Africa portfolio to breach US$50m mark

Plans on implanting smart technology on its properties and to improve environmental, social and governance (ESG) standards in the long run, are in the pipeline.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga and Belinda Chiroodza Apr. 5, 2024

Over to you Mr Governor!

Mushayavanhu, a veteran banker with over 30 years’ experience, assumes governorship at a time the banking sector is facing a plethora of challenges, chief among them a confidence deficit.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Apr. 5, 2024

Fixed income instruments issuance declines

Although the ZSE trading system is capable of trading debt instruments, listing of  government bonds had also been derailed due so some policy issues that needed redress.
By Melody Chikono
 Apr. 5, 2024